People | Aaron K. Gray – the blessed voice

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🇺🇸 AARON K. GRAY
Last Update: 02-22


Aaron K. Gray is a Singer/Songwriter from Delray Beach, Florida.

Aaron Kendall Gray was raised in Delray Beach Florida, the youngest of six children, and with both his father being a pastor, and mother a choir director, Gospel has been a huge influence in Aaron’s life. He began singing in church at the age of 5, and at the tender age of 7 he had his first solo, leading the church choir in a rendition of I’m Looking for a Miracle by the Clark Sisters. He recorded his first track aged 14 called “Hang on in There”, but it was never released, however in 2001 he released the R & B album titled “Body Rain”, and his rich vocals brought him to the attention of the music world.

Junior White and Noelle Barbera first noticed Aaron singing in a chapel in Manhattan, and they became friends. Subsequently, in 2014 Junior suggested linking up with himself, Noelle Barbera, and Tony J Humphries which resulted in the much acclaimed Soulful/Gospel House hit ‘Wonder Why’.

This in turn led to a collaboration with Graham ‘Knox’ Frazier and Scott Wozniak which resulted in the release of ‘Hallelujah’, ‘That Feeling’ and ‘ Remind Myself’. Aaron has also worked with Josh Emman (AriesAudio) on ‘Everybody’, Marc Tasio and Giulio Bonnacio on ‘Funky Praise’.

He has performed with some of the world’s top Gospel artists such as Vickie Winans, John P. Kee, Donnie McClurkin, and Karen Clark Sheard to name a few. Aaron’s career continues to gain momentum as his heavenly soulful vocal talent captures the attention of the music world. He is a spiritual, kind and determined man who has the natural flair and ability to entertain crowds the world over.

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