Aaron Jay Hebert, a south Louisiana singer and songwriter, was born in 1993. Music has always played a significant role in his life. Aaron saw his father play on stage at a small Baptist church in his birthplace of Kaplan, Louisiana, when he was a child. Aaron witnessed firsthand how music could powerfully affect individuals, how it could both bring a grin to a person's face and provide solace to their soul. He realized he wanted to pursue a profession in music during those times. He grew up in a working class family where squeezing pennies was an everyday occurrence. Aaron spent a lot of time at home, listening to his boyhood heroes while sitting on his parent's front porch.
He joined a choir in high school and was classified as a baritone two vocalist. People began pointing out his voice in the choir right away. As a result, solo performances became possible.Classic arrangements like as "Ave Maria" and "Let It Be" were performed at district level competitions. Aaron's final year of high school was a pivotal one for him. He was given the opportunity to join a band as a rhythm guitarist playing traditional Cajun French music for the first time. As a result, he met many brilliant musicians and became lifelong friends.He enjoyed playing a wide range of musical genres, including country, blues, swamp pop, and even southern rock. He began contracting himself out as a sideman and guitarist to several bands in the area. In his spare time, he would play solo acoustic shows for restaurants and pubs. This greatly aided in the development of his musical and life experience, allowing him to record for the first time in a professional recording studio. Aaron was inspired to pursue songwriting as a career, and he began to concentrate on writing professional songs as a result of his experiences.He quickly became a certified song writer with BMI and the proprietor of his own publishing company. Aaron's first single, "Got My Boots On," was a great exhibition of his musical abilities because he not only wrote and sang the song, but he also played harmonica on it. Aaron opted to release his following song, "If I Could Go Back," around a year after his debut of "Got My Boots On." "If I Could Go Back" is a quiet, poignant ballad penned by Nashville, Tennessee songwriter Billy Yates. Mr. Yates penned songs for a number of well-known musicians, including Charley Pride and George Jones.Aaron Jay Hebert's song "If I Could Go Back" quickly became a hit on the Nu Louisiana Country Radio Charts. "Songs speak to people in a specific way that words alone cannot compare," Aaron Jay once said on the radio.