Pop star Aaron Carter to perform at the M-Shop

Aaron Carter performed two sold out shows at the M-Shop on Oct. 4, 2013. Carter began his career early in his childhood, and has been making a comeback performing old and new music. 

Thomas Shreve

Pop musician Aaron Carter will be performing at the Maintenance Shop, Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. The show will be opened by indie band Nikki’s Wives.

Tickets are open to the public at $20. Additionally, VIP meet and greet tickets are also available for $70.

Aaron Carter is primarily known for his pre-teen fame, where he released such hits as “I Want Candy”, “That’s How I Beat Shaq” and “Aaron’s Party (Come and Get It)”.

More recently, Carter has released two singles from his upcoming album, LØVË, including “Fool’s Gold”.

Carter got his start at age seven performing with his brother, Nick Carter, and Nick’s band, The Backstreet Boys. He quickly rose to fame with his debut, self-titled album, along with television and movie appearances.

From 1997-2002 he released four original albums before disappearing from the limelight for a few years.

In 2009 he reemerged as a contestant on Dancing With The Stars. He then released the single “Dance With Me,” featuring Flo Rida, in hopes of reenergizing his music career.

In 2013 Carter began the “After Party Tour” which was to feature new music. Soon after, he announced his new album, LØVË, which is to be released next month.