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About Aaron Dessner

Aaron Dessner is a New York based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer, and member of the Grammy Award-nominated band The National. Outside of his work with The National, Aaron has made a name for himself as an influential producer, working with a myriad of acclaimed musicians. Most recently, Aaron produced Frighted Rabbits forthcoming album "Painting Of A Panic Attack" and worked as an associate producer on Mumford & Sons’ new album, "Wilder Mind," which came out in May 2015. He also recently produced This Is The Kit’s "Bashed Out" (2015); The Lone Bellow’s "Then Came the Morning" (2015); and Australian band Luluc’s album "Passerby" (2014), which received rave reviews and was featured on many best album of the year lists.

Other production credits include Local Natives’ "Hummingbird" (2013); Sharon Van Etten’s "Tramp" (2012); Doveman’s "The Conformist" (2009) and the Red Hot Organization’s AIDS charity compilation "Dark Was The Night" (2009), on which Aaron collaborated with his brother Bryce. The record features exclusive recordings and collaborations and has raised over 2 million dollars for AIDS charities. On May 20, 2016 the follow-up, "Day of the Dead," will be released on 4AD with all profits again going to the Red Hot Organization's mission to fight AIDS/ HIV and related health issues around the world. The album, which is a tribute to the songwriting and experimentalism of the Grateful Dead, took four years to record, features over 60 artists from varied musical backgrounds, 59 tracks and is almost 6 hours long. "Day of the Dead" was curated and produced by Aaron and his brother Bryce.

Aside from his work as a producer, Aaron is a co-founder and curator of the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, which will return to Wisconsin this summer, and Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, which took place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2012 and 2013. He is also a co-curator of the bi-annual Boston Calling Music Festival.
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About Aaron Dessner

Aaron Dessner is a New York based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer, and member of the Grammy Award-nominated band The National. Outside of his work with The National, Aaron has made a name for himself as an influential producer, working with a myriad of acclaimed musicians. Most recently, Aaron produced Frighted Rabbits forthcoming album "Painting Of A Panic Attack" and worked as an associate producer on Mumford & Sons’ new album, "Wilder Mind," which came out in May 2015. He also recently produced This Is The Kit’s "Bashed Out" (2015); The Lone Bellow’s "Then Came the Morning" (2015); and Australian band Luluc’s album "Passerby" (2014), which received rave reviews and was featured on many best album of the year lists.

Other production credits include Local Natives’ "Hummingbird" (2013); Sharon Van Etten’s "Tramp" (2012); Doveman’s "The Conformist" (2009) and the Red Hot Organization’s AIDS charity compilation "Dark Was The Night" (2009), on which Aaron collaborated with his brother Bryce. The record features exclusive recordings and collaborations and has raised over 2 million dollars for AIDS charities. On May 20, 2016 the follow-up, "Day of the Dead," will be released on 4AD with all profits again going to the Red Hot Organization's mission to fight AIDS/ HIV and related health issues around the world. The album, which is a tribute to the songwriting and experimentalism of the Grateful Dead, took four years to record, features over 60 artists from varied musical backgrounds, 59 tracks and is almost 6 hours long. "Day of the Dead" was curated and produced by Aaron and his brother Bryce.

Aside from his work as a producer, Aaron is a co-founder and curator of the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, which will return to Wisconsin this summer, and Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, which took place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2012 and 2013. He is also a co-curator of the bi-annual Boston Calling Music Festival.
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Genres:
Rock

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