I always love it when my good friend Aaron Gibson releases a new video. Even more exciting, Aaron has a new album in the works. From “Tenderfoot”, here’s “Let’s Fall in Love Again”.
Aaron Gibson has created a video submission for NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest, and we’re pulling for him. Here he is performing his tune, “Anger”.
For a lot of us, it’s been a tough run. My good friend Aaron Gibson turned that into something musical and beautiful. Here’s his latest, which he named “Tenderfoot”.
Aaron Gibson decided to take his song, “The Regretful Climb”, and rearrange it for solo bass. I love Aaron’s approach to solo bass, and this one is another beautiful version.
Brittany Frompovich asked Aaron Gibson if he’d do a song for a virtual open mic for her students. His performance was magical.
I’ve really been enjoying Aaron Gibson’s “solo bass in the yard” video series. Here’s a great one of Aaron performing “Hurricane Sara”.
It is always a thrill to see a new video by our good friend, Aaron Gibson. In this clip, Aaron is doing “solo bass in the yard”, taking on his tune, “Said No Lover”, in a new way.
Aaron Gibson’s “Horror Films and Sunday School” was my first introduction to Nahuel Bronzini, and the combination of the two musicians collaborating was exciting. In this clip, the duo found time to record a new tune, together.
Months ago, Aaron Gibson sent me an early cut of this song, which he wrote during some incredibly trying times. Now Aaron and Nahuel Bronzini have released the video for “Apples.”
Aaron Gibson and Nahuel Bronzini are working together on some really exciting new music. Their latest track, an acoustic version of “The Other Thing”, just released along with this beautiful video.
Aaron Gibson’s “Horror Films and Sunday School” was among my favorite albums released in 2019. For years, Aaron has matched his incredible music with incredible videos, but this one might be the best one yet.
Bassist and singer/songwriter Aaron Gibson has just released his latest album, entitled “Horror Films and Sunday School” - a brilliant and beautiful record. We caught up with Aaron to get the story behind it, and more.