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Amarillo singer has it all

Amarillo native Aaron Watson has a beautiful family, great success in country music. Aaron grew up in Amarillo .He played baseball for Randall High School. During college Aaron began to sing and play music for fun. Low and behold he was good at it . Now 7 albums later and 2 sons and playing on the Vegas strip during The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Aaron loves his unexpected life.The buzz caught up with Aaron Watson, "The Honky Tonk Kid" before his show at Midnight Rodeo . Watson says that he couldn't have done it without God.He says he is a father first and a singer second. His latest CD" Angels and Outlaws went to number 28 on the Country Billboard Charts. Not bad for a independent label guy.Aaron lives in Abilene. He made his mom and dad move down so he could be closer to them. Aaron keeps his family close , He says that he is surrounded by family and great people, that is his secret of success.
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