Aaron Kamin is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, composer, and producer. He co-founded the band "The Calling" and by age 19 was signed to RCA Records and BMG Music Publishing. The Calling's two albums have sold nearly 4 million albums worldwide and Aaron’s songs ascribe to global record sales in excess of 7 million albums and countless more singles.
His biggest hit song “Wherever You Will Go” (2001) was named the #1 song of the decade on the Adult Pop Charts by Billboard magazine, in 2010. It holds a record for the longest spent at the #1 position (23 weeks) on the US modern adult radio charts. The song remained “top ten” for more than 60 straight weeks in the US and has charted top 10 in over 20 countries. The Calling’s musical success included five additional internationally charting singles and a "Best New Artist" honor at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2004.
Kamin's music has been featured in numerous film and television projects, notably Disney's "Coyote Ugly", box office hits, "Love Actually", "Sweet Home Alabama", and many television shows including: “Criminal Minds”, “Cold Case”, “Without a Trace”, “Beverly Hills 90210”, “Pretty Little Liars” and “Smallville”. One of The Calling's songs was an official selection of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Kamin composed the end title song for Marvel & Fox Studio's film "Daredevil" and in addition, collaborated with composer Grame Revelle, in scoring one of the film's most emotional scenes.
Since The Calling's hiatus began in 2006, Aaron has continued writing and producing. In addition to working with major label artists (The Backstreet Boys, Busted, Johnny Lang, Leann Rimes, Katherine McPhee), Kamin has focused on indentifying and developing promising new talent.
Discovery and development successes include Universal Music’s JT Hodges, Universal Music Songwriter Britt Burton, and singer/actor Diego Boneta.