|Birth name||Aaron Marsh|
|Years active||2000 - Present|
|Labels||Tooth & Nail
The Militia Group
Anchor & Braille
The Lulls in Traffic
Aaron Marsh is an American singer-songwriter, musician and producer from Florida. He first gained prominence as the lead singer, guitarist, and pianist for the Florida-based indie rock band Copeland, who formed in 2000. Marsh has since gone on to numerous production projects, co-producing his own band's studio albums usually along with either Matt Goldman or Aaron Sprinkle, as well as producing The Myriad's You Can't Trust a Ladder the Be Fair EP by the band Estates, and "The Positives (album)" by Person L.
Marsh produced Anchor and Braille's debut album: Felt, which was released on August 4, 2009. Marsh's production was praised by both AbsolutePunk and Alternative Press in their reviews of the album.
Aaron has reported  that he will now be producing full time in The Vanguard Room recording studio. He has been working on a new project called The Lulls in Traffic, and they released their first video June 2011. He has yet to publicly define his role in the band, but it can be gathered he is producing and singing in the group. He is producing the tracks while collaborating with Ivan Ives for The Lulls in Traffic. He calls it his "skewed view" of underground hip-hop. 
Aaron also stated that a Copeland reunion tour does not seem to be a possibility, however, on April 1st, 2014, they have announced they are recording a new album called Ixora. 
Marsh has contributed guest vocals on a variety of songs.
- "Heaven or Hell" on The Morning Of's album The Way I Fell In
- "The Right Time" on Denison Marrs' album "Denison Marrs"
- "Some Will Seek Forgiveness, Others Escape" on Underoath's album They're Only Chasing Safety
- "Inevitable" on Anberlin's album Cities
- "Empty Bottles" on Stacy Clark's album "Apples & Oranges"
- "Hospital" on Lydia's album Illuminate
- "Photographs" on Lakes' Photographs EP
- "Forget Love, I Just Want You to Make Sense to Me Tonight." on Anchor & Braille's album Felt (album)
- "Bittersweet Symphony" cover by Ace Enders and a Million Different People
- "The Worst Of Your Wear" on Fair (band)'s album Disappearing World
- "Let Love Bleed Red" on Sleeping With Sirens' album With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear
- "Only I Know" on Joshua Michael Robinson's album "Intentions"
- "Smokers in Airplanes" on Esteban's album "Liquid Love Reality"
(P - Producer | E - Engineer | M - Mixing | W - Writing)
- SEU Worship - "So All The World Will Know"
- SEU Worship - "From The Vanguard Room"
- The Myriad - You Can't Trust A Ladder (P)
- Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat (P/W)
- Copeland - You Are My Sunshine (P/E/W)
- Copeland - In Motion (P/W)
- Estates - Be Fair (P/E/W)
- Person L - The Positives (P/E)
- Summerbirds In the Cellar - Druids (E)
- Anchor&Braille - Felt (P/E/M/W)
- Nikki Kummerow - Firecracker (P/E/M)
- Woodale - Don't Say It Too Late (E/M)
- Lydia - Illuminate (E/W)
- Pemberley - I'm Fine (P/E/M)
- Our Family Name - Begin At The Beginning (P/E)
- Poema - Once A Year: A Poema Christmas EP (P/E)
- Andrew Shearin - Have Hope, Have Heart EP (M) 
- Author - People Are Alike All Over EP
- Valise - Dreamcatcher (E)
- Joshua Michael Robinson - Intentions
- Fairground - Self Titled EP"
- Valaska - Natural Habitat
- Henderson, Steve. "Anchor & Braille - Felt". AbsolutePunk.net. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
- Zemler, Emily. "Anchor & Braille - Felt". Alternative Press. Retrieved 2009-08-04.
- "Twitter / AaronMarshMusic: Many of you know that I will". Twitter.com. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "The Lulls In Traffic - The Rope To Pull Yourself Together". YouTube. 2011-04-26. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- By Mfsmag (2013-05-25). "Exclusive interview with Aaron Marsh of The Lulls in Traffic, Copeland Won't Tour Again, Record Could Happen | Music for the Soul Magazine". Mfsmag.com. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "Copeland reunite; announce new album, ‘Ixora’ - Alternative Press". Altpress.com. 2014-04-01. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "The Vanguard Room". The Vanguard Room. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "Have Hope, Have Heart | Andrew Shearin". Andrewshearin.bandcamp.com. 2012-02-14. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
- "New Valise EP is Out Now - News Article". AbsolutePunk.net. Retrieved 2014-04-21.