Son Little performs on Creator Sessions from a Church Basement in Queens, NY
This week Creator Sessions is back and we are joined by one of Haley’s favorite artists. His music is the kind that you put on when you just want to vibe. It is the perfect mix between inspired blues, R&B, and a little soul. Aaron Earl Livingston is more commonly known as, Son Little, and he joins us from the basement of his father's church in Queens for this Creator Session. Earlier this year Aaron released his newest album, Aloha. The record was produced at an iconic Paris studio and written in only eight days. He said this about that process. “Letting go can be a scary prospect. But there’s beauty in it, too. Everything you leave behind opens up space for something new in your life .”
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