Aaron Lines (born June 28, 1977) is a Canadian country music artist. He debuted in 2002 with the single “You Can’t Hide Beautiful,” a Top Five hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts; this song was the title track to his debut album of the same name, released that same year.
He learned to play guitar at an early age and began writing songs in his teens. By the time he was 16, he had written 200 songs and had begun performing them publicly at local cafes and small venues. Although he was interested in different types of music, he was particularly drawn to country music and was inspired by artists like Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson.
In 2001, Lines signed with a publishing company in and recorded an independent album. That same year, he began touring Canada, opening for headlining acts and performing his own shows.
In 2002, Lines released his debut album You Can’t Hide Beautiful. The album featured several singles, including the Top Five hit “You Can’t Hide Beautiful,” as well as “Doin’ It Right” and “Still Waitin’ on You.” That same year, he was named Top New Male Vocalist by Music Row magazine, and by the following year, he had been named Top New Male Artist by the Canadian Country Music Association.
Lines has released four studio albums since his debut, including 2004’s Living Out Loud, 2006’s Waitin’ on the Wonderful, 2008’s Love Changes Everything, and 2009’s Moments That Matter.
In addition to his own music, Lines has also written songs for other artists, including Jason Aldean, Josh Gracin, Emerson Drive, and Love and Theft. He continues to tour and perform regularly in Canada and the United States.
Backing Tracks – It takes A Man … She Called Me Kansas … Waiting On The Wonderful … You Can’t Hide Beautiful …