Aaron LaVigne & The DownTown Crowd

Aaron LaVigne & The DownTown Crowd

 New York City, New York, USA
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Simply put, we're fun. The vocal stylings of Jeff Buckley, Jason Mraz, Paul McCartney, and Marvin Gaye meet the rhythms of Sublime, Jack Johnson, and Bill Withers. A random combination of influences that cannot be denied with an energy that infects a room.

Biography

Aaron LaVigne is a singer/songwriter/ actor based out of New York City. Aaron is currently performing in Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. He was also recently seen onstage in the revival of the hit musical RENT Off-Broadway. Aaron's upcoming EP, 'Call Your Mom,' is set to drop in the fall of 2013. His first LP, The DownTown Crowd, is available on iTunes.

As a soloist, Aaron won $10K at famecast.com for the Season 4 Singer/Songwriter Contest with his track "Detroit Song." Aaron and his band, The DownTown Crowd, was recently chosen to play to play The U.S. Open Tennis Grand Slam at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. Other acclaimed performances in NYC including The Knitting Factory, Mercury Lounge, The Bitter End, National Underground, and Rockwood Music Hall to name a few. When not working on Broadway, Aaron and his band are fortunate to perform nationally from coffee shops and clubs to concert halls and casinos throughout The United States.

Discography

"Call Your Mom" (future release 2013)

"The DownTown Crowd" released 2010

Famecast.com $10k fan vote winner 2007 "Detroit Song"

Set List

Cincinnati is always great to us. We recently toured there on an LP release caravan to packed houses at The Redmoor and Jefferson Hall. I graduated from NKU with a BFA and have been a working actor/songwriter in NYC since. The Band? We're fun. Midpoint will be awesome to play. Love the hometown.

We can 1 to 3 hours for a live show. Since we're a singer/songwriter based grou, we can do a full band including a Violin, 2 Guitars, bass, drums, and vocs. Or dumb it down to an acoustic set. Whatever's clever, its all part of our set.