Aaron Watson Returns to the Road

Aaron Watson Returns to the road following vocal hiatus. Read HERE

Saving Country Music: Unwanted Man Album Review


Aaron Watson: People Magazine Exclusive

Aaron Watson has never not sung.

But that's exactly where the country music troubadour from Texas currently finds himself as he releases his much-anticipated new album Unwanted Man.



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Aaron's latest album, American Soul, is OUT NOW! Click HERE to listen!

PEOPLE Magazine Premieres "Boots"

People Magazine has the exclusive premiere of Aaron's song "Boots" from his upcoming album, American Soul.

Listen to "Boots" and read Aaron's full interview HERE.


Aaron's forthcoming album, American Soul is now available for pre-order! The album will be available digitally on January 8 and physically on February 5.

Visit the online store to pre-order bundles that include exclusive American Soul merchandise. Vinyl copies can be added on to any package for just $15! Shop bundles HERE.

When you pre-order the album digitally, you'll get 4 tracks instantly. Pre-order via your preferred digital retailer HERE.

Watch Now! "Whisper My Name" Acoustic

Aaron & the boys sat down to record an acoustic version of "Whisper My Name" - watch now!

Private Zoom Concerts - Get On The List for September Shows!

Aaron is still hosting weekly private Zoom Concerts for a limited number of fans! Get all the details and get on the list for an upcoming show HERE.

Now Booking Private Virtual Events

If you have a virtual event coming up, Aaron would love to be a part of it! Company meetings, conferences, proposals are just a few of the recent virtual events he's booked. Fill out the form HERE and we'll be in touch with more details.

[Taste of Country] Aaron Watson is Joining the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

Aaron Watson is part of the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame's Class of 2020. The Lone Star State-based singer-songwriter will join the hall early next year.

Watson has been named the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame's 2020 Spirit of Texas Award honoree. He calls the recognition "hard to put into words," but humbling.

"If I can look back and think of the two things that have defined my career more than anything else — it’s Texas and cowboys," the "Bluebonnets" singer says in a statement. "I’ve always said my music isn’t about honors and awards, but this one is special."


The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame recognizes "individuals who have shown excellence in competition, business and support of rodeo and the western lifestyle in Texas," a press release explains. Watson's fellow 2020 inductees include eight-time Women's Professional Rodeo Association World Champion Lari Dee Guy; husband-and-wife philanthropists and Moncrief Ranch managers Charles and Kit Moncrief; the Priefert Family, a family of farm, ranch and rodeo equipment manufacturers; and former Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Chairman of the Board, former American Quarter Horse Association president and Texas A&M Equine Initiative Development Committee member R.H. Steve Stevens Jr.

The 2020 Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place at Billy Bob's Texas on Jan. 16, ahead of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. A silent auction, cocktail hour and dinner are all part of the big night. Ticket proceeds benefit the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and Museum's education programs and efforts to preserve the Western lifestyle.

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[BMI] Hitmaker Aaron Watson Celebrates 20 Years of Making — and Releasing — Music His Way

Aaron Watson learned about the power of music at a young age. His father, a Vietnam War veteran, sought comfort in music, and Aaron grew up listening to his dad’s records, gaining an early appreciation for songcraft and strong melodies. He started penning his own songs at a young age, and subsequently built a following by releasing his albums independently and tirelessly playing live shows.