Back in 2002-2003, I went through a lot of things personally and most of all, I saw Nick Carter more than I ever have in my entire life. I think I saw like 80% of his “Now or Never” shows and while it was one of the worst times of my life, he made it one of the best times of my life.
From the first show in Tampa at Guavaween the Saturday before the album was released, to the last shows in Florida, it was one of the most amazing times to be a Nick Carter girl.
Since then, I’ve seen his solo shows at least once – from the second show on the “I’m Taking Off” tour in Charleston, S.C. on that tragic day that his sister died to the first Nick & Knight show in Nashville and the next one in Atlanta.
I have front row, right up at the stage at the small show in Nashville that will end the “All American” tour and hope to get an Atlanta show booked (if you want, sign the petition!) He’s never done a solo show in Atlanta (other than Nick and Knight and the show in Valdosta that I got booked at the theme park that I went on to get Backstreet Boys booked there and shoot them professionally).
Check out this video from that Valdosta show shot by my friend Emily who was sitting behind me in the second row.
I do love the Backstreet Boys solo life.
Starting in 2016, I’m going to make a Backstreet Boys post discussing something that I love about the boys. Since it’s a leap year, it will be called #BSB366 – 366 days of Backstreet Boys love.