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Ariel is #Flyah

 

Ariel is a singer/songwriter and actress based out of Los Angeles.  Her EP, Unexpected, can be found on iTunes etc. and can be heard playing on Pandora Radio.  Her music is pop and hailing from the Gulf Coast of Florida she often brings that beachy Jimmy Buffet  island vibe to her music.  Her music has a wide range appeal from adults needing that positive pick-me up for their Monday morning to her littlest fans who love rocking out to her jams singing along to every word.  While interviewing Ariel on-air, Indie100 radio complemented-  "Your songs make me feel like I'm being hugged from the inside!"
She also often collaborates with artist J Buzzi.  They recently released their song "With You" and subsequent Music Video, which was filmed at various beautiful locations around Los Angeles, including Malibu and on top of one of the tallest buildings in downtown Los Angeles.  You can also find their single 'Breakthrough' on iTunes.  
Her music video, "AMERICAN HERO", is a wonderfully patriotic ballad about the steadfast love children have for their family who serve in the military. With images of fathers returning to their sons, daughters solemnly accepting of a parent lost during service, set against the windswept backdrop of the Mojave desert, "AMERICAN HERO" is a must-see video for our men & women in uniform & their families.
Ariel has performed at various venues in Los Angeles and Florida and often does charity concerts for St. Judes Children's Hospital, Special Operations Warrior Fund, and Fisher House. 
Ariel recently had the pleasure of shooting with Project Mermaids, getting to pose as a Mermaid, as part of the Save Our Beach movement to raise awareness about beach conservation, a cause close to her heart.  
She has also kept busy in the acting and hosting world; A few of her credits include TNT's drama Perception with Eric Mccormack, Disney 365, These Things We Do-Film, and the Yamaha Waverunner and Sportboat Campaigns.  She was a host on 'The Music Project', a web and radio show that brought you backstage at teen music concerts and in-studio performances, for several years at the famous Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles. 

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