Aaron Graham was born 1972, in Lisburn Northern Ireland. He is married and has two children.
Aaron grew up in Christian home with his dad being the Pastor of his local church. He always had a passion for singing from an early age. Aaron sang when his dad took services in Churches in Northern Ireland. His first recording which was basically unheard of was recorded in 2003. This recording contained three songs written by Aaron. He began singing at various youth events and singing alongside artists from the USA such as the Mid-South Boys and English singer Paul Wheater. This opened up many opportunities for his singing.
Then in 2010 he recorded his first self-penned album “Anointed”, which is still available as a download and also in CD format. “Anointed” contains 9 songs, some of which have been played on UCB radio and sung in many churches. Aaron is currently a worship leader at his home church in Belfast.
The Latest project to hit stores is called "Not About Us" released in the later part of 2017 has had many radio hits on radio stations in the US UK Nigeria 4 top 10 radio singles includes the latest song "Nothing Compares to You", Aaron is not only a singer but also a songwriter and performs original material besides other songs. Now with over 35 stations across the globe playing his music. As a performer you get an honest passionate and lively individual each performance id different and unique.
Be sure to check out a very unique singer. Aaron is available for a single to band performance and Leading Worship at events. Aaron recently signed with US record label Raven Faith Records.
Scott Wesley Brown International Singer Songwriter in Christian Music Love Aaron's music, heart & spirit! This is album is a real must listen.
This is a trans-Atlantic project, with Belfast-based worship leader and singer/songwriter Aaron and Brazil-based musician/producer Felipe Gonzalez combining to produce a quality 10-track album. The opening track, "Cry Out" (released as a single) has a steady, insistent rhythm which slows at the bridge, "Send your power (x3) on us," as Aaron cries to God to assist persecuted believers. "Heal This Land" brings 2 Chronicles 7:14 (a Scripture used as a church rallying call in recent years) to life as Aaron expands its message to increase its contemporary application. Musically there are references to other artists in both Aaron's singing (shades of Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and Dan Heseltine of Jars Of Clay on "He's Alive") and his guitar playing (Brian May-style riffs on the title track and Thin Lizzy and punk rock-style riffs on "Proclaiming Jesus"). But such eclecticism works well and his interpretations of classic gospel songs "What A Friend" and "Your Amazing Grace" are particular standouts. Having listened to this album on my car CD player for several weeks without tiring of its lively and engaging content I have nothing but praise that Messrs Graham and Gonzalez have delivered an album which in terms of quality stands up against record label releases made for far bigger budgets.