Most '90s kids probably have fond memories of rocking out to the Backstreet Boys when they were younger — and maybe more recently. Their hits are classics that never go out of style, just like the obsession with the band’s members. And while the band finds its roots in Orlando, it has a current connection as well. Howie Dorough and his family actually call Brevard County home!\nIt’s just one more thing to boast about if you live in Florida —not only do we have awesome theme parks and beautiful beaches, but we have our very own Backstreet Boy.\nIn a recent video where the members reunited for an iHeart Living Room Concert for America, our favorite boys showed fans how to practice social distancing by singing in harmony from their homes across America. Howie was sited in Orlando, although he currently lives in Brevard County, which is technically considered Titusville.\nThe Backstreet Boys originated from Orlando too, so it feels fitting that it would come full circle with Howie calling the Sunshine State home.\nLeigh Dorough, Howie’s wife, told Space Coast Living that they moved there from California a few years ago to raise their sons in an environment that provided more anonymity than the crowded streets of L.A.\nThis is what dreams are made of, @backstreetboys. Watch the entire #iHeartConcertOnFOX here: https://t.co/rmszDqytnV pic.twitter.com/wmZAz2LP45— FOX (@FOXTV) March 30, 2020\nAccording to an interview with iHeart Radio, Howie grew up in the Orlando area and used to travel to Brevard when he was young.\nView this post on Instagram Thanks to everyone for all the amazing birthday wishes. Best gift was the gift of being home to celebrate with my family. #bestbirthdayever #noplacelikehome #dayoff #dnaworldtour 🙏❤ A post shared by Howie D (@howie_dorough) on Aug 23, 2019 at 8:06am PDT\nHowie even crashed a Brevard County wedding in 2015, much to the shock and joy of the couple.\nView this post on Instagram Heading off to Omaha this week for “Back In The Day” rehearsals but had to soak up that Florida sun with the boys first! ☀️ A post shared by Howie D (@howie_dorough) on Jan 21, 2020 at 2:42pm PST\nWhile Orlando has theme parks and Miami has beaches, you can now be even more proud of your Brevard County residency by claiming to share the home of a Backstreet Boy.