Born into an artistically oriented family in Washington, D.C., Aaron Rhines focused on music early. The three people who sparked his interested in music were his father, John Rhines, his cousin, Regan Hicks-Goldstein, both classical pianists and the late Mrs. Rachael Bell. Although his father began teaching Aaron piano before age 5, playing baritone in jr. high and high school as well as studying piano on his own led him to study Jazz at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. From there Aaron moved to New York City where he studied Jazz piano with Michael Cochran and Greg Murphy.
While in New York, he performed with various bands in Manhattan and eventually formed his own Jazz trio which lead to a gig in Indonesia with the singer/songwriter Menace. His travels continued overseas after meeting DJ Bert Bevans. This meeting lead to travels to Australia, London, and Geneva Switzerland as part of his production team.
His most recent projects include composing and recording the music for the children’s CD "Access The Experience," composing the music for the play "Don’t Tell Grandma I Met Him On-Line," and the completion his first CD “Nothin’ But Love.”