Who is Aaron Trubic?
As an experienced studio and touring musician, recording engineer, producer, vocalist, cellist and writer, Aaron Trubic has proudly garnered numerous commercial recording credits for both major and independent labels spanning 18 years as well as tour performances in Europe, Asia and North America and has recently been called the best bass to ever come out of Buffalo. Among numerous independent recordings, Aaron appears on Down To Money and Shake It Around, two critically acclaimed albums by Lilith Fair singer/songwriter Alison Pipitone. While based out of his hometown of Buffalo, New York, Aaron was also named Bass Player of the Year in 1996 (J.C. Thompson Band), and has been described as outstanding and inspiring by the national press. Aaron is also a published writer with a readership of hundreds daily subscribing to his blog at a href=http://www.aarontrubic.comAaronTrubic.com/a. Some have called Aaron a new music philosopher for his writings on recording industry practices and the evolution of digital music. A believer in free music as well as a proponent of new industry business models, Aaron has been a champion of indie artists rights in the information age. Best known for his role as one of the founding members of New York Citys seminal power punk trio, Evil Jake, Aaron continues to be one of the nations most sought after bass players in the studio and on the stage. As a songwriter and producer with Evil Jake, Aaron co-wrote the bands latest title track, Be My Ex-Girlfriend which has received national and international radio airplay and can be heard on MTV, Fox Sports and VH1. 2006 marks another milestone for Aaron as his song, How Could You Kiss Me?, co-penned by songwriter and World Series of Poker finalist Tom Sartori, is released nationwide. Aaron also appears on bass on Sartoris full release of Long Ride Home in 2005. A bass player steeped in traditional Blues and Soul, Aaron has backed some of the worlds best performers in this genre including Lou Pride (Severn Records), Sean Costello (Landslide, Artemis/Tone-Cool Records) and Hubert Sumlin (Howlin Wolf). In 2008, We Can Get Together was released worldwide on Delta Groove Music and is now featured in Borders stores everywhere. Not only did Aaron co-produce this landmark album by Sean Costello but also contributed 2 songs to it, including the title cut, Anytime You Want.
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