Singer-Songwriter and Nashville Artist “JB Aaron” was born in Niagara Falls, NY. JB served 18 years as a Vol. Firefighter and a Medical Technician for the Town of Niagara with the Active Hose Fire Department.
JB started singing at the age of 8, by participating in talent shows in the western New York region, taking the crowds by surprise, and capturing multiple first-place prizes and trophies. He has performed for and worked with many non-profit organizations, such as Niagara Falls Firefighters Toy Fund Telethon, Make a Wish Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, the American Cancer Society, and the Brian Moorman Punt Foundation.
JB has opened shows for various artists over the years. Some of which include,….. Miranda Lambert, Low Cash, Frankie Ballard, The Cadillac 3, Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, Eric Paslay, Brian McComas, Terri Clark, Wade Hayes, Jeff Carson, and Gloriana. Additionally, JB has closed shows for featured artists Cowboy Troy, Josh Thompson and Darryl Worley.
2014 was a big year for JB starting with recording his second CD (EP) in Nashville, TN with hit songwriter/producer Greg Crowe. “Taillights n Dust,” a single from the album is being pushed nationwide on various radio stations.
JB performs in Nashville, during the CMA Festival week for thousands of fans, as well as greeting Fans at the very popular “Fan Fair” event in the Nashville Convention Center.
In August 2014, JB entered the 33rd Annual Country Showdown, where he successfully triumphed over thousands of performers to become the North East Regional Champion.
This secured him a spot, as one of the TOP 5 Finalists in the United States vying for the title of “Best New Act in Country Music.” JB says the biggest reward was the opportunity to perform on the Original Grand Ole Opry stage, the Ryman Auditorium.
In September 2014, the Buffalo Bills invited JB to perform the National Anthem in front of a sold out crowd of (75,000+). He was recently given the opportunity again, for the 2015 Season, to perform the National Anthem, along with “God Bless America”, for the “Salute the Troops” game against Miami Dolphins on Nov. 8th.
During the month of October, 2014, JB became involved with a Cancer benefit in the city of Chicago, Illinois. The benefit was for Team Carone (Shutdown Cancer), all proceeds were to benefit the Buck Commander member Rick Carone and his daughters. Rick is currently battling Pancreatic Cancer, and JB was hand picked by Rick, to come and perform at this event. JB was compelled and Honored to be able to perform for this cause due to having his Mother pass from the same disease. JB was able to perform again for this event in 2015.
JB’s passion for singing and performing inspires him to continue to entertain and support the country music industry. He wishes to share his love of the music with the world for as long as he can.
JB- “There ain’t nothing in the world today, that me and the lord can’t handle tomorrow”….(Roy Acuff)