Ragtime troubadour Aaron Beaumont adds more dates, kicks off tour and offers a new song!

With a piano-centered aesthetic and a cache of tunes that are a synthesis of 1920s ragtime pop,

Beatles-like melodies and nods to Tom Waits, Aaron Beaumont
is ready to bring his cleverly daring songs to you live!

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Full tour dates are below, check out when he’s coming to you!

For a taste of what you’ll get on the road,
For a taste of what you’ll get on the road, check out this captivating live version of “Those Were The Days” HERE!

Kicking off with shows in his newly adopted home state of California,
Aaron has a series of dates to showcase the melodic songcraft from
his debut album Nothing’s Forever (Not Even Goodbye).

Check out a live video of the charming, rollicking video for “Julia” here.

Live, from the John Jones Song Salon, here is the lovely “Traffic.”

Aug 20 – Sue’s Coffee Roasting Company – Gilroy, CA
Aug 22 – The Starry Plough – Berkeley, CA
Aug 25 – Mr Spot’s Chai House – Seattle, WA
Aug 27 – The East Burn – Portland, OR
Aug 28 – The Pink Door – Seattle, WA
Aug 29 – Langley Summer Music Series – Langley, WA
Sept 1 – Fitger’s Brewhouse – Duluth, MN
Sept 2 – Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA
Sept 3 – Just Good Listening Room – Rockford, IL
Sept 5 – The Fine Line – Minneapolis, MN
Sept 7 – High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI
Sept 10 – Andrews University – Berrien Springs, MI
Sept 11 – Hookah Joe’s – Asheville, NC
Sept 13 – House Concert – Savannah, GA
Sept 15 – The Basement – Nashville, TN
Sept 18 – The Meadowlark – Lincoln, NE
Sept 19 – Riverside Perk – Wichita, KS
Sept 21 – The Walnut Room – Denver, CO
Sept 27 – The Blue Lamp – Sacramento, CA
Oct 1 – Lestat’s – San Diego, CA
Oct 6 – La Sierra University – Riverside, CA
Oct 8 – The Hotel Cafe – Los Angeles, CA

Maybe, just maybe, a new Elton John might be just what the doctor ordered, someone who can bring a new life to the ancient music-hall/pop piano-man tradition, with clear-headed songs of genuinely witty lyrical oomph and, most of all, a historically informed musical depth…Your candidate for such a new contender might very well be one Aaron Beaumont. – John Payne, L.A. Weekly

Optimistic, heartfelt and slightly quirky, Beaumont stands out in the sea of singer-songwriters who descend upon dark bars in Manhattan. – New York Cool

I’m absolutely blown away by this man’s music right now. The man creates piano-based soul-tinged songs that ooze with a revivalism of older composing values while yet staying timeless. – The Lemur Blog


A synthesis of 1920s ragtime pop and melodic songcraft reminiscent of the Beatles, along with nods to Tom Waits, Ben Folds and Elliott Smith, Aaron delivers a piano-centered aesthetic that is at once daring and refreshing. The young troubadour completed degrees in Economics, Spanish, and Literature before concluding that the world did not need A) a well-read bilingual economist; B) an economically savvy Spanish novelist; or C) yet another singer-songwriter. And he’s none of the above. Indeed, Aaron’s lush, timeless songs are anything but typical singer-songwriter fare.

A crowd favorite at his home base, the Hotel Cafe, his musical pedigree ranges from performing piano concertos with an orchestra to playing trumpet in a jazz quartet to touring the U.S. and Europe in a rock band. And that was just the first 25 years. The next 25 are even more promising.

Aaron released his debut album, Nothing’s Forever (Not Even Goodbye) on Milan Records in October 2008, and has since received play on tastemaker radio station 89.9 KCRW. The artist is fresh off successful East Coast and European tours, backed by tour press, radio, and retail efforts, as well as continued online viral promotion, and plans to continue touring nationally through 2009.

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For Press Contact Christen Thomas @ Daffodil Publicity- christen@daffodilpublicity.com

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