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Hollywood, California, United States | SELF

Hollywood, California, United States | SELF
Band Rock Pop




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Currently making headlines as the hot lead singer in Rock sensation
Harlott, Emilee Wild has been at home on stage nearly as long as she could walk. Early dance classes and summers in New York made Emilee one of the most in-demand children on stage by the time she was 10. At age 11, her mother moved Emilee to New York from their native hometown Huntsville, Alabama. Soon after moving to the BIG APPLE she began assisting Allison Haynes at the Broadway Dance Center teaching toddlers to tap and twirl in ballet class. She was featured with Kidz Bop for three years, ultimately joining that group on their summer tour in 2008. Fans have seen her in commercials, independent films and in many stage productions. In 2009, she raised eyebrows in a controversial video supporting marriage equality after a ban was put in place in California in the wake of Proposition 8. Today, she and the members of Harlott hope to build on the passion for change and accountability through the medium of rock-pop music, pushing the envelope and inviting their audience to join the conversation and spread the rage in an age of complacency and indifference.
With one parent a professional artist and the other an accomplished musician, lead guitarist Adam Hayman naturally began learning about music and the arts at a very young age. Music became his passion as he learned to play guitar, bass, drums and piano, and he also discovered he could sing and write music. Adam wrote and recorded his first solo piece at the age of seven. During his freshman year of high school, he began writing and recording original music on his own, and continues to amaze people with his talents. Adam had widened his experience performing with many bands across several genres throughout the state of California, collaborating in recordings with other artists in many styles, including rock, hip hop, pop, electronic and more. Adam plans to continue expanding his horizons in the world of music as he grows with his fellow band members in Harlott.
Nick has been playing guitar since he was 11 years old. His earlier influences were mainly of the rock nature, something to the tune of Metallica, Alice in Chains, & Green Day covers all day long. A year later Nick then decided to take a gig touring the country & playing guitar for a band performing on the infamous Ozzfest tour. After years of playing guitar in both live and studio settings, having touring multiple times, playing on a number of major label releases, & learning how to eventually engineer his own recordings, he wanted even more to add to the resume. He decided to diversify himself as a player by learning bass guitar and keyboards. These days when not busy in a musical setting, you'll find Nick moonlighting as professional body piercer.
Austin is the brother to Harlott lead guitarist Adam Hayman, started picking up music at the age of 6. As the son of a music teacher he was a natural with guitar and bass. After playing in local bands through his youth with his brother he found himself attending Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, majoring in guitar performance he built skills in a slew of different genres. Soon after moving to LA he started Assemble The Skyline and has been touring nationally since. When not on tour Austin teaches private music lessons.
Nick Jordan was born and raised in the small town of Tahlequah, Oklahoma where he spent his days and nights at home trying to perfect the not-so-quiet art of playing rock drums, after buying the "Take Off Your Pants And Jacket" Album by Blink-182. To the dismay of a specific neighbor it eventually landed him in court for disturbing the peace, but despite being interrupted continuously by police knocking on the door during his practice sessions Nick continued to find ways to play and perform by joining multiple bands and touring regionally until the age of 18, when he then decided the best choice was to leave