Nick Carter's benefit concert in memory of his estranged late brother Aaron Carter raised $150k for a children's mental health charity.Songs For Tomorrow - which Nick, 42, and N*Sync's Lance Bass, 43, headlined at West Hollywood's Heart on Wednesday - raised money for On Our Sleeves: The Movement for Children’s Mental Health.Former child star Aaron was found dead in his bathtub at his Lancaster, California home on November 5 at age 34.
His fiancee Melanie Martin and mother Jane have recently claimed he died from an overdose and did not drown in his bath as previously suspected.
On stage: Nick Carter's benefit concert in memory of his estranged late brother Aaron Carter raised $150k for a children's mental health charityNick was also joined by Backstreet Boy bandmate AJ McLean, 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons, O-Town and LFO for the concert reports TMZ - which saw him break down in tears onstage as he paid tribute to Aaron.He also performed a song penned in Aaron's memory called Hurts to Love You.
A representative for the Backstreet Boys singer previously told told DailyMail.com: 'For fans looking to pay tribute to the life of Aaron Carter, a donation page has been established in lieu of flowers that will benefit On Our Sleeves: The Movement for Children’s Mental Health, an organization that Nick Carter has long supported and serves as an Ambassador for. 'On Our Sleeves is on a mission to provide every community in America access to free, evidenced-informed educational resources necessary for breaking stigmas about child mental health as well as educating families and advocates.