Aaron Booth's songs draw on the soul of americana, the spirit of classic pop, and the craft of The Brill Building writers. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
Initally a bedroom recording recluse, Aaron began performing publicly in the early 1990s in Calgary, Alberta. He quietly worked his way through the local indie scene until eventually emerging as one of the city's most celebrated artists.
"Booth's long stint in Calgary with bands such as Sky Suspended, Pavonine and Shecky Forme has forged a very promising local jewel", wrote the Straight in 1999.
Aaron relocated to Toronto in 2001. He has since recorded two studio albums with Ottawa producer Dave Draves, as well as producing EPs and singles from home.
Transparent, released independently in 2001, is an inviting and intimate folk-pop record. Reaching #6 on national campus radio, it was a sleeper hit of summer 2002: "[Transparent] puts me in a similarly reverent position as the Ron Sexsmith debut." (comes with a smile UK).
Our Last Escape, is a indie-pop album with big arrangements for harmonies, horn, flute, vibraphone and plenty of other vintage treasures plucked from the walls of Little Bullhorn Studio. The album was released by Endearing Records in March 2004. "Aaron Booth is shaping up to be one of the most promising Canadian singer-songwriters and Our Last Escape is one of the year's first really good Canadian albums." Exclaim!