Alternative rock, Musical Artist
Who is Ehron Vonallen?
Ehron VonAllen is a dark style synth-pop act based in Dallas, Texas. Born Aaron Christopher Allen in 1980, VonAllen began music in a small town of 4,000 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas during the mid-1990s. Delving deep into the gothic scene, VonAllen tried to emulate his favorite music such as Depeche Mode, Nitzer Ebb and Tori Amos. Within a week of graduating high school in 1998, he moved to Dallas, Texas, and played shows in the popular music district of Deep Ellum in downtown Dallas. In 2000, VonAllen moved to Phoenix to form the very colorful but strange industrial trio Nuclear Winter. During this time the band enjoyed a year of shows played throughout the Phoenix area, released a full length album and hired a band manager. However, the band soon after permanently disbanded.
Ehron VonAllen's music has always either been embraced openly or completely shut out. While he seems to be able to gain the "casual" fan, most are either die hard collector type fans or people who are completely turned off by it. It is widely known to his fanbase that he is heavily influenced by his musical idol Alan Wilder of Recoil.
His instruments of choice are the synthesizer and piano. Although not claiming to be a guitarist, he has appeared on stage with a guitar a few times and is credited on albums for guitar work. VonAllen is distantly related to the 7th President Andrew Jackson and Susan B. Anthony on his mother's side. On July 1, 2008, VonAllen reached the 10,000 download mark for separate songs being purchased from all music sources on the internet since 2004, when the downloads began being tracked. This number does not include full albums downloaded or physical CD sales.
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