Wednesday, March 27, 2013
AccuRadio Song Of The Day-Aaron Hall
Song:I Miss You
Guy lead singer Aaron Hall had his biggest solo success with the 1994 weeper I Miss You. He is currently part of the reunited Guy. He was born Aug. 10, 1964 in The Bronx, NY and as a teen was a member of Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Choir. He became one of the biggest stars of black music as lead singer of Guy. After Teddy Riley disbanded Guy due to a split with their manager, Hall went solo. Hall's singing style is heavily influenced by the legendary Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band. And they recorded the duet It's Gonna Be Alright for the 1991 film Boomerang. Hall also recorded the R & B hit Don't Be Afraid for the 1991 film Juice. The 1994 CD The Truth was his debut. I Miss You reached #2 on the R & B Singles chart but it also crossed over to pop and reached #14 on the Billboard Hot 100. Hall wrote and produced the song with Gregory Cauthen who has produced The Mighty Clouds Of Joy. This has been Hall's most successful song to date. The Truth is available as a budget CD. He released a CD in 1998 and then reunited with Guy in 1999. His most recent solo CD was in 2005. But Guy does reunite occasionally and apparently they are currently working on new music. Hall is also quite the dog expert and hosts the Youtube show Aaron Hall's Dog Rehab. Here's the video for I Miss You by Aaron Hall. Don't cry now.