Melbourne singer songwriter Aaron Schembri has released his current single “It’s Not Goodbye”. The song reflects his thoughts on 2020 and the Covid disaster that unfolded.

Aaron says “In early April, I realised the effect that the pandemic was having on the music industry and how brutal it was going to be. I was totally affected by it like so many musicians across the world. Once I had finished writing the song, I felt this anthem vibe to it he adds”.

The 27 year old has already clocked up over a decade of performing experience with his first gig at the tender age of 15 playing rock n roll in Melbourne’s inner city pubs. Furthermore, his resume to date includes an impressive list of Australia’s biggest music acts he has worked with in the years that have followed. Who wouldn’t like to throw around these names over a quiet drink – Renee Geyer, Ross Hannaford (R I P) Ross Wilson, Russell Morris, Kevin Borich, Mike Rudd, Normie Rowe and more.? Yes more!

If that doesn’t prick your interest then check out his new video and see which other familiar faces drop by to lend a helping hand.

When they talk of having the “complete package“, Aaron certainly has got the goods to get to that next level that they speak of. (whatever that means). He sings and plays extra well, there’s a great sense of confidence, writes his own songs and maybe one might say, there’s even a little Urban “esque” in him? For Aaron however, it’s all about remaining happy with what he does and being able to connect through his music. He enjoys continuing to learn and being inspired. That’s his biggest thrill. Oh, and he’s a very humble individual too. Take a listen to my 10 min chat with him on Casey Radio 97.7FM.

Way to go Mate!

For more info about Aaron check out the following links –

Rob Foenander
The Melbourne Observer
The Local Paper
Casey Radio 97.7FM –“ Monday Morning Mix” 9-11am

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