Aaron Carter's Biography- From
The tale of this talented pop singer, dancer and letís not forget actor, has only just begun. At the matured age of fourteen, Aaron Carter still has all the innocence and excitement of a boy following a dream. He began chasing this star, unknowingly perhaps, when he began singing and dancing at the age of eight. It was not long before his sweet charm and energy won crowds over in Europe and further throughout United States.
These days, this fresh young artist is known the world over and has accumulated more fans than he can count just by doing what comes naturally. The truth be known, music always surrounded Aaron and you could say it was in his blood. His older brother, Nick, of the Backstreet Boys and older sister Leslie prove that musical talent runs in the family. The siblings (there are seven in total) were constantly listening to and singing along with heaping doses of pop and rock.This young pop phenomenon credits Journeyís Steve Perry as one of his greatest influences (though he was born after the bandís heyday). He enjoys music probably more than anything, and feels privileged to be able to perform and share his music with millions of people.
"Touring is one of the best parts of it," Aaron says adding that, "it is so much fun to be out there on stage. The energy that the crowd gives back to you is unbelievable." This youngster tirelessly continues to make his fans happy by bringing them a non-stop lively show and a new record (his fourth to date), which is also full of sparkling energy.
Aaron invites you to take a shaky but fantastic voyage on his latest album, Another Earthquake. This time out Aaron and friends bring you a diverse mix of songs, recorded in New York and at his home in Florida. Spirits are high on this journey and the groove is bound to catch.
Another Earthquake begins full throttle with the title track, making a supersonic impact like the title promises. It is followed by a sweet and sunny tune that sings "To All The Girls." The Baja Men lend an island feel to the albumís beach party anthem, "Summertime." The song is a definite pick-me-up like the season it so cheerfully sings about.
Aaronís newest obsession is sports cars so itís no surprise he would be longing to get behind the wheel. The fast-paced "In My Ride" has Aaron taking over the road singing "you canít hold me, control meÖwhen Iím ridiní, ridiní, ridiní."Though he is a year away from getting his driving permit, he has already conjured some Ďon the roadí scenarios. "The song is about that desire to drive," Aaron says, "it doesnít have to be anything fancy. Itís not about showing off. Itís just about that excitement that comes from driving."
"2 Good 2 B True" with its ska/punk rhythm shakes and jumps all over. It is bound the keep the body moviní to a cheerfully rockiní beat.The U.S. of A gets a big shout out from Aaron on "America A O." This is his way of trying to lift his countryís spirit while getting everyone out of their seats to sing and dance along with him. Another Earthquake goes out on a gentle note with the lovely ballad, "Keep Believing." Aaronís sweet and sensitive vocals sing the positive words Ė "donít stop dreaminí girl, Iíll be right here to lean on." "Music is something that always lifts my spirits and makes me happy, and when I make music I always hope it will have the same effect on whoever listens to it."