Aaron Frosty Foster | Reaping the Blues

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Reaping the Blues

by Aaron Frosty Foster

"Reaping the Blues" is a song written by Cory T. Wharton. This track features- Aaron Foster- Lead Vocals/Guitar Leigh Gibson- Harmony Vocals Aynsley Porchak- Fiddle Brandon Green- Dobro/Banjo Jaime Carter- Bass Adam Steffey- Mandolin
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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Born in the small upstate New York town of Wells Bridge, it's very likely he would have never known what bluegrass music was if it wasn't for his grandparents, George & Etta Crawford. George & Etta traveled to many bluegrass festivals and events throughout the east coast. Many times they would take Aaron with them. Eventually Aaron asked for his first guitar Christmas of 2002 when he was just ten years old.

Soon Aaron was able to participate in jam sessions at these festivals and by doing so became acquainted with several other musicians. His grandparents purchased Aaron his first banjo when he was 12 years old and he began taking lessons with now good friend Dennis Crawford. Soon at the age of 14 festival promoter of the Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival, Candi Sawyer, asked Aaron to perform with her sons Adam & Matthew. The next year Aaron signed up for the Jenny Brook Kids Academy. It was at this time he met several peers that also played bluegrass music. Aaron made the decision to quit his high school football team his senior year to focus on his guitar playing. It was at this same time festival promoter Danny Stewart Sr. informed Aaron about a bluegrass program his son was enrolled in at East Tennessee State University. Aaron applied in October and was accepted in December. It was at ETSU that Aaron began to make several close friends who all performed and loved bluegrass music as much as he did.

Since enrolling at ETSU Aaron became a founding member of the Son Of Bluegrass, recorded an album with dear friends Isaac & Laura Mainer from the band Blue Edition, appeared in Bluegrass Unlimited magazine, and has taken over as director of the very same Jenny Brook Kids Academy he graduated from. It was also at ETSU where Aaron & Troy Boone first met in the halls before a band class meeting. It didn't take long for Aaron & Troy to hit it off and begin playing a lot of music together. Now Troy's first album "First Impressions" can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon, and CDbaby with Aaron playing guitar on all tracks.



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