Charles Aaron Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Charles Aaron is a renowned American music journalist and editor. He worked for Spin magazine for 23 years. Well written and stylish.

Real Name Charles Aaron
Nick Name Charles
Born Not Known
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
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christianity
Gender Male
Ethnicity American
Horoscope Capricorn
Height/ Tall In feet – 5’11”
Weight 66 kg
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Parents Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse/ Wife Tristin
Children None
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 net worth and salary

  • As of 2020, Charles Aaron’s net worth is estimated at around $1-5 million.
  • His main source of income is his work as a journalist.
  • His exact salary is currently being reviewed.

wife of Charles Aaron

  • Charles Aaron has been married to his wife Tristin since 2020.
  • Also, from now on, he is very focused on his career.
  • His previous dating history is not in the public domain.
  • Aaron currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, NY with his wife, Tristin, and son, but moved to Durham, North Carolina after leaving Spin magazine.

Charles Aaron age, height and weight

  • As of 2020, Charles Aaron is 40 years old.
  • He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches in height.
  • Weight about 66 kg.
  • Its dimensions are unknown.
  • He wears UK size 9.
  • He has black eyes and also black hair.

Quick facts about Charles Aaron

Charles Aaron awards and honors

  • In 2000 Charles Aaron and Sia Michele of Spin received the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for their coverage of Notorious BIG’s career, which appeared in the magazine’s January 1998 issue.
  • Also in 2000, Aaron won a National Arts Journalism Fellowship from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
  • In 2012, the American Society of Magazine Editors named the Spin tablet as a finalist for the Ellie Awards.

Charles Aaron Youth and Education

  • Charles Aaron was born in Rockingham, North Carolina and grew up in Asheborough, North Carolina and Rome, Georgia.
  • In keeping with his education, he attended the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, graduating in 1985.

Charles Aaron career

  • After graduating from university in 1985, Charles Aaron began his career as a journalist for AdWeek and Sassy magazines.
  • Before working full-time for Spin magazine, he worked as a freelance music journalist for that magazine and other publications such as Rolling Stone, Village Voice and Vibe.
  • Spin, an alternative music magazine, was launched in 1985.
  • Charles Aaron began his career as a writer for Spin magazine around 1991, when the hip hop music genre was gaining popularity among the white public.
  • In one article, he describes himself as a “white hip-hopper” and says he has written numerous articles for the magazine over the years celebrating the genre.
  • In 1993, he wrote his first feature film about Snoop Dogg’s father for the magazine.
  • In 1996, he joined the Spin magazine team.
  • In 1998 and 2002, he switched to his duties as the magazine’s music editor.
  • In 2011, Aaron was appointed editorial director. BuzzMedia (now SpinMedia) acquired the magazine in 2011 through staff and turnover cuts.
  • That same year, Spin moved from printing 11 issues a year to a larger digital presence, but almost half of the issues were in print.
  • In 2013 he became the editor-in-chief.
  • The last issue of Charles Aaron in Spin magazine came out in February 2014.
  • After leaving Spin, Aaron wrote for other magazines such as Rolling Stone and Wondering Sound.

Facts about Charles Aaron

  • In February 1999, Charles Aaron was credited by many as the author of the “Rock Critics’ List” that appeared on the Internet.
  • Although Aaron denied paternity and there was no credible evidence linking him to paternity, the list was allegedly put together by an insider.
  • She also has a lot of social media followers.

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