Singer-Songwriter and Nashville Artist “JB Aaron”, was born the youngest of 6 siblings from Niagara Falls, NY. JB was a 15 year firefighter and medical technician in the Town of Niagara with the Active Hose Fire Department.
His singing career started 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. JB has performed for the Niagara Falls, New York Festival of Lights, and has also been on the Televised show of the Niagara Falls Firefighters Toy Fund Telethon for approximately 10 years straight, along with performing for the elderly at Nursing Homes, Cancer Centers, and Hospitals, JB has also performed for multiple charity events and fundraisers, including the American Diabetes Association, and the American Cancer Society. JB soon after found his calling for Country Music, as he shared the stage with National acts such as; Miranda Lambert, Mark Wills, Low Cash Cowboys, Gloriana, Frankie Ballard, Brian McComas, Wayde Hayes, Jeff Carson and many more.
JB’s travels and engagements have been across the Country, including Las Vegas, Santa Monica Beach, CA, Pennsylvania to Delaware, and even parts of Canada. Over a 4 year period, JB sang with the well-established “JB Aaron and Slo-burn” band, and maintained a loyal following throughout their tenure, filling local establishments and music venues. JB was also the lead vocalist of a Rock group for approximately 2 years called “The Black Star Project” performing in multiple venues across the Western New York region.
JB has relocated to the Nashville area where he is pursuing his career in Country Music. JB has been found performing at the world renowned “Tootsies Orchid Lounge”, and many other venues on Music City’s famed Broadway avenue in downtown Nashville like; Whiskey Bent Saloon, Bootleggers Inn and many others.
“I owe all my accomplishments to my parents and God. My parents are two wonderful people that I love dearly, and have the deepest gratitude for their support of my dreams. When I was at the Grand Ole Opry, I remember seeing a sign on a door that said “There ain't nothing in the world today, that me and the Lord can’t handle tomorrow!” (Roy Accuff)
JB’s passion for singing and performing, inspires him to continue to Entertain and Support the Country music industry, sharing his love of the music with the world for as long as he can.