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Interview with Aaron Goodvin

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AARON GOODVIN was born and raised in Northern Alberta where he was surrounded by a large musical family. Not surprisingly, his love of “everything music” developed at an early age and he made his first stage appearance at age 11. He was hooked the minute his feet hit the stage and has never looked back. Over the next 15 years, Aaron began writing his own songs and utilized every opportunity to perform them in front of a live audience. In Canada, Aaron has had 40 artist cuts, 20 of which have been singles. In 2003, at age 18, Aaron caught the attention of a couple of industry professionals, who encouraged him to start co-writing in Nashville. After years of travelling back and forth, he decided to call Nashville home in October of 2010.

Fast forward 3 years to February 2013, he signed a long-term publishing contract with the music industry powerhouse Warner Chappell Music. Upon signing the deal, he landed 3 cuts including Out Like That on Luke Bryan's album Crash My Party

Other current co-writes out there are Carolina Eyes recorded by Scotty McCreery for his See You Tonight album, Dozen Roses And A Six Pack recorded by Cole Swindell for his self-titled album, and Always Tonight recorded by Saskatchewan's WYATT for their album Shoulda Been Here Last Night.

Aaron's versatility and passion for writing and performing is second to none. Aaron has a natural ability to light up a stage, connect with his audience, and deliver a show-stopping performance, whether it's a small intimate gathering or a crowd of thousands.

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