Please welcome one of the 3 new members to The Blackwoods for 2022, Aaron Martin!
Aaron Martin brings both talent and tourism expertise to The Blackwood’s stage. As a youngster, Aaron won many local, state and national talent competitions. He began singing three-part harmony with his mother and sister at the age of two years old. By six, Aaron was playing the drums and soon began singing and playing professionally with The Martin Family. They performed all across the United States for more than 20 years. By the age of 30 Aaron was traveling 48 weekends each year sharing his vocal solo ministry in churches of all denominations while continuing to hold down a full-time job to earn knowledge in various fields.
He is the former Director of Music at America’s fifth largest Assembly of God church where he directed a 100-voice choir, lead the praise and worship in 4 services each week and produced renown, large-scale holiday dramas. He led all aspects of the church’s music department all while being seen internationally on a weekly television broadcast on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
Aaron was also privileged and honored to perform The National Anthem for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
He served as Chairman of the Board of the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association and served for more than 15 years on the state’s executive committee where he had many unique opportunities such as meeting annually with U.S. senators and congressmen in Washington DC to discuss legal legislation promoting tourism. He has won awards for his tourism marketing efforts including being a two-time recipient of Central Oklahoma’s Tourism Ambassador of the Year and the Governor’s Award for expert achievement in tourism marketing.
Aaron is excited to be a part of The Blackwoods’ legacy and ministry for the 2022 season in Branson. Please join us as we welcome this Oklahoma Sooner to the Show Me state.
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