“As a musician, I am a fan of great music regardless of genre. Aaron’s music leans toward my natural bluegrass inclinations, but it’s his creativity and versatility that keeps me fully engaged. As a listener, music can be fun, but can also connect at a deeper level and convey something worthwhile. Music that matters does both. Thank you Aaron Bibelhauser.” - Chris Joslin, Executive Director
— Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Producer. Radio Host.
Aaron Bibelhauser is a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist from Louisville, KY. In addition to writing songs recorded by award winning bluegrass artists including Balsam Range, Del McCoury Band, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, and Dale Ann Bradley, he's taken first place in the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest at Merlefest and earned a nomination for the IBMA's prestigious Song Of The Year Award. An accomplished solo recording artist, radio broadcaster, producer, and session player, Bibelhauser also fronts the Kentucky based bluegrass band, Relic, along with his twin brother, Adam.
“Out here in Colorado we think of our bluegrass scene as deeply connected to the roots of the genre but like a tree transplanted to the wide-open spaces, a little more free and a little more wild. “Let’s Make A Memory”, the latest single from Kentucky native, Aaron Bibelhauser, was recorded largely in his hometown, and mixed here on the front range. Listening to the track, which includes Will Owen Gage and Sam Bush as featured guests, Bibelhauser’s vocal reflects the storyline of a fading love affair with a touch of resignation and regret, while avoiding pity. This is what bluegrass music can sound like when you take down arbitrary fences and trust the musicians to let the roots grow.” - Kevin Slick, President
— Colorado Bluegrass Music Society