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Aaron Emerson | Fanfare for the Common Man

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Fanfare for the Common Man

by Aaron Emerson

Aaron Emerson interprets this classical track into a melodic and ambient journey.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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I was introduced to music at a very young age by my father who knew a thing or two about piano playing and was encouraged to learn a progressive rock version of 'Chopsticks' in 7..8 from the age of 5 or 6. After my left hand fell off I decided to play the guitar in the hope of picking up more chicks that way. After a few disastrous attempts, my mates at school said they needed a keyboard player for their band, so I switched back and we formed our first band, Curfew. The first cover we ever played was Booker T and the MG's version of 'Green Onions'. We stayed as Curfew for 5 years or so, before forming Buzztonic and got picked up by a record label. We enjoyed some success with the release of 'Prime Time People', now available on eBay for the bargain price of £1.99. (Hell, the record label's got to get their money back somehow!) but the band didn't last long after the label got bought out by a larger company. I began sessioning and worked with such acts as The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Lene Lovich, and I played on the live album, 'Eclectic' with Big Country. I later went on to join a band called DON who were already signed and after completing a tour of the States the band split up and I moved to California in 2000. I continued playing and did a few gigs up and down Sunset Strip, (my father was my roadie at a couple) before returning to England in 2003. I have continued recording and playing live, and now live on the south coast of England with my wife Jo, and my sons Ethan and Zac.



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