Aaron Rodgers: Music Mogul

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Green Bay Packers quarterback [intlink id=”25″ type=”category”]Aaron Rodgers[/intlink] has a new job: music producer.

Well, maybe not producer, but Rodgers has started a record label called¬†Suspended Sunrise Recordings. The company’s initial project is with a band called The Make, from Rodgers’ hometown of Chico, Calif.

For those of you wondering what the hell the Packers’ quarterback is doing dicking around in the studio during the lockout, well, worry not. The endeavor has been coming together for some time.

“This is the first step in the process,” the Super Bowl XLV MVP said.

“My business partner and I have been working for a couple of years trying to put this whole thing together. We’re excited about starting the process, to see what happens with this band. Obviously football is my first priority, music is my passion after that.”

So what do we know about The Make?

We know there’s a hot broad in the band and there are dancing cops in the video for their song Get It.

So that’s a good start.

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7 Comments on "Aaron Rodgers: Music Mogul"

  1. Shawn iltarion

    Yeah, A-Rodge has been planning this for a long time. It is kind of a surprise it took this long for his record label to really get off the ground. It is possible that the lockout IS giving him some more time to work with, which isn’t exactly the greatest sign.

  2. Vijay

    Um, their site and your links have no music…um, the Make was planning on actually making music weren’t they?

  3. Randy R

    Their must be an easier way for Aaron to get in sarah’s pants besides investing in a recored label….just sayin

  4. I’m working on the same thing, and…let’s just say we’ve got less resources to use.

    This is tough- something many do for love.

    Good luck to the label and band.

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