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- Introduction - Brian Littrell is well known as being one of the Backstreet Boys, one of the biggest selling boy bands of the 1990s. Anyone who has been a fan of his or has read many interviews with him from the start, will be aware that his faith is pretty important to him and plays a big part in his life. When asked what he might have been, had he not become a member of the group, he has often said that he would have gone on to become a youth minister or something similar and he has also stated from early on that if he were to do a solo project, it would likely involve his faith and that he would like to make an accessible records that would ... Read the complete review
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