My names is Aaron James Larsen. Most know me as ''Aaron From Arizona", "WildMan", or just plain Aaron. The story of my life growing up and entering an amateur country career is an interesting story, but very understandable. But, let me tell you a bit.
I was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 24, 1996. When I was growing up, all I ever listened too was country with Travis Tritt, Trace Adkins, Tim McGraw, and all those good guys and gals of country in my era. As I grew up, I watched my uncle on my father's side play music, and that got me interested in doing music. I then decided to do country music with my biggest influence as my inspiration, Tim McGraw. Ever since I was 8 years old, I would write songs just for the hell of it. Then I would sing a line or two anywhere I was. When I was 10 years old, my dad bought me my first guitar from Austin Bizarre. I played that black guitar everytime when I had a chance. I loved that guitar so much, but when i moved out of Arizona to live with my mother, i gave it to a friend of mine who was a musician too. I will never forget that guitar.
My live performing didn't really start until I was 15. When I was 13, I would go to family cook outs and perform a couple songs here and there. When I was 14, I would do cover ups of songs during lunch in school for friends. When I turned 15, was when my real performing begun. When I was in Ahmeek, Michigan on a forth of July celebration, i was talking to a band who was originally planed to play, and they let me do a song for fun. I did one of my songs called, "Put A Little Love In It". Everybody loved it. And so, started a spark in my growing career.
When I turned 16 I was starting to perform at coffee shops and talent shows in Calumet, Michigan. And since then, I've been into country music. I have alot of friends and family that are my fans in my music.
The theme really to my music is that I've survived alot of hell in my days and that I am still strong. I have some love songs, depressed songs, and songs that'll make you cry. But all in all, it don't bring me down at all with bad critics.
I only respect the people who'd pay and care to see me make a dream come true.