Based with pride in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Aaron Adair is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and musician.

Aaron’s first full-length solo album, Aanalog, has recently been nominated for the 2014 Western Canadian Music Awards’ Urban Recording of the Year! On the warm and groovy Aanalog record, Aaron explores his musical influences to define his own sound. Featuring vintage instruments, infectious melodies, deep bass and drums, and a feel-good horn section, listeners will dig the old-school R&B, soul, and funk vibes.

Aaron’s live show is multi-faceted. He performs solo, in a stripped down duo, a full-bodied quartet, and in a warm, funky, feel-good 7-piece soul revue show.

Aaron’s music is complimented by his passion for education.  He received his Master’s degree in Curriculum Studies from the University of Saskatchewan in the spring of 2013.

As a thyroid cancer patient, Aaron has been actively sharing his stories in order to spread awareness. He has been an interviewee on CTV Morning Live, a mentor to students, and a blogger. Aaron has also organized cancer fundraisers and is a regular performer at Saskatoon's Choc La Cure fundraising gala.