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Mar 16
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Every week Billboard does a takeover Tuesday where artists share their playlists. This week it’s Nick’s turn. He shares his playlist of songs he’ll blast while on the road. Nick even includes a few of his own songs.

Nick Carter – “19 in 99”: I can’t wait to hit the road on my All American Tour, and I’m most excited to perform this song for my fans. It has a great feeling of nostalgia that I can’t wait to bring to the stage.

Michael Jackson – “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”: Nothing better than the true king of pop. Hands down one of his best songs. Never gets old.

2Pac – “California Love”: How can you remember the 90’s without mentioning 2Pac? I had to give him a shout out in “19 in 99.”

Zayn Malik – “Pillowtalk”: The perfect transition from a boy band. Great song!

Nirvana – “Come As You Are”: One of my favorite songs from one of my favorite bands. Still packs a punch years later.

Nick and Knight – “One More Time”: I loved working on this record with Jordan. There will be a few Nick and Knight songs on the tour.

Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”: How awesome was that Super Bowl performance?!?!

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Mar 16
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Nick will be doing a acoustic performance with 103.7 KVIL at their DFW Acura Performance Showroom in Dallas, TX on March 4th. KVIL will be giving away tickets to the event and you will also get to meet Nick.

To enter visit KVIL’s website.

100.3 Jack FM is also giving away tickets to the event. Visit 100.3 Jack FM’s website to enter.

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Feb 16
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12 News in Phoenix, Arizona interviewed Nick earlier today before his show. Nick talks about the show and BSB.

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Feb 16
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Sharna Burgess who was Nick’s Dancing with the Stars dance partner last fall recently did a interview with Entertainment Tonight where she talked about attending Nick’s concert in Beverly Hills, CA a few days ago. Sharna was also asked about Nick’s arrest in January and showing her support.

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Feb 16
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WhoSay got the chance to be at Nick’s final All American Tour rehearsals this past Tuesday and interviewed him. Nick talked about the tour, DWTS and the appearance on Lip Sync Battle.

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Feb 16
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While in Sacramento, CA for a show on Wednesday Nick visited 107.9 The End’s Chris K and did a Cap City Karaoke. Check it out.

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Feb 16
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Popcrush attended Nick’s show last night in Beverly Hills, CA and shared some photos and videos from the concert. Including the setlist! AJ Mclean attended the show with his wife Rochelle and was on stage with Nick to perform The Call.

Visit Popcrush.com for the photos and videos.

Nick’s Dancing with the Stars dance partner Sharna Burgess also attended the show and shared a few clips on her instagram. View them here and here. It was great to see that she was able to attend a show of his.

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Feb 16
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Nick and AJ were on Lip Sync Battle tonight to help Gigi Hadid with her performance of Larger Than Life. If you want to stream it below you’ll have to skip to 2 mins as it also includes another performance at the beginning.

Download HD video here. It includes all of Nick and AJ’s appearance.

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Feb 16
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Singer. Actor. One of the People’s “50 Most Beautiful People in the World.” A member of Ellen’s Squad. Father-to-Be. Man, it’s good to be Nick Carter.

At the age of 12, Nick Carter became an international pop superstar as the youngest member of the iconic Backstreet Boys, blessing the world with hits – and the best karaoke jams — like “I Want It That Way,” “Everybody,” and “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart).” To this day, the Backstreet Boys are the best-selling boy band in history and are one of the world’s best-selling music artists of all time, netting over 130 million records worldwide, winning countless awards, and stealing the hearts of millions of fans (one of them being tweenaged me).

While still a member of the pop band, Nick Carter has also paved a formidable solo career for himself, releasing three solo albums, including his latest, All American. He’s proven his acting chops in The Hollow and 90210, rumbaed his way to second place during Season 21 of Dancing With the Stars, and soon his pet project, Dancing With the Stars, and soon his pet project, Dead 7, a zombie Western starring fellow boy banders AJ McLean, Howie D, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick, will be airing on the Syfy Network.

I was lucky enough to chat with the legendary heartthrob on the eve of his new All American Tour, and let’s just say that my 11-year-old self would be crying tears of joy right now:

What was the inspiration for your latest album, All American?
The inspiration behind my album All American came a lot from the fact that I really enjoy doing solo stuff — it gives me a chance to step outside of the box and do stuff that I don’t normally do with the boys. I love playing guitar onstage and rocking out and I incorporate that into my solo music. The five of us all give each other the freedom to do our own thing and it makes the bond that we have stronger than ever.

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Feb 16
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After wowing fans with his incredible stint on Dancing With the Stars this past season, it seems like Nick Carter has caught the performance bug once again. Aside from touring and making music with the Backstreet Boys, the singer is now venturing off to make some music of his own. We recently had a chance to talk with the singer and he gave us all the details about his upcoming tour and whether or not his bandmates would be making a special appearance. Check it out below and then let him transport you back to the ’90s with his brand new music video.

POPSUGAR: What inspired you to do this solo album?
Nick Carter: Well, I really enjoy making different types of music than I do with the Backstreet Boys. I never really followed the traditional route when it comes to what people probably expect as a solo artist goes, but that’s just me. It’s my own creative output and it’s my expression. So, I’m able to do different things and go out there and pick on the guitar or rock out a little bit. That’s the thing — all of us individually in this group, we encourage each other to go out and explore and be different things. That way when we come back, we’re refreshed and we have learned a little something about ourselves as well. It’s all of that together, but as far as what motivates me to create another album, thankfully I have a fan base that wants to see me, so I really enjoy creating music that is different.

PS: Why did you decide to name the album All American?
NC: It’s funny because obviously, I’m American, but the main reason is because of the song on the album. I love the song “All American” because it’s just a quirky, fun song talking about how I view some of the women in America. It’s one of my favorite ones, so that’s mainly the reason. It’s sort of a title track.

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