Don’t be surprised if you see a second-generation Backstreet Boy at the supergroup’s upcoming concert.

At a recent concert in Raleigh, N.C., the 7-year old son of a member introduced his dad’s band, according to the News & Observer.

“It’s a great time for us,” member Howie Dorough said. “Each of us is [also] working on individual solo projects and still really enjoying working with the group. I have a new chapter in my life with my family and helping others.”

When the Backstreet Boys formed in Orlando during 1993, it quickly gained fans and hits starting with its self-titled 1996 debut. As fans know, the band has sold more than 130 million albums, making it one of the most successful groups in history, according to Billboard. [Read More]