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Aaron Morales

Aaron Morales

Aaron Morales


A self-taught guitarist since the age of nine, Aaron Morales got his official start in the music business at fifteen after an introduction to RIAA Gold and Platinum Award winning producer Vince Lawrence. While performing in local bands in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois, Morales gained experience as a producer, songwriter, session musician and studio engineer, ultimately working with numerous recording artists, from house music legend Farley "Jackmaster" Funk to Latin pop princess Belinda. Read more on Last.fm
A self-taught guitarist since the age of nine, Aaron Morales got his official start in the music business at fifteen after an introduction to RIAA Gold and Platinum Award winning producer Vince Lawrence. While performing in local bands in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois, Morales gained experience as a producer, songwriter, session musician and studio engineer, ultimately working with numerous recording artists, from house music legend Farley "Jackmaster" Funk to Latin pop princess Belinda. Launching his solo career in 2007 on the Hollywood-based Demon Doll Records compilation album, "Glamnation Vol. 2," Morales was established as a viable recording artist upon the release of his single, "Everything Will Be Alright," in 2011. The self-penned title cut reached #1 on UK-based Juno Records' Juno Download Rock/Indie Bestsellers Singles and Tracks charts, and was listed #2 on Juno Download's Rock/Indie Recommendations Chart for June 2011.

During this period, Morales' single charted above current releases by successful acts such as Adele and Beastie Boys. By 2012, Morales formed the Spanish-language rock band Pistolas D' Pasión, which released its debut single and video, "No Quiero Perder," in early 2013. The band’s second single, “Imposible,” was released the following year. In 2015, Morales produced a remake of the Eurythmics' 1983 hit, "Sweet Dreams," featuring Heather Campione on vocals. Morales' version was used in the Robert Alaniz film, "Mind Over Mindy," featuring Larry Thomas (from NBC's "Seinfeld") and Jim O'Heir (from NBC's "Parks and Recreation"). Read more on Last.fm.

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