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February 28, 2013

The great Erika Badu Sunday 03/03/2013 Doors: 07:00 PM Show: 08:00 PM Prices: $50.00 - GA Standing Room $75.00 - Reserved Seating Ages: all House of Blues Boston 15 Lansdowne St. Boston, MA 02215 (888) 693-BLUE (2583)

Hi to ‘The Little Prince of Pop’

There’s an opportunity for a nice night out with the teens when Aaron March of 1997, Aaron Carter performed during a Backstreet Boys’ concert in Berlin, Germany, and was instantly discovered. After the concert, he was offered a record contract on the spot by an Edel Record Company executive who saw him perform. In the fall of 1997, he released his first single, “Crush On You.”

Concert-goers, and undoubtedly a slew of teen fans, will have a chance to hear this young idol live when Carter takes the stage at the Tupelo Music Hall in Londonderry this this Saturday, March 2, at 7 p.m.

Since his debut, Carter has opened for Britney Spears on the U.S. leg of her 2000 world tour, and has made numerous hugely popular appearances on TV networks and shows including Disney, Nickelodeon, Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, and “Rosie O’Donnell.”

Has all the fame and fortune changed Aaron Carter? His promoters say no. “He’s the same loveable kid he’s always been. Asked what makes him the most happy, he responds, ‘Making my fans and family happy, and having fun!’”

For tickets call the box office at 603-437-5100, or visit http://www.tupelohall.com/.

Strike up the bands, or head to ‘Brighton Beach’

The Phillips Academy Music Department presents the academy concert bands and ensembles under the direction of Vincent Monaco and Derek Jacoby at 3 p.m. this Sunday, March 3. The program will feature the music of J. P. Sousa, Holst, Copland, Colgrass, Story, Respichi and King. It’s a fun winter afternoon and free to boot, so head over to the Cochran Chapel located on the campus, 180 Main St., Andover. Mass. For more information,call 978-749-4260 or e-mail to music@andover.edu.

Also at the academy this weekend, the Theater and Dance Department presents Neil Simon’s coming-of-age comedy, “Brighton Beach Memoirs.” The play is the first in Simon’s autobiographical trilogy, portraying his years as a young teen living with his parents and extended family in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York, in 1937.

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