Who is AJ Smith?
An Indie/Pop singer-songwriter who has opened for Lindsey Stirling and The Eagles. A classically-trained multi-instrumentalist who served with the National Symphony Orchestra. A former engineering student with a Masters Degree in songwriting, mentored by the late Glenn Frey. And the latest member of The Rocks Management family.
If that description makes you curious, then you can get to know AJ a little more at this link: www.therocksmanagement.com/ajsmith, where we are thrilled to share a sneak listen of his new tracks - including ‘Cooler’, ‘Mt Everest’, and ‘Human’, co-written with multi-Platinum and Grammy-winning songwriter Jenson Vaughan (Kygo/Ellie Goulding/Madonna/Britney Spears) - plus AJ’s moody interpretation of Sir Elton’s classic “Rocket Man”.
The Queens-based, Denver-born artist has been quietly building his audience one fan at a time, connecting digitally across via Instagram and YouTube, or in the flesh at Sofar Sounds and college shows across the country (with a string of new college dates added for fall/winter 2019-2020).
Be sure to check him out at www.ajsmithmusic.com and @ajsmithmusic on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
The Rocks Management is a new independent artist management company, co-founded in 2017 by music industry veterans Cindy da Silva and Chris Tuthill to meet the growing needs of their clients and team. Operating 24/7 between a Midtown Manhattan office and a 120-year-old hunting lodge (known locally as “The Rocks”) in the mountains of NorthWestern New Jersey. The Rocks Management plays well inside & outside the box, keeps a laser-focus on the big picture, and is fiercely devoted to the long-term development of their clients’ careers in an ever-evolving industry. AJ Smith joins an eclectic and indisputably talented roster and community of artists that includes newly-minted Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Zombies, Rock & Roll saviors Hollis Brown, singer/songwriter Bruce Sudano, artist/producer Don DiLego, and visual artists Terry Quirk and Vivienne Boucherat.