Aaron Markland | Rewind

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by Aaron Markland

Aaron Markland brings you his debut album "Rewind" which remembers the past, survives the present, and is hopeful of the future through acoustic melodies and a hint of rock/pop.
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. We Will Laugh
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2. One Good Tear
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3. Ride
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4. Seeing Shadows
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5. Starin' At The Sea
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6. Rewind
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7. Crawl
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Aaron Markland was born and raised in the town of Ocean Beach in San Diego, California. He served in the United States Air Force and is now residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico as an Albuquerque Firefighter. He always had a passion for music and has been in several different bands throughout the years. In 2005, Aaron decided to record a solo album entitled "Rewind" with acclaimed producers Robert Vaughn(CBS and Sony), and Chris Julian(Queen Latifah, Billy Idol, Dee-Lite) at Treefort Studios in Topanga, California. He currently is working on several different projects, so stay current at www.myspace.com/aaronmarkland


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Vince Whirlwind

New talent with great skills. This dude can craft a great story with emotion. I could feel the songs, not just hear them. I recommend it