On an afternoon this past February, Aaron Carter bounced around a Guitar Center in Asbury Park, N. with an energy somewhere between performative and manic.
He was interested in everything—synthesizers, microphones, keyboards, bags to transport merchandise—and, trailed by his tour manager, Doug, who was filming him for a Periscope livestream, he moved through the store as if he were attempting to beat the world record for Fastest Time to Point at All the Items in a Guitar Center and Comment About How You Might Want Them.
It was a time when pop ruled, and Aaron was one of its princes.
His first full-length album, , was released under the management of his parents at the some-might-say-too-young age of nine.
Besides, lovely Aaron also likes spending his time playing with his 9 dogs, 4 cats, 2 turtles and 2 birds.
Two years later, around the year of 1996, Aaron left the Dead End band when at the end he found out that his music interest in pop was far different from his other friends who interested in alternative music instead.
Aaron's musical career was actually begun when he became the lead singer of the Dead End Band at his 7 years age.
At the height of his success, Aaron had a triple-platinum album featuring three enormous hits: “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It),” the album’s title track and first single, “I Want Candy,” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq.” It was the year 2000 and the then 13-year-old toured as the opening act for two of pop’s biggest stars, Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys, before embarking on his own tour in the summer of 2001.Upgrade any one of the browsers below and it will make your internet life better - not just on Ranker, but everywhere!Aaron Carter is moving forward in a positive direction after a dramatic few weeks.The young and handsome American pop singer Aaron Charles Carter was born on December 7, 1987 at Tampa General Children's Hospital in Tampa, Florida.He used to live there with his father, Bob Carter and his lovely mom, Jane Carter.