149 – An Elvis Presley Tribute Artist with Autism

Aaron Smith is uncomfortable on stage as himself, but as the King of Rock and Roll he owns the stage.

Aaron was bullied when he was young because he was different than other kids.  He didn’t care about the same things and sometimes he didn’t say the right things.  His mind was somewhere else.

Somewhere along the way he fell in love with the idea that people made a living from impersonating Elvis Presley.  He gave it a shot and he was hooked.  

Listen as Aaron talks about becoming an Elvis tribute artist amidst the challenges of living with autism.

Connect with Aaron: https://www.facebook.com/AaronElvistribute

Learn more about Autism: https://www.autismspeaks.org/

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