Aaron Ball from Eastern Idaho and Auckland New Zealand wish you and your family a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year. The singer, song writer and front man of the Aaron Ball Band will be in New Zealand along with band mate and keyboardist Dave Bowman. The duo will be touring in support of the album “New Beginnings” starting, December 28th 2014. The album “New Beginnings” by the Aaron Ball Band was released in the summer of 2013 and album promotion involved a successful Western United States Tour. In the fall of 2013, Aaron Ball flew south to New Zealand where he first was introduced as a solo act. While in the Southern Hemisphere, Aaron Ball visited stages in Auckland NZ and Eastern Australia. He also climbed to the number two position on the Reverbantion charts in New Zealand. Aaron Ball: “I am looking forward to traveling back to New Zealand to visit old friends and fans. I am also excited to have keyboardist Dave Bowman on this trip. He is a phenomenal musician and I know fans will love his work. ” The much anticipated Full-Length LP “New Beginnings” includes the remix of the hit "Second Gear" which received substantial radio airplay when it was originally released in 2010. The song “Omaha” has been played both on internet and terrestrial stations. The album is available for sale digitally worldwide on Itunes and via his website at www.AaronBallMusic.com Immediately upon his return back to the United States in late January 2015, the Aaron Ball Band will perform in Park City Utah on the 25th and at Concerts at Sundance on the 26th. The Aaron Ball Band is looking forward to a busy spring and summer and can be contacted for booking at: email@example.com. Over the past five years the band has also reached out to large and small U.S. audiences with National tours, hitting cities from Los Angeles to Nashville. For more information about the Aaron Ball Band see www.AaronBallMusic.com . Links: www.AaronBallMusic.com itunes.apple.com/us/album/new-beginnings/id685353505 www.reverbnation.com/aaronballmusic https://www.facebook.com/aaronballmusic https://twitter.com/AaronBall_Music http://www.sonicbids.com/band/aaron-ball-band/
For Immediate Release November 28th, 2014 Dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cbphi2lbpunvpib/AADbZ5RdWbqZhuvgzz5nDrLRa?dl=0 Aaron Ball from Eastern Idaho and Auckland New Zealand will be returning back to New Zealand this December 2014. The singer song writer and front man of the Aaron Ball Band will be returning along with band mate and keyboardist Dave Bowman, in support of the album “News Beginnings” with the popular country song “Omaha”. The album “New Beginnings” released over a year ago and immediately following the release the Aaron Ball Band toured the Western United States. After a successful tour, Aaron regrouped and flew south where he performed as a solo act. While in the Southern Hemisphere, Aaron Ball performed regularly in Auckland and toured Eastern Australia. He climbed to the number two position on the Reverbantion charts for Auckland, New Zealand. Aaron Ball “I met many great fans in the Southern Hemisphere and I am excited to get back and visit. Dave Boman will add another dimension to the performance. He is a phenomenal musician”. The much anticipated Full-Length LP “New Beginnings” includes the remix of the hit "Second Gear" which received substantial radio airplay when it was originally released in 2010. The song “Omaha” has been played both on internet and terrestrial stations. The album is available for sale digitally worldwide on itunes and via his website at www.AaronBallMusic.com Whether performing as a solo or part of his band, Aaron Ball maintains a personal connection and provides a performance that is suitable for audiences of all ages. Aaron's soulful voice and passionate songwriting could easily be compared to singers and songwriters such as Brandon Flowers of the Killers, Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters and Ben Harper. Over the past five years the band has also reached out to a larger national audience with national tours, hitting cities from Los Angeles to Nashville. For more information about the Aaron Ball Band see: www.AaronBallMusic.com. For press and booking contact: Echo Eyes Touring and Management www.echoeyes.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Local musician Aaron Ball is embarking on a northwest tour in support of the release of his first solo album, “New Beginnings.”
You have most likely heard from him before, though this is his first release under his own name, Ball has been involved in the Idaho music scene for many years, as the vocalist for Somewhere in the Middle and the drummer for Gas Food and Lodging.
The album features ten songs, including a remix of the Somewhere in the Middle song “Second Gear.”
“I wrote it with piano, and when we recorded it, it came out guitar, so I wanted to redo that for its original sound,” said Ball.
The song was originally released on the Somewhere in the Middle self titled EP in 2010, which was recorded in New Orleans. The song was played frequently on local and regional radio stations.
He adds that this new album has a mostly rock feel, though in classic Aaron Ball style, he dabbles in many different genres.
“It is mostly rock, there are a couple songs that are almost country. ‘Omaha,’ the first track has country rock sound,” he said.
Ball and the band will be playing several shows in Southeast Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Nevada in June.
They will be performing at The Bunkhouse Saloon in Las Vegas on Saturday, then will take a couple of days off before performing two shows in one day in Idaho Falls, the first at the Idaho State University campus at noon, and then at The Frosty Gator at 8 p.m. From there the group will travel to Oregon, playing shows in Ontario and Pendelton before heading to Washington for a show in Tacoma.
The Aaron Ball Band will perform a show in Pocatello on Wednesday, June 19 at the FlipSide Lounge, 117 S. Main St. at 9 p.m. The show is set up to follow the Revive @ 5 celebration that will wrap up at 8 p.m. a few blocks down the street at the Old Town Pavilion.
They will also perform at the Idaho Music and Wildflower Festival on June 22, which is held annually at the Pebble Creek Ski Area near Inkom.
Ball said that his many years of music experience both locally and nationally allowed him to find the best musicians for the part on this solo album.
“It was a fun album to do because I had musician friends from around the county who stepped in and helped me,” he said, “it has been a unique album because I was able to say, ‘who would be the best guitar player for this lead, and who can I get to play the fiddle?’”
You can listen to the music of Aaron Ball on ReverbNation at www.reverbnation.com/aaronballmusic By Jenny Hopkins email@example.com
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