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Aaron Halliday

Aaron Halliday

Country / string country steel, bass, acoustic and electric Penticton, BC, CA  CA
Ribbon 50% of sales go to the charity Fender Music Foundation.
I Love You Cause You're you
I Love You Cause You're you
Better At Being Alone
Better At Being Alone
Mama Didn't Tell Me
Mama Didn't Tell Me
Remember When (cover Alan Jackson)
Remember When (cover Alan Jackson)
Don't rock the jukebox (Alan Jackson Cover)
Don't rock the jukebox (Alan Jackson Cover)

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Rock The Mic

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  • David Jewell (Artist)
    David Jewell
    hi Aaron, great cover on those awesome songs, keep up the good work, all the best my friend dj
  • Kat Caswell w/the WILD KATS Band (Artist)
    Kat Caswell w/the ...
    Really enjoyed your cover of "Song for the Life". Lookin' forward to hearin' your originals when they come out!!!
  • Aaron Halliday (Artist)
    Aaron Halliday
    As you can tell from the songs above I have been doing a tribute show to.... Yes Alan Jackson for the past ten years or so and I am finally in studio working on my own CD ...

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Sounds Like: Alan Jackson, George Canyon, George Strait, Gord Bamford, Aaron Halliday

Bio: Aaron Halliday is a Canadian Singer/songwriter. Born in Nova Scotia and currently living in Penticton BC, Aaron has been performing live for the past 25 years. His schedule is busy between his tribute to Alan Jackson as well as dances and shows covering a variety of artists and genres spanning th...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: We are oh so ready!!!! Good Luck Sweet Aaron kkhh http://t.co/dxaScbvu4v

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“for your webpage....and it is the truth the whole truth & nothing but the truth, I swear !!!!!Open-mouthed smile Aaron Halliday, as Almost Alan, was a performer at our Vancouver Island Tribute Festival May 23, 24, 25 and presented one of the most authentic tributes I have ever seen. His look, his performance, and his gentlemanly qualities, so like Alan Jackson, made him definite festival favorite. He made many new fans here on Vancouver Island, and has been one of the most praised acts by the fans who watched him, most for the first time. He will definitely be in the top few guaranteed to be invited back again . Sharon Schienbein, festival co-ordinator. Aaron, Our dates have been set for May 22, 23, 24 2015..once again, the weekend following the long Victoria Day weekend. The same venue has been booked, and we will be booking the same hotel later today. I hope you will put those dates aside for us..we would very much like you to be part of it again. Thank-you ! cheers Sharon”

— Festival Co-Ordinator Sharon Schienbein, Vancouver Island Tribute festival

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Press release
Jul 8, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Penticton BC resident and Singer/songwriter Aaron Hallida... [more]

recording
Jun 19, 2014

Recording a 3 song EP was a hard decision to make. First of all having to choos... [more]

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  • Total Fans 1,182
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Q: Hi Aaron, is there a cover charge for the Barley Mill show...if so how much are the tickets?

A: Hi wendy tickets are only $5 at the door and I am only getting paid by ticket sales so make sure you spread the word k.

Asked by Wendy Fox-Vaughan. Answered on Mon Sep 10 2012

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