Charles Aaron is a well known U.S. music journalist and editor. He worked 23 years for Spin magazine. He is a well and classy writing skills. He began his journalism career at AdWeek and Sassy magazines, in 1985. He was widely speculated to be the alleged author behind “The Rock Critical List”. He moved into his music editor roles with the magazine in 1998 and 2002. All about, Charles Aaron Bio, Net Worth, Wife, Age, Height, Career.
Charles Aaron Net Worth & Salary
As of 2022, Charles Aaron net worth is estimated around $1 Million – $5 Million. His primary source of income is his journalist profession. His exact salary is under review.
Charles Aaron Wife
As of 2022, Charles Aaron is married with his wife Tristin. He is very focused on his career as of now as well. His previous dating history is not known in public domain. Currently, Aaron lived in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, with his wife Tristin and son but moved to Durham, North Carolina, after leaving Spin magazine.
Charles Aaron Age, Height & Weight
- As of 2022, Charles Aaron age is 42 years old.
- He stands on a height of 5 feet 11 inches tall.
- He weighs around 66 Kg.
- His body measurements are not known.
- He wears a shoe size of 9 UK.
- He has black eyes and has black hair as well.
Charles Aaron Quick Facts
|Real Name||Charles Aaron|
|Age||40 years old (As of 2020)|
|Profession||Music Journalist, Editor|
|Known For||Worked 23 years for Spin magazine|
|Birthplace||Rockingham, North Carolina|
|Residence||Asheboro, North Carolina and Rome, Georgia|
|Height/ Tall||In feet - 5'11"|
|Parents||Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
|Education||University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia|
|Net Worth||Approx $1 Million - $5 Million USD (As of 2020)|
|Salary||$3,012.75 – $5,021.25|
|Social Media Links||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook (Inactive)|
Charles Aaron Awards & Honors
- In 2000, Charles Aaron and Sia Michel, both of Spin, were presented with the ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award for their coverage of Notorious B.I.G.’s career, which appeared in the magazine’s January 1998 issue.
- Also in 2000, Aaron won a National Arts Journalism Fellowship from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
- In 2012, the American Society of Magazine Editors named Spin’s tablet version a finalist or its Ellie Awards.
Charles Aaron Early Life & Education
- Charles Aaron was born in Rockingham, North Carolina, and raised in Asheboro, North Carolina and Rome, Georgia.
- As per his education, he attended University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, and graduated in 1985.
Charles Aaron Career
- As per his career, after graduation in 1985, Charles Aaron began his journalism career at AdWeek and Sassy magazines.
- Before working full-time for Spin magazine, he freelanced as a music journalist at the magazine and for other publications like Rolling Stone, Village Voice, and Vibe.
- Spin, an alternative music magazine, was launched in 1985.
- Charles Aaron began as a contributor to Spin magazine around 1991 while the hip hop music genre was becoming popular with white audiences.
- In one article, he refers to himself as a “white hip hopper” and says over time he wrote many articles for the magazine in appreciation of the genre.
- He wrote his first feature about Snoop Dogg’s father for the magazine in 1993.
- He joined the staff of Spin magazine in 1996.
- He moved into his music editor roles with the magazine in 1998 and 2002.
- In 2011, Aaron was promoted to editorial director. BuzzMedia (now SpinMedia) took over the magazine 2011 making staff cuts and changes.
- That same year Spin transformed itself from 11 printed issues per year to a greater digital presence but with almost half the printed issues.
- In 2013, he became editor at large.
- Charles Aaron’s last issue with Spin magazine was February 2014.
- After leaving Spin, Aaron wrote for other magazines, such as Rolling Stone and Wondering Sound.
Charles Aaron Facts
- In Feb 1999, Charles Aaron was widely speculated to be the alleged author behind “The Rock Critical List”, which appeared online.
- While Aaron denied authorship and there was no credible evidence linking him to authorship, the list was believed to have been written by an insider.
- She has an immense fan following on his social media platforms as well.
- She was widely speculated to be the alleged author behind “The Rock Critical List”.
- She won a National Arts Journalism Fellowship from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, in 2000.