Get To Know: Aaron Childree

Hey guys,
 Aaron Childree came over to introduce himself to all of you wonderful house in the sand readers.

I personally think that the aspects he shares and delivers with his music are super inspiring and motivational.
Transporting love and hope through music - what could be better?

Get to know Aaron and his music now. 
Who are you?
My name is Aaron Childree. I'm a pop singer/songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. I sing and also play guitar and piano.

How would you describe your music?
In one word I would describe my music as pop. Some of my songs are more acoustic pop along the lines of John Mayer, Jason Mraz or Jack Johnson and others have more electronic elements like One Republic or Coldplay. My goal is to create music that is fun, catchy and also shares a message of love and hope. 

What does music mean to you? Is there a reason you started making music?
My has always been a huge part of my life. I started singing in the choir at my church when I was three and my love and passion for music grew from there. Music is such a powerful thing and I want to use that power to bring people together.

What have you released?
My first release was a 2010 EP called "So Much More to Say". Two songs from "So Much More to Say" were chose as finalists in several songwriting competitions. I released my full-length album "Above the Norm" in January of 2013 and my Christmas single "Reason to Give" is out now. 
In 2013 I performed at the annual convention for the Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment and was named one of the top 100 Unsigned Artists by Music Connection Magazine.

What have coming up?
Like I mentioned, my Christmas single "Reason to Give" is out now. All of the proceeds from that song will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. 
I'm also working on a new single that will be released in early 2014 as well as booking more live shows.
You can keep up with all the info at Facebook or Twitter.

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