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Arielle is considered a music industry triple threat because she could enjoy an impressive career solely as a singer, songwriter, or guitar player, but she has combined all three of those gifts to create a unique artistry that defies genres and borders.
She recently opened for Eric Johnson on his 3-month long tour earlier this year, as well as played and/or opened for Vince Gill, Gregg Allman, Heart, Joan Jett, Keith Urban, Eric Johnson, Paul Gilbert, Andy Timmons, and many more. She is the guitar player for Avery in the TV show “Nashville.” Queen’s Brian May created a guitar role specifically for her in the West End musical We Will Rock You. She also played guitar on tour with Cee Lo Green. She has already made the cover of Guitar Player magazine and released the single “California,” which reached No. 3 on CMT Pure Charts. Her voice gains comparison to Karen Carpenter and Eva Cassidy for the purity with a four octave range.
Her most recent studio album, Suspension/Dimension, continues to explore the roller-coaster story of life. She reveals, “I would say that a lot of this album centers on accepting the wanderlust part of me. The free spirit that must go and chase, and in some ways live in the beautiful memories that have come before, whilst I create the new ones. Her last album, My Gypsy Heart, debuted for 8 weeks on the Billboard Charts in 11 different categories.
Arielle is also a dolphin and whale activist, and is currently working on a unique guitar line, based off her custom prototype, Two-Tone. Whether it’s her guitar playing or singing, she never feels the need to show off. Indeed, she adheres to the philosophy that less can be more when it comes to expressing experiences through her songs. “The hardships and the insecurities are the reasons why I’m able to be vulnerable and real,” she says.”