Live In-Studio: Caleb Aronson

Mar 21, 2014

Friday March 21, 2014 Caleb Aronson joined us Live In-Studio during the Alaska Music Spotlight.

Singer-songwriter Caleb Aronson was born and raised in Alaska. When he wasn't wandering the hills and mountains, he was fishing... and causing trouble. Aronson taught himself guitar by listening to his father's record collection and, with his love of poetry, ...began writing songs at the age of 14. Since then, Aronson has played venues from Folk Festivals, clubs, coffeehouses, and stern-wheel riverboats in Alaska, to busking the subways and performing at the legendary Club Passim in Boston, MA. He’s won songwriting awards including an award for his song "Northbound" in a lyric contest hosted by American Songwriter Magazine, and an Individual Artist Grant Award from the Rasmuson Foundation of Alaska.

“With the wit and temperament of early Paul Westerberg or classic Neil Young, Caleb Aronson contributes music that is meaningful, real and authentic.”-Knock Out

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