After traveling back and forth from Alberta, Canada for many years, young singer-songwriter Aaron Goodvin moved to Nashville in 2010 with big dreams to launch his music career. Hard work and dedication working with producer Eddie Gore and co-writing with songwriters like Cole Swindell and Adam Sanders led Aaron to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music in 2013.
You may have heard "Out Like That" on Luke Bryan's Crash My Party album, or "Carolina Eyes" on Scotty McCreery's See You Tonight? He's also had cuts by Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, at least 40 artists in Canada, and most recently on Canaan Smith's album Bronco. The works of Aaron Goodvin have been buzzing around Nashville and the Row, and we like what were hearing.