"Aaron: thanks for an amazing evening.  Everyone raved about the music.  We need to find a reason to do this more often."  Jim Burke, Paintline Products

"Thank you so much for helping to bring our theme to life with your beautiful music!  We really appreciate your time and enthusiasm, and your live music had definitely added energy to this inaugural Canadian conference focusing on changing the culture of aging!  Thanks again." Susan Brown on behalf of the "Walk With Me" planning committee, Research Institute for Aging

"Aaron Solomon and his band "Avalanche" -- I can't say enough good stuff about Aaron.  Besides being a brilliant musician he's a pleasure to work with, accommodating and very professional.  I can always count on him to read the crowd and play what they love (and to play a couple of Dwight Yoakam tunes for me)!

You and your musicians are amazing.  It was a great dance.  Great song choices - and it really showcased how versatile you are.  Everyone loved you and kept asking where you were from and commenting on what a great band you are.  I love how you enjoy playing and how friendly you are with the guests." Mary Gair, Gravenhurst Curling Club 

"Most of the violin is played the most excellent Aaron Solomon.  He's just a great guy.  Listening to what he did on this record, I mean, he really, really stands out." Ed Bernard (recording artist, producer, member of FM) speaking about FM's "TRANSFORMATION" album on the Light Without Heat podcast

"The befuddled Bill is played by Aaron Solomon, and this is not only the toughest role but is the finest performance in the play.  There are so many facets to Bill, and Solomon has managed to allow a glint of light on to each surface.  He is funny, mercurial, quixotic, paranoid, schizophrenic, and at the same time able to be a catalyst to the Gradys, especially Phil and then to Randy.  This is a remarkable performance."  Harry Currie, The Record on  Waterloo Stage Theatre's production of "Garage Sale"

The role of ‘Johnny Cash’ was brilliantly done by Aaron Solomon, whom we had previously enjoyed in Cowboys & Outlaws in 2008 and prior to that, in Wooden Boats and Iron Men in 2002.  Singer, actor and worldclass musician, Solomon hits the nail on the head with his velvety baritone voice.  It was a delight to hear that “Cash timbre” underneath it all… I loved that.  Something in my head listens for the finer sounds and, oh my, he got it, bang on.  Sachem.ca on "Johnny and June"

"Cash is performed by Aaron Solomon and his voice and mannerisms are a perfect fit to the man in black. ... with a thick velvety sound that was a trademark of Cash throughout his career." Simcoe Reformer on "Johnny and June"

"To Aaron & Avalanche, You guy's rocked! It was a delight to see everyone enjoying the music, and you continue to do an amazing job every time we hear you! Thank you for helping to make the event a success. We hope you can be there next year! Thanks, again." - Sarah Burke, Committee Chair, New Path Foundation 

"Thanks so much for adding so much to our bash here on New Year's Eve... everyone had an amazing time and the music was fantastic." - Andrea Roylance, The Gibson Centre, Alliston, ON

"Thank you for performing at the Emerald Ball!! You were fantastic!  It was wonderful to work with you and I will look forward to doing so again!" - Carolyn Richardson, The Ireland Fund of Canada

"That band WOW.... are the best and they seem to enjoy what they do." - Ann Scott, Woodbine Entertainment commenting on Aaron Solomon and Ghost Riders' performance at Royal Woodbine Golf Club