Aaron Mclain is a multi talented musician, singer, songwriter, producer and composer who studied at Dick Groove School of Music in Los Angeles. He is an L.A. native who has worked with some of the hottest names in the business.

Aaron has electrified audiences as a guitarist traveling the world with and recorded for the likes of Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Tears for Fears singer Oleta Adams, Patti LaBelle, Terrance Trent Darby, Boys Don't Cry, Beto Cuevas, music director for Rebbie Jackson and currently lead guitarist for the hit pop group Air Supply, among others. Mclain has performed with artist on many TV shows including, Marc Anthony Live at Madison Garden HBO Special, The Tonight Show, Saturday Night Live, Today Show 07', Latin Billboard Awards 2006, Victoria Secret Fashion Awards 2003, Winter Olympics 2002, Marc Anthony CBS Special 2002, Grammy Awards 2002, Miss Universe 2002, Billboard Awards 2002, Blockbuster Awards 2000, Gloria Estefan Special, Mad TV, Rosie O'Donell, The View, Craig Kilborn, and many more.

Just recently Aaron received a Latin Grammy for his guitar work on the 2013 Beto Cuevas Album "Transformacion", which won in the "Best Pop/Rock Album" category. As a composer, Aaron scored the music for the film "Convincing Clooney", has written spots for Fox Sports, an Oakley Sunglasses Ad, the opening theme for Beta TV, and just recently recorded an Urban Guitar & Bass Loop Set for Native Instruments, as well as many Loops Sets for P5 Audio.

Aaron has also produced and co-written many tracks for Indy artist. Including the hot dance track "Candy Girl" set to be released in Germany in the Summer of 2014. Because of Aaron's experience in working with and producing artist in so many genres, he's able to transition from style to style with ease as a composer and musician. Aaron is also a solo artist who has released the 2009 CD "Saturn" on Soul Unique Records, and is currently writing and recording music for his new CD. "Playing guitar and creating music is when I'm most comfortable," he says. "I try to paint a perfect picture, an idealized situation, while staying centered and grounded every step of the way.