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Alex Aronsten

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Hailing from Melbourne Australia, singer/songwriter Alex Aronsten was exposed to music at an early age. From busking on the streets of Adelaide to performing at folk clubs and touring South Australia by the age of 10 with his eldest brother, he has continued to follow this journey in finding his own musical voice, taking him to bars, clubs and festivals around Australia and internationally. Alex has a melodic driven roots country sound. His songs are tales of love, loss, and hope, drawn from the deserts of outback Australia, lonely hotel rooms in Northern China, late night bar sessions over broken relations in Amsterdam, to a miner’s cottage in Snake Valley, Victoria. Driving his songwriting are influences from the likes of Neil Young to Buddy Miller, Townes Van Zandt to Ryan Adams, Dolly Parton to Springsteen some how taking the wheel during the creative process. His lyrics come from a place that is real, such as his country ballad ‘Baby if Only’, where he asks for a second chance saying, “if only I could take back all the things that I said, the whiskey was talking instead, with the morning comes regret’. In his song ‘Everything to Me’ he realizes, “life is but a journey that we’re all travelling on, you can plan our destination, but life keeps rolling on”. In ‘Missing you Tonight’ it’s a lonely cry, “I drive around tonight like a taxi without a passenger, a life time of memories, and your picture on the dash”. Alex has the ability to capture audiences by delivering his songs with his emotive engaging voice which, alongside his accomplished guitar work, is the perfect accompaniment to deliver his interpretation of roots, country and Americana. Alex will be releasing his record ‘Lost & Found’ on this tour of the US throughout August/September 2014.


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