Aaron Barker | Singer, Songwriter, & Family Man
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Singer / Songwriter

With over two decades of hit writing Aaron still travels and loves the giving back to the writing community and sharing.


Country Heritage

Spanning many years we wanted to highlight just some high points of his career

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In San Antonio, TX growing up Aaron started playing in several rock n roll bands.


Aaron’s career in writing begins. We wrote his first song that made its way to Music City and a singer named George Strait


First hit went #1 and stayed on the charts for a record breaking 12 weeks in a row.


Not real sure what to put here as Ill be speaking to yiu guys to learn more on a timeline.

Below we have listed just a few of the artist that Aaron has written hits songs for.

About Aaron Barker

This section would have some general information regarding Aaron and a little highlight on him.

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Born in the South, the blues is an African American-derived music form that recognized the pain of lost love and injustice and gave expression to the victory of outlasting a broken heart and facing down adversity. The blues evolved from hymns, work songs, and field hollers — music used to accompany spiritual, work and social functions. Blues is the foundation of jazz as well as the prime source of rhythm and blues, rock ‘n’ roll,

country music. The blues is still evolving and is still widely played today. New Orleans had a great tradition of celebration. Opera, military marching bands, folk music, the blues, different types of church music, ragtime, echoes of traditional African drumming, and all of the dance styles that went with this music could be heard and seen throughout the city. When all of these kinds of music blended into one, jazz was born.  Before Armstrong, Dixieland was

the style of jazz that everyone was playing. This was a style that featured collective improvisation where everyone soloed at once. Armstrong developed the idea of musicians playing during breaks that expanded into musicians playing individual solos. This became the norm.

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