Welcome Home is the debut solo album by Backstreet Boys member Brian Littrell. The album was released on May 2, 2006 on Sony BMG and Christian music label Reunion Records. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 74, and at number 3 on the Christian Albums chart. Four singles have been released from the album: "Welcome Home (You)", which charted at number one on the Christian Songs chart, and won Best Video of the Year of Dove Award. The album has sold over 100,000 copies in . as of April 2007.
Peachtree Road is the twenty-seventh studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 2004. It was named after Peachtree Road, the northern part of Peachtree Street in Atlanta, where one of John's four homes is located.
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GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD gave Elton John his second number one album in both the American and British charts and provided him with four top ten singles. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.
Littrell was born with a congenital heart problem, a condition which made him incredibly susceptible to infections. The heart murmur wasn't diagnosed until he was just 6 weeks old. When he was just 5 years old, he had to be taken to the hospital where he stayed for two months, due to a bacterial infection from two weeks earlier. It was the first single from his first s album Welcome Home, and it was written by Littrell and Dan Muckala. Littrell wrote his part in Vienna, Austria when he was touring with the Backstreet Boys. This song was also featured in the compilation album WOW Hits 2007.
Singer Baylee Littrell will be joining his father Brian Littrell and the rest of the Backstreet Boys on the North American leg of their DNA World Tour this summer. The young artiste says it's always been his dream to go on a tour. S 62916 reads Mumbai Updated: April 3, 2019 07:54 pm. Baylee Littrell: It's always been my dream to go on a tour. 0. Since I was six years old, my dream has always been to go on tour," Littrell, 16, told people.