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Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Articles, Music, Paris Live | 0 comments

Aaron Sandoval Band Performs for Paris, Texas

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Now I see why Ft. Worth, Texas has a massively booming music scene! Paris, Texas had a taste of it as Aaron Sandoval lit up the Crosswire stage and made new fans. Opening the the show was a friend of the Sandoval family named Tyler James. This guy fired up the crowd with a handful of familiar cover tunes like “Two Dozen Roses by Shenandoah and “Time Marches On” by Tracy Lawrence. His originals are beautifully influenced by 90s country our favorite of the set was called “You Always Have a Home”. He also invited a hopeful artist up on stage named Breanna for a melodic “Whiskey Lullaby” duet. Tyler’s intro was the perfect prelude to the headlining act. The Aaron Sandoval Band was last seen by the IPT crew when we covered a story on Jeremy Phifer at the Thirsty Throwdown in Ft. Worth. The band came in as runner up even though it was a hard decision for the judges. We had to get them to Paris for all to see. They boys powered through a guitar driven list of music that had the club swinging! We have been spinning a couple of originals on Paris Live Open Mic and it was magical to have them perform in our home town. Our favorite song in of the night was “Call You Lonely”. The song is just one of the many masterpieces inside their current record entitled “Music & Mileage” which is a must have in your country collection. The Aaron Sandoval Band has the ability to pick you up off of your stool and sweep you onto the dance-floor. We can’t wait to hear the next recordings slated to begin release after the first of 2014.

Watch the video clip from the performance…

Find Aaron Sandoval here…

Check out Tyler James…





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