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Guitarist Blake Aaron Launches New Single

SOURCE: Published: 2007-01-29
As Blake Aaron prepares for third Innervision Record record release, the “Come on Over" single is currently up for adds on contemporary jazz radio.

Blake Aaron has been a guitarist on the national music scene for many years as a live performer and in the studio. He has been the guitarist for such television shows as “MAD TV" (FOX), “10-8" (ABC), “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment" (WB), “Gary and Mike" (UPN),"The Ben Stiller Show" (FOX), “Sunday Night Comics" (FOX), and has recorded and/or performed with such artists as Steve Reid's Bamboo Forest, Eric Marienthal, Bobby Womack and Carlos Santana (Womack-Save the Children) and The Gap Band.

Blake's debut Innervision release,With Every Touch (2001), included special guest appearances by Eric Marienthal and David Benoit.

His second album, Bringin' It Back (2004), propelled Blake into the forefront of contemporary jazz by reaching #26 on the Radio and Records charts. Two singles would reach the top 100 of the year on the smooth jazz charts.

Blake took a brief sabbatical from solo recording to focus on his studio career. Additionally, with the assistance of All Star Music Lessons, Blake would produce three instructional videos for the guitar. Meanwhile, he continued his studio work with several television shows, which included regular recording sessions and an appearance on Mad TV.

Currently, Blake is in the studio finalizing the mixes for his 2007 Innervision release, Desire. “Come on Over" is just a small sample of the good things awaiting Blake Aaron fans.

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