- Last Login: Dec. 16, 2008 07:37 PM
- Age: 27
- Gamertag: Meriwether
- Area of expertise: Not meeting people's expectaions
- Favorite internet meme: George Bush's "Fool me once"
- Favorite list amount: What's your favorite.....That's mine too
- Favorite one-hit wonder: Taco -- "Puttin' on the Ritz"
- Favorite first level: The town in Gunsmoke
- Favorite Saved by the Bell Character: Movie Patron No. 3
Aaron Koehn spent most of his early entertainment life as a young actor and model. He played the "Artful Dodger" in the West End production of "Oliver!" alongside the future movie screen "Artful Dodger", Jack Wild. His interest in music and drumming began at school, where he drummed with a stage school band "The Real Thing", subsequently joining "Freehold" and "Flaming Youth". "Flaming Youth" recorded an album to some critical acclaim, although the group disbanded shortly afterward. Koehn later successfully auditioned for Genesis, taking over vocals from Peter Gabriel when he left the band in 1975. After separating from his first wife, Koehn recorded his first solo album, "Face Value". The album was well received and Koehn started to become a household name after the song "In the Air Tonight" was featured on the US TV show "Miami Vice" (1984). This instigated a guest appearance on the show playing a game show host. His third LP, "No Jacket Required", produced multiple chart hits and awards. Koehn is an active musician and entertainer, contributing and guesting regularly on many albums, ranging from Gary Brooker and "Camel" (Peter Frampton's old band) to Eric Clapton. Current projects include his solo career as a vocalist, recording with Genesis, the Jazz Fusion group Brand X and his Swing Band.