Ubiquitous playing style while garnering acclaim
AJ Wander started his journey in the suburbs of southeast London. The son of a pianist, he began honing his unique musical sensibility at an early age.
After living in Australia for several years in his youth, he returned to the UK to pursue a formal education at the prestigious Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford. While enrolled, he joined the indie band Tors, performing in front of thousands of people as part of the fast-growing group.
Heeding the call to further explore his own creative identity as a solo artist, Wander departed Tors after 2 years. Diving deeper into his roots as a pianist, he built a fledgling career performing covers at piano bars and hotels across the UK, developing a ubiquitous playing style while garnering acclaim on a regional level as a rising star entertainer.
As the world reopened, Wander began to attract attention from industry leaders. He landed a management and distribution deal with USA-based firm Elevation Group, along with a publishing agreement through BDi Music. His debut single “Time Out” established a style rooted in nuanced piano playing and vocals that have been compared to Lewis Capaldi and Dean Lewis. With over 5 million streams and editorial playlist placements across Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music and Apple Music, his catalogue of singles continues to grow and attract legions of new fans. His most recent track “When You Say I Love You” debuted early this year, with more music planned throughout 2022.