Aaron and Andrew

Aaron and Andrew

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Pop - Rock | Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,985   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Bio/History

The journey for these two musicians began at the Local Park & Rec day camp in seventh grade. Both having grown up in musical homes with parents who filled their ears with such artists as The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, and James Taylor, they started their musical training at early ages on the piano and moved to the guitar in middle school. They quickly learned the art of improvisation and song structure through jazz ensembles and frequent performances. While in high school, the two began playing in a local rock band, Final Remedy, a group that was able to move 500 copies of their first two albums and twice secure the top spot at the popular local battle of the bands. Upon leaving Final Remedy and joining together to form Aaron and Andrew, they decided to pursue music careers fulltime.
The duo’s songwriting caught the attention of film music editor Joseph S. DeBeasi. Seeing their potential, he offered to produce their first album, “Don’t Go”, which was recorded at Nashville’s Belmont Studios on the famous “Music Row”. Having not forgotten their childhood musical influences, Aaron and Andrew sculpted a ten-song album that maintains both the lyrical and musical integrity of classic artists combined with very accessible pop sensibility. Their music has been described as a mix between Snow Patrol, John Mayer, and Damien Rice; their goal is to tell a story and create a landscape through words and music.
Although they are fairly new to the music world, they’ve already begun to gain momentum in their home state of Connecticut, performing in venues such as The Webster Theater, The Acoustic Café, The Space and Club Alchemy.