Rock N Roll singer and Songwriter

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​Lee Aaron was born in Belleville, and moved Brampton in 1971. She attended Central Peel SS and credits her school – especially a few music teachers – for igniting her love for music. The summer following her graduation from Central Peel, she auditioned for a band called Lee Aaron and took the name on as her own. Lee Aaron has performed on The Rose’s mainstage and continues to build a legacy as a Metal Queen.

In 2023, Lee Aaron was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame as part of their 25th anniversary celebrations. She is a 10-time Juno Award nominee with two albums receiving multiplatinum status. Congratulations Lee!

​Recipient of numerous gold and platinum certified albums, ten Juno nominations, a CMPA Songwriters Award, 2 Much Music Video Awards, an Ampex Golden Reel Award, and 3 Best Female Vocalist Awards (Toronto). She has toured the world extensively and appeared on the cover of dozens of magazines including Sounds (UK), Melody Maker and TV Guide. Her career is highlighted by 12 studio albums, including such notable tracks as Metal Queen, “Only Human”, “Whatcha Do To My Body”, “Hands On”, 1989's “Body Rock”, 1991’s “Some Girls Do” and “Emotional Rain” (1994). “Slick Chick” (2000) was a departure as an authentic jazz and blues album and a stint in “120 Songs for The Marquis De Sade” in 2002 exposed her diverse talents, followed up in 2004 with “Beautiful Things”, a jazz/pop hybrid album. Most recently Lee Aaron released Fire and Gasoline (2016). With worldwide distribution on Caroline/Universal, leaving no doubt that this talented artist is here to stay - and is a true Canadian treasure.​