Aaron Carter has packed more into his 26 years than most people do in a lifetime. The Tampa Florida native first started performing at age 7 when he was the lead singer of local band “Dead End”. He moved on to solo performances at age 10 when the band wanted to play alternative music, and he wanted to do pop. Opening for elder brother Nick’s band, “The Backstreet Boys” in 1997 led to a record contract, and his first single, “Crush On You”. His subsequent self-titled studio album went gold in Norway, Spain, Denmark, Canada and Germany.