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Multi-Platinum Songwriter/Producer Aaron Scherz

Sep 13, 2022

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Hit Songwriter/Producer Aaron Scherz always knew he was going to do something “different”, but he couldn’t have imagined that “different” would involve a multi-platinum Songwriting career! Aaron shares his musical journey, songwriting process and the magic of chasing a hit song.

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“Signs and Wonders” Written by: Paul deMarco : Website, Bill O’Hanlon : Website, and Lucy LeBlanc : Instagram

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