I just wanted to let all you Duke City Fix friens of mine to know that my music website is now up. This is a website focused on the performance side of my career. Sign my guestbook and tell me what you think. I appreciate all of you and I look forward to hearing from you. The link is guitaraaron.com
Music Videos, What I would really like to work on all day. I know have my promotional materials for my new cd space travel. The cd is in my hand and I am working now on full promotion. Getting it into local stores and online first. Then radio stations, and finally stores outside of NM.
Ladders my video making will be interupted as I have to return a ladder.
Teenagers. Everythings fine in school mom as long you don't check up on me and find out Im failing half of my classes… Continue
Added by aaron lewis on September 22, 2008 at 10:32am —
So...being a New Mexican means the worst I've had to deal with natural disaster-wise is knowing that ditches are deadly (STAY AWAY!) and that dust gets caught in your throat sometimes when it's windy. When the news reports said Hurricane Ike was going to dump a bunch of rain and blow us all around a lot here in Austin, I didn't know what to do. So instead of buying bottled water and granola bars, my buddy Katie and I decided to have a hurricane party. We bought diet Coke and hummus and decided… Continue
With artists like Katy Perry and Charlotte Sometimes busting through the music scene with outrageous styles and controversial lyrics, they're definitely turning some heads - good and bad.
When you hear Katy Perry's name, the automatic response is the "oh that's the 'I Kissed A Girl' chick." Katy has been on the scene much longer. Her first album was released in 2001 under the name Katy Hudson, and years later, her song "Simple" appeared on the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 1 soundtrack… Continue
I’m up too late on a Saturday night (for reasons of insomnia, not fun) and feel too groggy to throw on some clothes and walk a few blocks down the street to the Church of Beethoven this Sunday morning.
On Friday I made it out to Hunab Hookah for a little bit to catch some of The Acids and Basses electro jam, with guest F/M from Santa Fe. Trippy, Ambient and experimental, quite enjoyable to just sit back and listen to. F/M consisted of two technicians, Martin Back and Frank Rolla, a lute, two macbooks and a contraption which I will name the "random paddle", a large standing instrument with many wooden paddles jutting from it, and small motors which randomly would cause a hammer mallet to play… Continue
I just got back from the Agency's Record Swap, and I had a lot of fun at it. It was nice to walk in and see quite a few people at tables with their big boxes and stacks of vinyl set up, as well as record players, books, and various other wares for sale. Raven Chacon of SickSickSick distribution was there, with his mass of noise and experimental music in tow, as well as my friend Adric and his many boxes of vinyl. I walked away with about 15 new records, and I know I need to go down there next… Continue
Thought I'd share some of my original music along with some jazz standards.
I actually recorded these a while ago at Dead Horse studio in Taos. At the time I was playing with an excellent guitarist, David Hale, who has since moved on.
I'd love to find someone to play with again -- not just an accompanist, but someone who really digs the music and knows a little about it. Hey. I can produce charts, but you have to want to play the tune.…
On Sunday morning I woke up late, threw on jeans and a sweater, and dashed down 4th Street to check out one of the newest happenings in Barelas – the Church of Beethoven. Last week I stumbled upon this story in the Daily Lobo, and promised myself the next time I was in… Continue
Now that Albuquerque has been so very kind as to limit venues that allow smoking (when I smoke in public – I like the Albuquerque Press Club) my husband and I were hoping to spend some of the disposable income we enjoy (we have no children! nah nah nah!) on going once more to the clubs that once -along time ago in a era called ‘college’ we enjoyed several times a week.
Now, once in a very great while (if the Red Elvises or Dread Zeppelin come to town) or someone we know is having an event… Continue
If you like underground hip hop, then you will definitely like Razor Jaw. Representing Albuquerque, Razor Jaw exemplifies what true underground hip hop is all about. Lyrical geniuses, their music portrays themes of life, death, and the struggle. Razor Jaw started in 2001 and has played shows at several local establishments including the Launchpad, Sol Arts, and Apple Sauce. The members include Phillie Blade,… Continue