Are boy bands a thing of the past?
Has the once glorious realm of the all innocent, talented boy band long past?
I certainly hope so! haha. Actually they could always make a come back in another form or style.
I wouldn't say 'boy bands' are a thing of the past. Although, if you're trying to say music is dead and old boy bands aren't the same as the new ones, I guess we can agree that there aren't any.
No, they always come by for each era of music. A few years ago there were the Jonas Brothers and there are still young groups like Mindless Behavior looking to take over so we'll see what happens.
Regretfully, I would bet no they will always return every generation gets to have their boy bands. I dont see why this would ever stop in at least the near term future.
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by words cocktail 8 years ago
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