Watch: Backstreet Boys' Howie reaches out to Israel after nixed visit

Member of the famed boy band apologizes to fans over cancelled shows, says BSB looking to reschedule concerts in spring 2015.

Backstreet Boys' Howie reaches out to Israel
After the Backstreet Boys postponed their much-anticipated first visit to Israel, one of the former pop band's members, Howie Dorough, personally reached out to Israeli fans in a video posted Sunday.
The entertainer apologized for the cancellation of three sold-out performances in Ra'anana set for the nights of July 29-31, which were set to be rescheduled from their original dates in light of the security situation during the Gaza conflict.
"I wanted to reach out to you personally to tell you we're so sorry we didn't make the dates in July. We were really excited about coming there for the first time," Dorough said.
"Don't worry, we're looking to reschedule the dates. We're tentatively looking to come out there, hopefully, sometime in spring of 2015," he reassured fans.
He added that the former boy band would inform the public once the details of new concert dates were finalized. 
"In the meantime, thank you for keeping the Backstreet pride alive," he said.