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Robert Aaron Net Worth is
$3 Million


Robert Aaron Quick Facts

Robert Aaron
Birth name Robert Aaron Vineberg
Born Montreal
Genres jazz
Occupation(s) musician
Instruments flute, saxophone, clarinet, piano, guitar, trumpet, bassoon, French horn
Labels Heavenly Sweetness

Robert Aaron Biography

Robert Aaron Vineberg (stage name Robert Aaron) is a Canadian jazz musician. According to John Leland of the New York Times "Mr. Aaron played flute, saxophone, clarinet and piano, then taught himself guitar, trumpet, bassoon, French horn and other instruments." He performed for rapper Wyclef Jean's band from 1998 to 2008. Robin Caulden of Press-Republican said "He's played with everybody — Afrika Bambataa, B52s, Blondie, Chic, David Bowie, Heavy D, James Chance and The Contortions, RZA, Stetsasonic, William Vivanco and Wu-Tang Clan." In 1981, he first started work with James Chance for the group James White and the Blacks; and has toured with him since in Europe and Japan. He played sax on David Bowie's 1983 hit "Let's Dance". In 2010, Aaron released his album Trouble Man, which Michael Daly of the Daily Beast called "artistically adventurous but commercially unsuccessful". Folk singer Eric Andersen, who used Aaron on several albums as a producer and performer, said "He is telepathic as a musician. He was completely dedicated and loyal to the job. Absolutely dedicated. He lived for his art. He personifies a cool that transcends the hot temperaments."

Early life

Aaron was brought up in Montreal. He was discouraged from pursuing music as a career by his father, who taught piano. However, as a teenager in the 1970s, he decided to move to New York to perform and record with his band.

Notable credits

Credits according to AllMusic: Year Album Artist Credit 1982 The Hunter Blondie Horn Arrangements, Saxophone 1982 Sax Maniac James White and The Blacks Drums, Percussion, Piano, Sax (Tenor), Saxophone 1983 Let's Dance David Bowie Flute, Tenor (Vocal) 1983 James White's Flaming Demonics James Chance Member of Attributed Artist, Sax (Tenor) 1986 L Is for Lover Al Jarreau Musician, Reeds 1988 In Full Gear Stetsasonic Saxophone 1990 Changesbowie David Bowie Flute, Sax (Tenor) 1992 Nubian M.O.B. Nubian M.O.B. Bass, Flute, Guitar, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Programming, Saxophone 1993 The Album Masters at Work Keyboards, Saxophone 1995 Run Away Robert Aaron Primary Artist 1996 Sax in the Ozone Robert Aaron Primary Artist 1997 Nightbird Inventions Dominic Duval Tray Card 1998 Memory of the Future Eric Andersen Composer, Flute, Keyboard Bass, Keyboards, Organ (Hammond), Producer, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Trumpet 1999 No Exit Blondie Additional Personnel, Flute, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor) 1999 Electric Honey Luscious Jackson Flute, Horn 2000 You Can't Relive the Past Eric Andersen Clarinet, Flute, Piano 2000 Fear of Flying Mýa Horn 2000 It Doesn't Matter Wyclef Jean Horn 2000 The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book Wyclef Jean Horn 2001 Goddess in the Doorway Mick Jagger Flute, Horn, Keyboards 2002 Mr. Jones Tom Jones Horn Arrangements, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Saxophone 2002 Masquerade Wyclef Jean Keyboards, Saxophone 2003 Frank Amy Winehouse Flute, Saxophone 2003 Beat Avenue Eric Andersen Bass, Bass (Electric), Composer, Flute, Guitar, Keyboards, Melodica, Mixing, Organ, Piano, Producer, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Trumpet 2003 Live and Kickin' Willie Nelson Keyboards 2003 Greatest Hits Wyclef Jean Horn 2003 The Preacher's Son Wyclef Jean Flute, Guitar, Melodica, Piano, Saxophone 2004 The Street Was Always There Eric Andersen Arranger, Audio Production, Bass, Clarinet, Composer, Cuatro, Editing, Flute, Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Liner Notes, Main Personnel, Melodica, Organ, Piano, Producer, Saxophone, Synthesizer 2004 Self Explanatory I-20 Keyboards 2004 Same Girl Trina Broussard Flute, Keyboards, Saxophone 2004 Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101 Wyclef Jean Keyboards, Saxophone 2005 Waves Eric Andersen Arranger, Bass, Congas, Fender Rhodes, Flute, Guitar (Acoustic), Melodica, Oboe, Organ, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Piccolo, Producer, Quatro, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor) 2005 Odyssey Fischerspooner Flute 2006 Bole2Harlem, Vol. 1 Bole2Harlem Horn 2007 City Beach Jill Cunniff Saxophone, Wurlitzer 2009 Entertainment Fischerspooner Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Trumpet (Pocket) 2010 Stolen Car Certain General Saxophone 2010 The Saddest Kiss Robert Aaron Primary Artist 2010 Trouble Man Robert Aaron Primary Artist 2010 Zaz Zaz Cuivres 2010 Like a Radio Charles Schillings Additional Production, Keyboards, Saxophone 2010 Twist Your Soul: The Definitive Collection James Chance Organ, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor)

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