Milwaukee, WI born, Seattle-based singer-songwriter Aaron Zig released his first full length studio album "The Medicine's Kicking In" January, 2014. Co-produced with Ed Brooks and recorded at Studio Litho (Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard's studio), TMKI was funded by a successful Kickstarter. The album features loads of local talent including Andrew Joslyn (Passenger String Quartet, Macklemore), Abby Gundersen (Noah Gundersen), Annie Jantzer, Tekla Waterfield, Robert Mitchell, Steve Okimoto, Moe Provencher and Aimee Zoe.
Zig's lyrically based songs lay in a bed of Intricate fingerpicking, mid-tempo Tom Petty rock, and lush, often unconventional production. Influences and comparisons include Paul Simon, Devendra Bandhart, Elliot Smith, Tallest Man On Earth, and Jackson C. Frank.
His previous work includes two home-recorded solo albums, "Cranium Miner's Blues" and the EP "Heaven Never Left Us" as well as a full length as the band Weightless, "Where All Things Go".
Zig is also honored to work with Noah Dassel, sharing the songs of Seattle's homeless population as Give It To Me Rusty.