Aaron Carter & Dream Street In San Jose

WireImage.com has photos of Aaron Carter performing in concert with opening act Dream Street in San Jose, California on Friday. The teen pop star is on tour in support of his third studio album ‘Oh Aaron’, released last year on Jive Records.

Check out Aaron and his many stage costumes here.

Aaron Carter Set Not Without Mistakes

February 20, 2002 – Steve Knopper of the Rocky Mountain News was at Aaron Carter’s concert Tuesday night at Dever’s Pepsi Center. Aaron’s voice was cracking badly on high notes to the point he had backup singers take over for him while he rubbed his throat. Aaron also managed to fall off the stage late in the show causing shock in the audience, but “he immediately let out a goofy chuckle and gamely finished the ballad ‘I’m All About You’.”

Aaron Carter Loves Linkin Park & Journey

February 18, 2002 – Mark Brown of the Rocky Mountain News spoke with Aaron Carter about his musical influences where the 14 year old revealed, “Journey was actually a big influence. Do you know who Journey is? They’ve always been a big influence in my life. They help me reach the high standards I have to be at.” As for current acts, Carter said, “I love rock music. I’ve always loved rock. I love Linkin Park.”

Aaron & Nick Carter To Collaborate On Album

February 11, 2002 – Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith of Teenmusic.com spoke with Aaron Carter who revealed he and his Backstreet Boys star brother Nick will collaborate on an upcoming album. Aaron said of that and his brother’s contribution on his per-view special ‘Aaron Carter’s Valentine Party’, “We should be recording together soon. It was great. My brother and I sang together on the previous tour but we’d never done an actual special.” The full interview at teenmusic.com has since been removed.

CBS 48 Hours To Follow Aaron Carter Fan

February 3, 2002 – No details on an air date but Aaron Carter’s official site reports 48 Hours is looking for one of Aaron’s biggest fans to follow as they attend his February 5th show in Lowell, Massachusetts. The site is soliciting fans that have tickets to the show to email them at at aaroncartercbs48@hotmail.com for consideration.

Aaron Carter Gripes About Nick’s Arrest

January 26, 2002 – Jacksonville.com spoke with Aaron Carter about the arrest of his brother Nick a few weeks ago. Aaron said, “That’s messed up. Just because he’s a celebrity they arrest him and make a big deal about it. It wasn’t a big deal. He didn’t do anything wrong, and it wasn’t his fault. And he just got a whole bunch of crap for nothing.” When quizzed if that was really it, he added, “That’s all it was. I’m not lying to you or nothing either.” Aaron also talked about how people have tried to sue him, his tour, and other famous Carters. The complete story at jacksonville.com has since been removed.

Aaron Carter Offers Advice About Brother’s Arrest

Michael Musto of the Village Voice spoke with Aaron Carter over the phone where he talked about the arrest of his older brother and Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. Aaron said, “Nick did what he did,” answered Aaron, unfazed. “He’s a grown-up. He can do whatever he wants. But if you’re gonna drink, don’t do it in front of anybody, because then it won’t get on the news!” When asked if Britney Spears may have ripped of his ‘Not Too Young, Not Too Old’ with her new ‘I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman’ track, Aaron said he’d thought about that before “because the chorus is kind of similar. She probably got the idea from me.”

Nick Advises Aaron How To Avoid Stage Fright

December 9, 2001 – Aaron Carter spoke with LiveDaily.com about his older brother and Backstreet Boys Nick’s advice on avoiding stage fright while performing. Aaron says, “He taught me — when I’m really scared of the audience and there’s a lot of people there — to just pick out two or three [people] and visually get everybody else out of your sight.” As for his sister Leslie, he said, “She’s 15 and going through that time where she’s beating up everybody.”

Aaron Carter Says Pop Stardom Not All It’s Cracked Up To Be

November 27, 2001 – Aaron Carter spoke with AP radio about life being a pop star where he admits, “Honestly, I thought it was just being recognized and having everybody in the whole world love you, but you know, you actually have a lot more enemies being a star than you do being a normal person, because some people get jealous, some people don’t think you’re fit for it, or some people just wanna be doing what you do.”

Jive Acts Dominate ‘Jimmy Neutron’ Soundtrack

November 1, 2001 – Jive records announced the soundtrack for “Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius” due November 20 which includes many of the label’s known heavyweights. The animated movie opens in theaters on December 21. Read on for a track listing.

Aaron Carter – “Leave It Up to Me”
‘NSYNC – “Pop (Deep Dish remix)”
Lil’ Romeo with 3LW and Nick Cannon -“Parents Just Don’t Understand”
Britney Spears – “Intimidated”
Melissa Lefton – “He Blinded Me With Science”
Aaron Carter – “A.C.’s Alien Nation”
No Secrets – “Kids in America”
Backstreet Boys – “The Answer to Our Life”
Stupid – “Dance Little Bird (The Chicken Dance)”
True Vibe – “I Can Count on You”
Go-Go’s – “We Got the Beat”
Aaron Carter – “Go Jimmy, Jimmy”
The Ramones – “Blitzkrieg Bop”
Bowling For Soup – “Jimmy Neutron Theme”

Walk In The Shoes Of Aaron Carter

Noggin.com will have an online chat with Aaron Carter on Monday, October 29 at 8:30 PM Eastern following the premiere episode of Noggin’s ‘A Walk In Your Shoes’ Monday, October 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET (5:30 p.m. PT). This episode of “A Walk in Your Shoes” features 13-year-old Nicolas Kolios, an aspiring young performer from Queens Village, New York who likes to sing, act and dance. Nicolas gets the chance to meet, hang out with and even go on tour with teenage music star Aaron Carter to see what it’s really like being a teen pop star. To check out the chat, go to noggin.com.

Aaron Carter Issues Statement on Terrorist Attacks

September 13, 2001 – Aaron Carter has a pop-up message on his official site making the following statement from Aaron, “Our prayers go out to the victims and all Americans and the world on this day of tragedy. May we all find love and peace in spite of this cowardly evil.”

Stage Father Forces Aaron to Sign Autographs Despite Nick’s Protest

The Star reports the Carter family and Aaron Carter’s road manager got into a nasty argument because Aaron’s father Bob and the manager wanted Aaron to stay up signing autographs for fans.

A spy told the Star, “The father and the manager were ganging up on the little guy, calling him names. It was 10:30 p.m. and Aaron wanted to go to bed. His dad especially wanted him to stay until the last fan was gone.”

Witnesses say Nick Carter then stepped into the fracas telling his father and the manager, “He’s just a little kid! Leave him alone!” When a fight nearly followed the argument, Aaron gave in and agreed to sign autographs until midnight.

Aaron Carter Milwaukee Performance Slammed

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Kevin John Bozelka ripped into Aaron Carter’s Wednesday night show for Nickelodeon’s TEENick Presents Aaron’s Party at the Marcus Amphitheater.

Aaron’s sister Leslie was scheduled to appear but did not perform, but brother Aaron’s performance was said to not “have enough material to make for a compelling hour-plus of live entertainment. So all sorts of dreary tricks were used to fill in the spaces.”

Bozelka says the show is filled with Silly Putty fights and video testimonials to Carter’s cuteness among other snoozing skits.

The critic admits it’s a pretty harsh review for a 13 year old performer, but says Carter wants to be taken seriously so it basically comes with the territory.

Bozelka felt opening act, the A*Teens were “infinitely superior.”