Small City Saints
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Small City Saints


Band Alternative Singer/Songwriter


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2006- Self titled Aaron Allen
White Lights
Why Try
A Girl
I'm Gonna Miss Her
Worth It
All I Need
She Walks
In the Morning
Hard Life

2007- Aaron Allen and the Small city saints
Go On Girl
A Good Friend
In Her Eyes
Tonight, You'll Be Sleeping Alone
Hey Radio
Two More Days

2009 - A place called hell
No One Knows
A Place Called Hell
New Blues
Moving On
Oh My Lord
A Song For Her
Black Eye
I Woke Up Today
Woman So Fine
A Light's Always On
You and Me

2010 - Aaron Allen - IV
The Fall
Take Me Home
Don't Look Back
The Darkside
Changing My Direction

2012- Small City Saints
Not built that way
Take it out on me
All alone
Big Smoke City
Older now


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Small City Saints are a Canadian alt-country/blues/acoustic/rock singer-songwriter. Driven by influences such as Neil Young, Ryan Adams and Bob Dylan, Aaron's (front man) approach to writing music starts from the power of his lyrics which are sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes straight up rock and roll, but always true to his heart and honest. Aaron believes in making music that is timeless and continues to carve out his place in the music industry to ensure a long career in doing what he loves.

There are five member's in Small City Saints Aimee Allen, Myles Allen, Aaron Allen, Tom Vandeven and Keegen Panjer. They have been a band off and on for ten years. There new ep is self titled to let people know they are back and here to stay. The new cd is by far there best work to date. It was recored and produced by Matt Grady in London On at Emac studios.

SCS music can be heard nationally on the Canadian late night talk show J.R. Diggs Man with a Van including writing the theme song "Man with a Van" along with many other sketch songs and music bits. Dedicating an entire episode to The Saints enabled them to showcase a live version of the rockabilly/blues song "Moving On" as well as his first television interview.

Aaron's album "Aaron Allen & the Small City Saints" landed a spot on CHRW's "Top 100 Albums of 2008" and received a nomination for CHRW's "Local Indie Album of the Year" the same year. His music continues to gain airplay on radio stations across Canada and has charted as high as #1 in cities such as London, Guelph, Quebec, Windsor and Calgary. Aaron's 3rd album A place Called hell did even better and went all the way to number one on CHRW's music charts.

Hope's for the new cd are major mainstream radio play for the single " Take it out on me". The ep has just been released and College/mainstream radio are already playing it. Things look bright and just keep getting better.