Aaron OSwald

Aaron Oswald (born September 24, 1995) is an independent Singer-Songwriter and Producer, born and raised in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the highly regarded, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (Class of 2013) and received his Bachelors of Arts in Music from the California State University, Los Angeles in 2018. His interest in music came at a very young age of 5; performing at elementary school talent shows and musical theater shows.  He was part of a choir group in high school who sang background vocals for Josh Groban at a charity event. It was not until 10th grade, in a music technology class, that Aaron realized his true passion for writing, producing and performing music. After being a part of this class for three years, Aaron was soon able to utilize these skills to write, record, and produce his first EP, "Losing My Mind" before graduating from high school. He considers himself to be an indie artist, however, his musical influence varies. His style of songwriting is similar to that of Jason Mraz, Ingrid Michaelson, and Sara Bareilles.

In 2017, Aaron released his second EP, "Back To The Start" and has since performed and promoted the album at several venues throughout the Los Angeles Area. Since 2014, he has had the opportunity to perform at a variety of venues around LA including The House Of Blues, The Viper Room, The Mint, among others. Last year, Aaron held a monthly residency at Old Towne Pub in Pasadena. He released his album "Still The Same" in July of 2019. Aaron is almost always working on new material. In 2022, he released his album "a love song or two...". 

Currently, Aaron is working on playing more shows and writing new songs.