29 January 1985|
|Label||Two Gentlemen, Discograph|
Anna Aaron (born 29 January 1985 in Basel;) is a Swiss singer-songwriter and pianist. Her music described the virus as "folk whose bandwidth ranges from melodic over bleak up dramatically.".
Anna Aaron grew in England, Asia and New Zealand. She studied German literature and philosophy and began her musical career in a band. In 2009 she published the Lausanne Label Two Gentlemen with the EP I'll Dry Your Tears Little Murderer her debut as a solo artist, she had recorded with musician friends. In February 2011, the single was followed by King Of The Dogs, with airplay among other DRS 3. Her debut album, which came out in August, entitled Dogs in Spirit. 2009 and 2010 Anna Aaron was nominated for the Basler Pop price of RFV Basel, 2011, she won him eventually. Also in 2010, she was awarded the main prize of the "Regio sound credit".
- 2009: I'll Dry Your Tears Little Murderer (EP)
- 2011: King of the Dogs (Single)
- 2011: Dogs in Spirit (Album)
- 2014: Neuro (Album)