Last night, we had the chance to attend Nick Carter’s concert on his “All American” Canadian tour in Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall.
Alberta band, The New Electric hit the stage to start off the night. They put on a great show and sounded amazing live. while jumping around on stage, which for some bands is hard to pull off, but these guys sure did.
Following The New Electric‘s performance was another Canadian singer-songwriter, who I feel fans should be familiar with, Dan Talevski started the show with his hit single “Guilty As Sin”. From there, he played several upbeat tracks. He then went back to his roots and entertained the crowd with his fan-favourite YouTube covers. He took a moment to share with the crowd how YouTube helped contribute towards his popularity which lead him to sign with Interscope/Hollywood Records. With that, he transitioned to his crowd-favourite single “Sober Sunrise” before ending his set with a cover of Justin Bieber‘s “What Do You Mean”.
With the crowd hyped, our favourite Backstreet Boy, Nick Carter took to the stage. Fans who have caught his previous shows on his “All American” tour would have noticed that he brought on similar sequences and moments, but as expected the excitement remains unchanged. He stepped to the stage sporting a cute, nerdy outfit, while he sang “Blow Your Mind” off his first solo album, Now or Never. From there, he coupled new album singles with crowd-favourite throwbacks making everyone’s heart melt, reminiscing on the good ol’ Backstreet Boys days.
A few wardrobe changes later, Nick brought out his Dancing With the Stars moves while singing my personal favourite Backstreet Boys‘ song, “The Call”. He concluded the show and reminded fans to hop on a flight to Vegas in earlier March to catch the Backstreet Boys live on stage. Personally, after the show, I felt it necessary to take him up on that offer – I don’t think I’ve recovered from that Backstreet Boys fever, because if Nick brought it back, I know Backstreet’s back (alright).
If you were at the show, be sure to tweet us your pictures. We’d love to hear about your concert experience. Also, be sure to check out our interview with The New Electric, which will be live in the coming weeks.
(Photos by: Natalie Popovich)