Aaron Carter Schedule
As the youngest male solo performer to earn four Top 40 singles, pop icon Aaron Carter embarked
on a career in show business at just seven years old. Over the next five years, Carter established a name for himself through
hard work and dedication. He was a charismatic, highly energetic entertainer that shined through on stage and on his albums.
energetic pop music goes well with his charismatic persona on stage, making him a go-to artist on the touring circuit.
date, Carter has cut several albums, and still makes his rounds around the country. To find out where Aaron Carter is headed
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Aaron Carter Background
Hailing from Tampa, Florida, Aaron Carter is a pop star
that first got started in the business when he was seven years old. A natural talent, Carter served as the front man of a
local group, Dead End. He exited the band after two years to pursue his interest in pop music.
In 1997, Carter made
his debut solo appearance, opening for the Backstreet Boys in Berlin, covering Crush on You by The Jets. The performance paved
the way for a record deal, and in the fall of 1997, Carter's debut single, Crush on You arrived. He released his first full-length
album before the close of 1997, which garnered gold certification in Denmark, Spain, Canada, Germany and Norway.
Party (Come Get It) came next and arrived in the U.S. in 2000. More than 1.5 million copies were sold from this album that
included hits like, Aaron's Party (Come Get It), I Want Candy, That's How I Beat Shaq and Bounce.
He continued to brand
himself with multiple appearances on Nickelodeon. He additionally served as the opening act for superstars like the Backstreet
Boys and Britney Spears.
In March 2001, Carter tried his hand at acting, and he guest starred on an episode of Lizzie
McGuire on the Disney Channel. A month later, he hit Broadway, taking the role of JoJo the Who in Seussical the Musical.
album, Oh Aaron, came out when Carter was just 13. The album included his debut duet with brother, Nick. The album went platinum
and the Oh Aaron: Live in Concert DVD followed, highlighting a live performance at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Carter's album, Another Earthquake in 2002. Patriotic-themed America A.O. and Do You Remember were featured on the album.
Another Earthquake also went platinum.
Carter released a string of albums over the years that followed and continued
to tour. He also put some music out online, including the single Dance with Me. Dance with Me featured Flo Rida.
2011, Carter stepped onto the stage in a different capacity. He took the role of Matt in the off-Broadway production of The
Fantasticks, the planet's longest running musical.
At the beginning of 2012, Carter participated in the Food Network
reality series Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off. Unfortunately, he was eliminated in the first episode. For the remainder
of 2012, Carter performed at various concerts, including at Showcase Live in Foxborough, Massachusetts, and the Mohegan Sun
Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. He additionally played the Mixtape Festival, and launched his first tour in almost 10 years,
the After Party Tour.
Today, Aaron Carter is back in the spotlight. Make sure you catch him on the road by checking
right here on StubHub for upcoming concert dates. Don't miss out, and grab your tickets today!
Aaron Carter Trivia
Carter followed in his big brother Nick's footsteps and began his music career at a young age, releasing his eponymous debut
album in 1998. He quickly became a teenage heartthrob among the generation's young girls, and he released several albums and
toured with artists like Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys in the '90s. Talent runs in the Carter family genes, and Aaron
Carter is an absolute must-see artist when he makes his way out on tour.
Aaron Carter Hit Albums
Carter's albums include: Aaron Carter (1997); Aaron's Party (Come Get It) (2000); Oh Aaron (2001); and Another Earthquake
Aaron Carter Concert Experience
If you were any fan of the Backstreet Boys during their musical
heyday in the 1990s, you've undoubtedly sung along to the music of the blonde heartthrob Nick Carter. His brother Aaron made
an identity separate from the boy band, and he remains a popular vocalist still today.
Check out concert ticketsto see
Aaron Carter rock the stage with his infectious hits and come relive the very best of the '90s when this musical sensation
brings all his hits to the big stage. Tickets are on sale now but won't be for long, so get 'em while they're hot and come
sing along to Carter's big hits.