Aaron Allen

Aaron Allen

Debuting as a solo artist in mid 2000, Aaron Allen created a buzz for himself amongst the country/folk and bluegrass scene in Southern Ontario with his first release “Self Titled.”

 

In 2007 he released a record called Aaron Allen And The Small City Saints, which was his first offering as a full band, followed by the critically acclaimed A Place Called Hell in 2009. After touring extensively, he released another solo record called IV in 2011, which was followed by the EP Small City Saints in 2012.

 

He cut his teeth opening for such acts as Joel Plaskett, Thomas Rhett, Tim Hicks, The Sheepdogs, Dallas Smith, The Trews, Matt Mays, Tom Wilson, and Aaron Pritchett. In 2013 Aaron took a break from music to start a family, which inspired a boost of creativity, and in 2015 he released the critically acclaimed full length album Better Days.