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"He’s a storyteller extraordinaire and his words and phrasing are immaculate – he’s a sophisticated writer of the first kind – very unusual for a young man particularly in this day and age. I’m sitting there listening to him and thinking how nervous he must be picking and singing for Steve Fromholz, a Texas legend in music, one of the original Texas Outlaws and Poet Laureate of Texas." “You know Aaron, you remind me of someone.” All of us were still silent except Aaron, “Who’s that?” he asked. “Me,” said Brother, “You’ve got something to say.” I was the only one who saw the slight tear in Brother’s very blue eyes. He was impressed, touched and interested beyond belief. “Let’s hear one of your love songs,” Brother requested and Aaron went right into one of the most beautifully written tunes I’ve ever heard. This young man is music personified. He tells a story in a way the listener is hooked from the first line and he never turns you loose. He’
“ “Aaron is a true son of Texas, poetry, and the open road. He has an eye and a feeling for the human condition and his fellow man, and a stage presence that a bunch of us would trade for. There is a deep sensitivity in his songs, as well as humor and pathos. He’s as real as the places and folks he writes and sings about, and I’m looking forward to the next song.” - Walt Wilkins “I’m always excited when I find a new, really good, fresh, talented songwriter . . . and I’ve been excited about Aaron Einhouse since the first time he showed up at my weekly “Songwriters’ Circle.” When you hear his new album, you’ll see why. It is filled with fresh new, well written songs, performed and produced with exceptional taste and skill.” - Kent Finlay, Owner Cheatham Street Warehouse San Marcos, TX”