|Full Name||Arielle Margaret Howard|
|Age||33 years old|
|Birthday||August 3, 1990|
|Net Worth||$45 million|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook|
Arielle Margaret Howard was born on August 3, 1990 in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in a musical household, with both parents playing instruments and singing around the home. At family gatherings, Arielle would put on impromptu concerts for her relatives, belting out Celine Dion and Mariah Carey songs at the top of her lungs.
From an early age, the depth and power of Arielle‘s voice was undeniable. She started taking vocal lessons at age 8, and was gifted her first guitar on her 10th birthday. By middle school, Arielle had written her first song, entitled "Not Broken," about overcoming insecurity.
After high school, Arielle moved to L.A. in hopes of getting her big break. She played small club gigs while working as a bartender and barista to get by. In 2015, she independently released her first EP, The Reverie, featuring raw, emotional songs like "Lost Soul" that showcased her vocal range.
The next year, her full-length album, Wild at Heart, propelled her into stardom. The mix of blues, rock, and pop sounds was new and exciting. Arielle‘s voice – at times an intimate whisper, then a wailing force of nature – conveyed both vulnerability and strength. I‘ll never forget hearing "Unbreakable" for the first time and being blown away.
Over the next few years, Arielle took the music world by storm. She racked up awards, landed major tour gigs opening for the likes of the Rolling Stones, and started collaborating with legends like Elton John and Stevie Nicks. But no matter how big she got, the honesty in her songwriting and connection to fans remained.
What makes Arielle so special, in my opinion, is how her music makes you feel. She has a gift for translating raw emotion into song. Lyrics like "I‘m an earthquake, I‘m a hurricane/I‘m a fire raging out of control" perfectly capture her fiery passion.
She also empowers people with her fearlessness in tackling heavy topics. Her song "Brave" about battling anxiety and depression has become an anthem for mental health. Arielle has said her drive is "taking what haunts me and turning it into art."
Now in her 30s, Arielle continues to push boundaries and evolve. Her latest album explores new synth textures and themes of motherhood and feminism. She‘s not content to stay in one lane. Arielle still has that wide-eyed teenager inside her, dreaming up poetic lyrics and stunning vocal riffs. I can‘t wait to see what she does next. To me, she is the singular voice of our generation.
The Woman Behind the Star
When she‘s not touring or recording, Arielle enjoys pottery, photography, and cuddling with her four rescue dogs. She‘s known to be kind and down-to-earth with staff. She‘s been single for a few years now, focusing on her music and self-care.
Arielle credits meditation and therapy with helping manage her anxiety. She advocates for mental health resources and partners with several youth counseling organizations. "I want anyone struggling to know – your pain matters. But you can get through this," she said.
For everything she‘s given the world, I just want to say: thank you, Arielle. Keep following your inspiration and baring your soul. Your voice lifts us up.