|Born||4 October 1994|
|Labels||Sony ATV Publishing|
Sarah Paige Aarons (born 4 October 1994) is a songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. Now based in Los Angeles, Aarons is signed to Sony ATV Publishing. She co-wrote "Stay" by Zedd and Alessia Cara and "The Middle" by Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey, which both went to #1 on Mainstream Top 40 and were each certified double platinum in the US. In 2019 Aarons was nominated for Song of the Year at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards for her work on "The Middle".
In Australia, Aarons had acclaimed success with the breakout song "Keeping Score" by LDRU, "Frozen" by Pon Cho and Cosmo's Midnight's "History," which in turn has become the most played song on Triple J in 2017. She has also received three ARIA Awards for her work with LDRU and has gone double platinum in Australia.
Recently, Aarons was appointed one of APRA AMCOS Ambassadors and was included in LA Weekly's 20 hottest current songwriters. At the APRA Music Awards of 2018 she won Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year, she was also nominated for Country Work of the Year for the track, "House", alongside co-writers Brooke McClymont, Mollie McClymont, Samantha McClymont and Michael Fatkin.
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- "Meet the 23-year-old Melbourne writer behind the biggest pop song in the US".
- "The Secrets Behind How Australia's Biggest Pop Tracks Get Made".
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- "Country Work of the Year". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) | Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS). 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018.