Aaron Saloman is a musician and composer based in the musical and artistic hotbed of Montréal, QC, Canada. With a background as a singer and guitarist in both Rock and Acoustic settings, he is fluent in several genres and often uses live instruments to give his tracks a special authenticity. You'll also find compelling examples of Jazz, Ambient, Electronic, Post-Rock, and other styles in Aaron's catalog. His music has appeared in films, ads, video games, and TV shows like NCIS (CBS), Jersey Shore (MTV), American Pickers (History Channel), The TO Show (VH1), and many more.
Aaron's music can be heard on Gone Too Far and Teen Cribs (MTV), Departures (Outdoor Life Network, Nat Geo Adventure), Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo), The Bitter End (Canadian web show), Get a Life/Grouille-Toi (TVOntario), The Imploders (TLC), Party Down (Starz), Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best (WE tv), Chris and John to the Rescue (OutTV, MTV Logo), and Gourmet Adventures with Ruth (PBS), to name just a few.
In the gaming world, Aaron was the composer on the PSN/Mac/PC versions of Critter Crunch (Best Downloadable Game, 2010 Canadian Video Game Awards), as well as American Idol Mobile 1 and 2. He collaborated in the sound FX creation for the highly anticipated Gravity Ghost (to be released 2014).
Aaron has also produced recordings by Lukas Grant, Eleanore Altman, Lakeport Auto Electric, Stephanie Jones (feat. Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding on bass), James Blondeau, and more.
He has a B. Mus (Summa Cum Laude) in Music Production & Engineering from Berklee College of Music. He has lived and worked in Ottawa, Boston, and Montréal.
Gritty electric blues in the windy city style. Flashy electric lead guitar builds over a slamming rhythm section. Great for ads about trucks, beer, liquor, and working hard, retro Chicago documentaries, and classic Americana. Instrumental, Blues, Chicago Blues
Classic Chicago style electric blues with lead guitar. The band lays back for the first cycle, building to a big climax on the repeat. Walking bass, 12/8 swing time, wailing bent strings - this track has all the ingredients. Perfect for Chicago cityscapes, classic Americana, and rural reality TV. Instrumental, Blues, Chicago Blues