All American

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All American
Studio album by Nick Carter
Released November 25, 2015
Recorded 2015
Genre Pop, pop rock, Pop punk
Length 34:33
Label Kaotic, Inc
Producer Nick Carter
Nick Carter chronology
Nick & Knight
All American
Singles from All American
  1. "I Will Wait"
    Released: September 12, 2015
  2. "Get Over Me"
    Released: TBA

All American is the third solo album released by Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter. The album was released on November 25, 2015 on his own record label, Kaotic, Inc. It’s his first solo album since I'm Taking Off which was released four years ago. He collaborated with Avril Lavigne on the song "Get Over Me" on this album. The physical CDs are only exclusive on his official website.


In January 2015, Carter let fans know he was working on another solo album that will be titled All American.[1] On September 22, 2015, Nick Carter released his first single from the album "I Will Wait" on Vevo, he explained this song was inspired by Ed Sheeran’s songwriting.[2][3] And there will be a collaboration with Avril Lavigne titled "Get Over Me" on this album.[4] All American drops day after Dancing With The Stars finals, where he is one of the four finalists on vying for the Mirror Ball Trophy. The day after the winner is announced, Nick's new album All American released on November 25.[5] In the US, the physical CDs are only available on his official website.[6] The album is also available digitally on Amazon, iTunes, and Spotify worldwide.[7][8]


"I Will Wait" is the first single of the album, released on September 12, 2015 on Itunes, and September 22 on Vevo. The song climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard Trending 140 Chart.[3] On September 24, Nick Carter performed the song on the finale of Dancing With The Stars.

On November 27, as Nick Carter announced on twitter, the duet song with Avril Lavigne titled "Get Over Me" will be released as the second single, due to the popularity of the song and fan's request on Social Media, it was described as a "break-up anthem". And there will possibly be a music video release sooner.[9]

Musical style[edit]

The musical style of the album combined with pop, rock, and pop punk, and features some rock music instruments such as drum and rock guitar. The song "Cherry Pie" has the throwback type feel like Mark Ronson. There are some songs have a guitar sound of punk rock music, such as "19 in 99", "Tijuana" and "All American". The songs like "Get Over Me", "California", "Second Wind" and "Swet" have a combination of Dance-pop and Teenpop feel. And "I Will Wait" is an emotional ballad song inspired by Ed Sheeran, with a clear acoustic guitar sound.

I'm very inspired by rock and pop music, and have those in me, and have done albums like that in the past, so it's going to have that. But it also has some rhythm, it has some soul for sure. I feel like I'm definitely coming into my own as an artist. But it just touches on all sorts of different styles and feels, so when you listen to the album from top to bottom, you know it's taking you on a ride. Like a musical. Like a movie, or something.[10]


All American Tour
Tour by Nick Carter
Associated album All American
Start date February 25, 2016 (2016-02-25)
End date March 26, 2016 (2016-03-26)
Legs 1
Number of shows 18 in North America

The All American Tour is a headlining tour by American recording artists Nick Carter. The tour supports his thrid solo studio album, All American.


Carter will go on an All American North American tour that begins in February 2016. So far the tour includes 18 cities in 30 days. He’ll start in Beverly Hills and end in Nashville. Carter is encouraging his fans to sign-up for updates on his website.[11]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[11]
February 25, 2016 Beverly Hills United States Saban Theatre
February 26, 2016 Anaheim House of Blues
February 27, 2016 Solana Beach Belly Up Tavern
March 1, 2016 Tucson Rialto Theatre
March 4, 2016 Dallas South Side Ballroom
March 5, 2016 Houston Warehouse Live
March 9, 2016 Raleigh The Ritz
March 10, 2016 Baltimore Sound Stage Baltimore
March 11, 2016 Freehold iPlay America
March 12, 2016 New York Playstation Theater
March 13, 2016 Boston House of Blues
March 16, 2016 Montreal Canada Métropolis
March 17, 2016 Toronto Phoenix Concert Theatre
March 18, 2016 Grand Rapids United States The Intersection
March 19, 2016 Chicago House of Blues
March 23, 2016 Kansas City Uptown Theater
March 24, 2016 St. Louis The Ready Room
March 26, 2016 Nashville City Winery

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "19 in 99"   3:25
2. "Get Over Me" (featuring Avril Lavigne) 3:29
3. "California"   2:59
4. "Second Wind"   3:30
5. "Swet"   2:42
6. "Cherry Pie"   3:07
7. "Tijuana"   3:03
8. "All American"   2:53
9. "Man On The Moon"   2:48
10. "Horoscope"   3:13
11. "I Will Wait"   3:24
Total length:

Release history[edit]

Country Date Label Format
Worldwide November 25, 2015 Digital download
United States
  • CD
  • digital download


  1. ^ "Album Update: "I Will Wait" – COMING SOON!". 
  2. ^ "Was tired of making you all wait, here's the official video for my upcoming song 'I Will Wait'. Watch it now on Vevo.". 
  3. ^ a b Anderson, Trevor (October 9, 2015). "The Vamps, Nick Carter and Miley Cyrus: Real-Time Twitter Rewind for Oct. 9". Billboard. Retrieved November 28, 2015. 
  4. ^ Malach, Maggie. "Nick Carter Says He's Collaborating With Avril Lavigne & Here's Why It Will Be Amazing". Bustle. 
  5. ^ "Nick Carter’s New Album ‘All American’ Drops Day After DWTS Finals". 2Paragraphs. November 23, 2015. Retrieved November 28, 2015. 
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  8. ^ "All American by Nick Carter on iTunes". Apple. Retrieved 26 November 2015. 
  9. ^ "Avril Lavigne And Nick Carter Released A Single And It’s A Pop Dream". Buzzfeed Community. October 29, 2015. Retrieved November 29, 2015. 
  10. ^ Vena, Jocelyn (November 28, 2013). "INTERVIEW: Nick Carter on Music, DWTS & Movie". I Heart Radio. Retrieved November 25, 2015.  Text " Everything You Need to Know" ignored (help)
  11. ^ a b "Tickets + VIP Packages Now Available!". Nick Carter Official Website. November 20, 2015. Retrieved November 28, 2015.