Love them or hate them, it is hard to deny the role Backstreet Boys played in American culture. Formed as an American pop group in Orlando Florida, the Backstreet Boys are made up of Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, and A.J. McLean. Together, they helped to shape a generation, being one of the most popular boy bands of the late 90’s and early 2000’s. While issues with addiction and management slowed down the progress of the group, they have had great success in the past few years redefining their image and becoming known again in contemporary culture. The World Like This is their most recent album, released in 2013.
What Is The Backstreet Boy’s Net Worth?
Figuring out the net worth of the Backstreet Boys raises a few interesting questions. Do we count each individual musician separately; do we only tally up the work of the group as a whole? For the sake of figuring out their combined net worth, let’s just look at the net worth of the group as a whole from money they made in the band. When we consider that, the Backstreet Boy’s net worth comes out to around $200 million dollars.
Where Does The Money Come From?
All of this money comes from the albums released by the group as well as the live performances. While the albums help to bring in a steady flow of cash over time, the live performances are responsible for increasing the net worth dramatically. Every touring cycle can raise upwards of 40 to 50 million dollars, providing additional funds to this group. In addition, having been established for so long, Backstreet Boys have a recognizable name and brand that can still be expanded into the future. As a result, their future net worth is expected to rise.
Potential Future Income
Established for about 2 decades as a recognizable name to most people, the Backstreet Boys helped to define a generation, forming many first crushes, repeats, and memories. Having built up a sizable net worth over time, the Backstreet Boys have come back into center stage over the last 5 years, increasing their popularity again and raising even more money. Barring any issues with addiction or more terrible managers, the Backstreet Boys will continue to make money, freed from their original obstacles, and clear sited in their goal to not only increase their combined net worth, but provide the music and experiences we as listeners cherish.