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AJ Mitchell Central
EST 2018 | your online central hub for AJ Mitchell
Dec 8th
2018

A couple days ago on December 5th, AJ performed at the Q102 Philly Jingle Bell Ball Pre-Party and also had a Meet & Greet for the event. HQs for both the performance and Meet & Greet pictures have been added to the gallery, along with the Hopeful Tour pictures that were missing.



Dec 8th
2018


Nov 19th
2018

We have officially finished up and launched our Lyrics Archive featuring all of AJ’s official songs! It includes all the information for each song and since Hopeful is currently AJ’s only album, it will lead to a page that lists all songs released with the EP as well as a small amount of information about the EP itself.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE LYRIC ARCHIVE!

Our Lyrics Archive is also linked on the AJ Mitchell and Multimedia pages of the website on the top navigation.



Nov 17th
2018

AJ announced his tour dates as his Hopeful Tour will span from February 2nd until March 6th, 2019 as he will be going to over 20 cities. You can now purchase the tickets for an upcoming date at his new website, ajmitchellvip.com. To view the tour dates, just click on which dates you’d like to view, They will be added to the sidebar and a separate page shortly.

February Tour Dates
February 2nd – Seattle, WA at Vera Project

February 3rd – Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre

February 5th – San Francisco, CA at Slim’s

February 7th – Santa Ana, CA at Constellation Room

February 8th – San Diego, CA at The Irenic

February 9th – Las Vegas, NV at Vinyl @ Hard Rock

February 12th – Dallas, TX at Dada

February 13th – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live

February 16th – Nashville, TN at Top Golf

February 17th – Atlanta, GA at Terminal West

February 19th – New York, NY at The Gramercy

February 20th – Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair

February 22nd – Washington, DC at U Street Music Hall

February 23rd – Pittsburgh, PA at Rex Theater

February 24th – Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop

February 26th – Pontiac, MI at Pike Room

February 28th – Chicago, IL at Subterranean

March Tour Dates

March 1st – Saint Louis, MO at Delmar Hall

March 3rd – Denver, CO at Larimar Lounge

March 6th – Los Angeles, CA at El Rey Theater



Nov 13th
2018

AJ was featured in the October issue of Mood Magazine as one of the alternate cover stars on the issue along with Michael Provost (of Insatiable), Amanda Steele, Jordyn Jones, Travis Mills and others. We have added 14 HQ scans and 3 HQ photos of the shoot he did for the magazine as well that was shot by Edwin J. Ortega.




Nov 13th
2018

AJ Mitchell announced he will be going on the Hopeful Tour of 20 cities across the US next year for his “Hopeful” EP! More news on his tour will most likely come on November 16th when the tickets will go up for sale and we will make another update for that and list the dates on the site!



Sep 10th
2018

AJ will perform at the Atlanta Pride Festival taking place in Georgia next month on October 13th, 2018, he’ll be part of the set that begins at 2PM on the Coca-Cola Stage. His appearance at the Atlanta Pride Festival is made possible from iHeart Media.

AJ’s Bio from Atlanta Pride:

Teenage singer-songwriter AJ Mitchell first emblazoned his signature pop/R&B sound on Instagram, stacking 1.5 million followers after posting covers and original songs that captured his silky vocal style and garnered him fans around the world. But he’s never been afraid to just jump in. Diving into music lessons when he was only 4 years old, the Bellville, Illinois-native kicked off his teen years by sharing clips of himself singing covers on social media.

The following year he began posting performances of his tracks, and before he knew it, he had a fan base and a road map to hone his craft and strengthen his own songwriting. His confidence boosted, his multifaceted range was highlighted early on in one of his first original singles, “Used to Be,” a bittersweet pop/R&B track about a failing relationship he’d penned at the age of 13.

The song became a crowd favorite during his premier showcase tour, which took him from New York to Los Angeles, where he has lived since 2016. Citing a well-rounded host of influences, from Coldplay to the Beatles to Bruno Mars and Lil Wayne, his songwriting ability aligns with a vocal presence that raises expectations about the bright musical future ahead.Now, with more than 15 million plays on Spotify, he’s launching his Epic Records debut EP, Hopeful, with a repertoire of songs that broadens his sound and expounds on subject matter very familiar to the charismatic teen.

The infectious “Girls” is a radio-friendly gem that nails the buoyant vibe that AJ was aiming for. “I want people to dance and be able to relate to my music,” he explains. Over a smooth bounce punctuated by ’80s-evoking synths, he sings, “Girls / they get in my way / got myself thinking about ’em all day / girls / they’re all I can see / I don’t care if they out of my reach.”

AJ says the lyrics stemmed from the advice he’s received most often through his journey: Don’t get a girlfriend! “It’s good advice,” he laughs. “They can be distracting. But they give me a lot to write about.”

 



Aug 30th
2018

Hello, welcome to AJ-Mitchell.com, which is also known as AJ Mitchell Central! We opened to provide you the latest news, updates, photos and videos on the up-and-coming singer-songwriter, AJ Mitchell! We are not AJ and we do not have contact with him or his agency, camp and anyone associated with him. We’re simply fans who support AJ in all of his endeavors and we hope one day he will visit the site and like it!

You can support AJ by buying his music on iTunes!