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Transcript of ARIEL BLOOMER
Born in Sweden, Icon For Hire's lead singer Ariel Bloomer and her family moved to Minneapolis when she was six years old. Ten years later, the family moved to Decatur, Illinois and it was there that she met Shawn Jump and they started writing music together. Adam, an old friend of Shawn's, joined them on drums and Icon For Hire was born.
ICON FOR HIRE
Made a band called "Icon For Hire"which was formed in 2007.Icon For Hire are an American Hard Rock Band.But they do play in three different genres which are: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock & Punk Rock
In Icon For Hire, they are four members:
Ariel Bloomer - Vocalist
Shawn Jump - Guitarist
Josh Kincheloe - Bassist
People called them a christian band and Ariel explained that "the average rock music lover will never have a chance to be impacted by our music if all these Christians keep calling us a christian band online and scaring them away.”
BY DESTINY BETLEY
Most known for their songs called
"Make A Move"
ICON FOR HIRE
UP IN FLAMES
ONLY A MEMORY
Influences cited by the band have included hard
rock bands like Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Pantera, Mötley Crüe, and Rage Against the Machine, as well as pop- and hip hop-oriented artists such as Skrillex, The Black Eyed Peas, Dessa, and Lady Gaga.
After three years of touring extensively throughout the midwest, building up a following, the band was signed by Tooth & Nail Records, releasing their debut album in August of 2011.
Since the band signed with
Tooth & Nail, a Christian record
label, it is easy for people to label
them as a "Christian band." This label
is something that Ariel has addressed
time and time again. If you're looking to
use the term to put them into a nice and
safe box, limited to only a Christian
audience, then no, they're not a
"Christian band," but they are
followers of Jesus.
Ariel makes her own clothes and sells her creations through an etsy shop
OFF WITH HER HEAD
Sorry About your Parents