Nov 22,2013

Aaron Carter Daily – Gallery Update

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Over 150 HQ photos of Aaron Carter from 2013 have been added to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy! Please, credit if you take the photos. More photos are coming in a few days.

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Aaron Carter Performs At Magic City Casino
Aaron Carter In Concert – New York, NY
Aaron Carter Guides Fans On CitySights NY Tour Of New York

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Nov 22,2013

Some news on Aaron Carter Daily!

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Hello there! It has been awhile since I am trying to make something good with this site but I hadn’t enough time to do that. I need to make a big gallery update because I got over 5000 photos of Aaron Carter to upload here but I need to work on this. Now, the gallery is open to the public so, you don’t need to register to enjoy the photos.  Also, I need to add some new stuff and make some changes here. I would like to change the layouts (main site and gallery) but I am still trying to get the money because I spent a lot buying photos so, if you want to donate some money, this would be really appreciated.

It is being so difficult to me to get the most recent pics of Aaron so, if you want to help, please, let me know or send me the pics. Anyway, I am uploading some photos right now so, come back in a few minutes to take a look.

And, if you want to make some suggestions or whatever, please, write me.

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Nov 21,2013

Q&A: Aaron Carter talks with the Emerald, still wants candy

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The Emerald had a chance to chat with Aaron Carter on the phone prior to his performance in Eugene this Thursday, to talk about his new tour.

Carter released three albums before even hitting puberty, including “Aaron’s Party,” which went platinum and features “I Want Candy” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq.” He hasn’t released an album since 2002, but recently released a single titled, “Where Do We Begin.” Carter will be hitting Eugene this Thursday (talk about #TBT) on his 75-city North American tour.

Would you start by telling me about the inspiration behind your new single and why you decided to go on tour?

The tour is just my way to getting back to my fans I haven’t seen in a long time. I haven’t toured for a while and I had some family stuff that was going on, it took me a lot of time to get over it. And the fans were just hitting me up on Twitter and all my social media sites just wanting me to get back on the tour and come see them so I was just like “I want to this do this too.” So since I turned 18 I’ve been taking all the steps that are necessary to get me back out on tour. And getting people to believe in who I am and my music and what I stand for all over again.

How does that feel to have been gone for so long and all have all those crazy fans still adoring you?

It feels awesome. I mean I must have made some kind of an impact on their lives. You know, 10 years can go by and they can come see me again, you know. That’s just what’s amazing about everything to me, it’s just a dream come true all over again. Read full article.

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Sep 23,2013

Aaron Carter wants more

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With so many comebacks, it shouldn’t be a surprise as to who will be resurfacing into the spotlight next. From Betty White to Wayfarer sunglasses, the past few years have been comprised of a great amount of nostalgia. 


However, when news broke that the dreamy teen popstar who sang our childhood favorite songs  “I Want Candy” and “Aaron’s Party” was now a 25 year-year old adult looking for a chance to rejoin the musical industry, it came as a fantastically unexpected surprise to many. 


That’s right; Aaron Carter is back and ready to make a huge comeback after nearly eight years by kicking off a 150-show tour appropriately dubbed the “After Party Tour,” which includes a stop at Higher Ground Sept. 19. 


Performing with the same band he has been headlining with for four of his previous tours at the beginning of the century, Aaron Carter is reviving the childhoods of his once preteen fans with all of the songs they grew up with.


To make Carter’s comeback even better, he also plans to have a new album out to showcase his maturity. 


The Cynic caught up with Carter to discuss his foray back into the musical spotlight, his desire to collaborate with Justin Bieber and to see if he still does indeed want Candy. 


Vermont Cynic (VC): What made you come back into the musical spotlight? Read full article.

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Sep 16,2013

Aaron Carter brings his comeback party to Amherst

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A lot has changed for Aaron Carter since beginning his performance career as a pop music-focused 7-year-old in 1994. He found platinum success with a trio of Disney-approved albums. He became a reality television star (“House of Carters”), dancing star (“Dancing With The Stars”) and Broadway star (“The Fantasticks”). And, in between, he became old enough to legally drive a car.

But, after his Friday night tour stop at The Forum inside Amherst’s Maple Entertainment Complex, one thing remains unchanged amid these deviations: Carter is still the same caliber showman who approached the millennium as a frosted-tipped tween sensation.

If a career-rejuvenation at the age of 25 can actually be referred to as a comeback, then the Tampa, Fla., native’s 2013 “After Party Tour” could be billed as just that. Carter hasn’t recorded a studio album since 2002’s “Another Earthquake.” He hasn’t toured since 2005 and, intermixed with his diversified entertainment detours, he’s countered drug-related appearances in gossip magazines with rehab, recovery and scattered performances. Now on the back end of an over-150-show tour that started in February, the pop star behind 2000’s Pixy Stick-infused “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” can still summon the same charisma and command that once controlled his Nickelodeon legions. Read full article.

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