Meet Aaron Norcross, Jr.
In September of 2006 Aaron Jr. started taking lessons at a local music store in Wareham Ma. armed with a Red Fender Squire, same color as Pete Townshend guitar. He wanted to be just like Pete, the windmills and jumps. The first song he learned on that Red Stratocaster was Pinball Wizard.
In 2008 he began playing local bars and clubs as a warm-up act for various bands around the South Coast. Aaron Jr. knew this is what he wanted to do. He found a guitar teacher who influenced him heavily into Blues/Rock . He wanted to try to write songs to record in the studio and over the next four years he continued to work on the fret board.
In April of 2012 that became a reality, he went into the Kid Charlemagne studio in Falmouth Ma. with 5 songs and over the next three months he recorded two covers and four originals, one being an instrumental. The 1st song he wrote “Day to Day” got some airplay in September on “Wide World of Blues” with Peter Black on WATD Radio 95.9 FM in Marshfield Ma.
March of 2013 Aaron Norcross Jr and the Old Dogs with Richard Buck on drums and vocals and Michael Preston on bass was born. From classic to contemporary blues and rockabilly the band can be seen playing all over New England.
From searing blues to rockabilly- Aaron Norcross Jr. is on a mission to spread the word.
To be continued……