JARON REID ROVENSKY
This part Canadian native from the wide-open space-ness of Alberta Canadian who worked on a horse ranch, now with those cowboy boots in mountainous Europe, is a must see/must hear. “Tom Waits was and is still my major influence. I learned a lot from him in fact. There was this rough, but elegant voice, accompanied by the most beautiful musical arrangements, coming through these crappy little speakers, going directly and I.
deeply into my heart. That feel filled every bit of my being; I was covered with goose bumps and had tears in my eyes. It was at that very moment I realized that if I in fact wanted to remain a musician, an artist, a creator, and dared to pursue music as a career, the only way in which I could do that with any sense of dignity, was if I could make people feel even a sliver of what I felt at the moment. There could be no faking. It had to be real. Honest. From the heart, every time. It had to inspire. It had to connect. Since then, when I perform, I give everything I have to the audience, whether that be one person or a thousand. If I expect someone to take the time to listen to me, I had better not waste it. It's a magnificent way to connect to my fellow man; to
feel a little less alone in the cosmic jungle.”
Jaron creates a soft/hard, way with a naked attitude as he treats that keyboard and guitar like if they be a sizzling women. Take a journey with the fanciful quixotic folk, singer songwriter.