Hailing from Denver, Colorado, today, on Guitaa Artist Centerstage, we have the lead vocalist of “Love Stallion” band, “Aaron Hart”. From loving the aura of pop and rock music to dancing and delivering energetic performances to the audiences, Aaron is one gem of a musician.
Let’s get to know more about this stupendous artist, how his journey into music began, about his vocal exercises, and many more
- Introduce yourself to our audience, what genre of music do you consider your work to be?
My name is Aaron Hart, and I am the lead singer of Love Stallion. We’re an original 80s-style glam rock band from here in Denver.
- What and who were your early passions and influences, What inspires you to make music?
My earliest influences were definitely The Beach Boys and Michael Jackson. I always loved pop and rock, dancing, and the energy that came from musical performance. There is no better feeling in the world.
- Tell us about that one memorable performance and favorite venue which you still wish to happen again?
We opened for Steel Panther at the Fillmore Auditorium here in Denver. We played to over 2000 people, and it was the biggest crowd to date. We rehearsed like crazy, and it couldn’t have gone better. The crowd was unbelievably fun and supportive, and we were on Cloud 9.
- Any funny story of a mess up during your performance where you handled that situation like nothing happened?
When I walked out at the Steel Panther show, I slipped and almost wiped out. I barely caught myself from falling off the stage. It was so obvious, but yea, you gotta roll with it, so I turned it into a silly dance move and got some laughs. We’ll have to find the video clip and post!
- If you could collaborate with any musicians(dead/alive), who would you collaborate with and why?
So many! My top would be Michael Jackson, Brian Wilson, Eddie Van Halen, Satchel / Russ Parrish (Steel Panther) Steve Clark (Def Leppard), Brian May (Queen), and of course, Freddie Mercury. Their music was so melodic, innovative, and transcended genres and cultures.
- Any Tips to keep the balance between professional and music life?
Read The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss – set your goals, learn some efficiency hacks, and get living like a rockstar.
- What has been your biggest challenge as a Musician? Have you been able to overcome that challenge? If so, how?
My biggest challenge was my vocals. When we started the band, I could barely sing my own songs, and couldn’t make it through a set without losing my voice. So, I found 2 of the best vocal coaches in the business: Kate Emerich & Dr Scott Martin. It has been almost 6 years of lessons & practice, I can sing well for hours and my range has increased almost a full octave.
- What Tools and techniques you use to improve your singing/instrumental playing?
Kate & Doc teach pelvic floor, which uses the whole body to sing. Kate is also a Voice Pathologist, and her inhalation phonation techniques have been incredibly helpful for me.
- What type of Gadgets and instruments do you use while practicing? And, Do you have any specific name of your instrument?
We love to be totally wireless, so we use Shure wireless guitar systems, monitors, and microphones. This lets us run around and not worry about tripping over tangled cords.
- What advice would you have for someone wanting to become an Artist?
Don’t stop believing!
So, this was the enigmatic vocalist Aaron Hart. Want to know how you can follow his band on social media? Then, click on the links below: