Aaron Lefebvre


Bio

A modern musician with a heart full of folk music, Aaron Lefebvre is an acoustic finger-style guitarist from Pittsburgh, PA. He grew up in the rural hills of Central and Southwestern Pennsylvania in a household where folk, blues, rock, and jazz were a constant presence in the air.  Blooming from his self-taught approach to acoustic guitar, his music combines traditional and folk guitar musings with modern finger-style techniques that follow a musical narrative to inspire the imagination.

Aaron has shared stages with guitarists such as Antoine Dufour, Craig D'Andrea, Peter Janson, Steve Davison, Ian Ethan Case, Daniel Bachman, Ryan Ayers, singer-songwriters Jess Klein, Carrie Elkin, Edward David Anderson, and bluegrass group, Della Mae.  He has also presented a guitar workshop at the University of Massachusetts Boston campus entitled, “The Art of Not Knowing,” an exploration of musical imagination and creative process.  You can see him in a multitude of settings including coffee shops, art galleries, weddings, house concerts, stage venues, and even his front porch on nice days.

 

Aaron's first full-length album, "Ghost Town Windows," is available on Amazon.com, iTunes, Spotify, and his Bandcamp page.  You can also find his music on YouTube, ReverbNation, and SoundCloud.



Booking: aaronlef@icloud.com 


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Praise

“A nice accompaniment to the calm in the evening serenity...” 

— Luisa, Fan
Lefebvre’s path toward this musical end has been effectively enhanced by evolving as a completely self-trained guitarist, thus managing to isolate himself from influences of the ‘outside’ guitar world. With no such distractions he’s been free to develop a self-reliant method of playing and composing music. Only a guitarist with such credentials could present a guitar workshop at a major university titled “The Art of Not Knowing”. Fresh musical air! Take a breath.
— Mark Bayer, Minor7th.com
“Aaron brings a certain musicality to his playing and compositions. In a world full of technically competent guitarists, Aaron’s dedication to the song works.”
— Steve Davison, Guitarist
“Your music is like rain.”

— Emma, Audience Member