Backstreet boys

Time Warp, 1998: The Backstreet Boys concert attracts an international crowd at Montage | Lifestyles

August 28, 1998: Thousands of fans from around the world flocked to Montage Mountain on a Friday night to hear the harmonies of AJ, Brian, Kevin, Howie and Nick, better known as the Backstreet Boys.

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Library director Brian Fulton oversees the Times-Tribune’s extensive digital and print archives and is an authority on local history. Contact Brian at [email protected] or 570-348-9140.