Aaron Howard started performing as a backup violinist for pop/rock bands in Bozeman MT at the age of 13. By the time he was 15 he was performing in coffee shops, bars, and private parties. In 2002 he was in the studio for a month, recording his first EP - a success in Bozeman. Aaron began performing as a singer around the state, and built up a local fan base when his song "If Not Today" got some spins on a pop/rock station in Bozeman. Finally he spent eleven months in the studio, recording “The Things I Can’t Explain” a thirteen song pop/rock album, and Aaron Howard broke through. He’s sold nearly 1000 copies of his album since its release in late May of 2004; he has performed extensively in his region, and he is now preparing for a twenty city tour of the northwest US.
"Most of Howard's audience own his CD, know the words to the songs, and sing along at his shows. Howard has a real talent for songwriting."