Band, TV show, movie, worldwide phenomenon, Big Time Rush is a lot of things to a lot people. But when they take the concert stage, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena Jr., and Logan Henderson become something much more immediate and intimate: four men with four voices, each with something to say, all committed to having a good time. Often grouped along the current crop of overseas boy bands One Direction and The Wanted, BTR are the ones most committed to having fun in concert, both with each other and with music that is increasingly reflective their own tastes. And ticket buyers have taken notice. Their most recent album 24/Seven, undoubtedly their most poppy, upbeat outing yet, debuted at No. 4 when it was released this summer, producing the infectious eponymous hit. In 2012, the band was voted best boy band in the world in Parade magazine. It is not hard to see why: when they are able to get out of the TV studio and tour, BTR can always be counted on for their unadulterated fun and positivity.