Aaron Bedard

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Aaron Bedard
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Dalbec and Bedard live Hellfest 2013
Background information
Birth name Aaron Bedard
Born 1969
Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.
Genres Hardcore punk
Occupation(s) Musician, singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Labels Equal Vision
Associated acts Bane, Gateway

Aaron Bedard is the lead singer for the American hardcore punk band Bane.[1]

Bedard is known for his powerful, and often shouted, vocals. He writes all of Bane's lyrics. Before joining Bane, he sang for the band Backbone with Chris Pupecki (from Doomriders) and Dave Green, then formed Raging Hope. He is originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, but currently lives outside of Boston, Massachusetts.

Bedard follows straight edge[2] and vegetarian lifestyles.[citation needed]

Trivia[edit]

  • Aaron (Grover) Bedard is one of the many people who does chants for Shai Hulud as part of a group called The Fremen Warriors. He also provided guest vocals on the Shai Hulud song "Faithless is He Who Says Farewell When The Road Darkens".
  • He is pictured in the background on the cover of "Break Down the Walls" by Youth of Today, which was released in 1986.
  • Contributed to liner notes of the Sick of it All tribute album
  • Contributed a short story to Revolution on Canvas: Volume 2, a book which contains poems and short stories from prominent members of alternative music acts.

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