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How much money makes Aimee Allen? Net worth

Aimee Allen Net Worth

Aimee Allen made money by Musicians niche. For all time, at the moment, 2018 year, Aimee Allen earned $14 Million. Exact sum is $14000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: 1982, Missoula, Montana, United States
Profession: Soundtrack, Actress
Albums: Id Start A Revolution (If I Could Get Up in the Morning), A Little Happiness


Aimee Allen Net Worth
Aimee Allen Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Aimee Allen
Aimee Allen is an American singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. She is currently the lead vocalist for the Hellcat RecordРҐs band The Interrupters. Aimee Allen was signed to Electra Records in 2002 after being discovered by producer Randy Jackson. Her debut album Id Start a Revolution If I Could Get Up in the Morning, featuring tracks produced by Mark Ronson and Don Gilmore, was never released due to the label being absorbed by Atlantic Records. The label did, however, release her first single RevolutionРЈ, which was a featured rock video on MTV as well as the theme for the WB Television Network series Birds of Prey Allen contributed to the writing of Unwritten Laws album Heres to the Mourning, released in February 2005. She co-wrote lyrics for the entire album with lead singer Scott Russo including the hit single РўSave MeРЈ, which was co-written and produced by Linda Perry. A brief romantic relationship between Allen and Russo resulted in a side project called Scott & Aimee. Their album Sitting in a Tree was released in 2007 by Side Tracked Records. The track РўMiss AmericaРЈ won the vox populi award for Best Punk Song at the 7th Annual Independent Music Awards. She returned the following year as a judge at the 8th Annual IMAРҐs. Aimee is known for her vocals on the song Cooties made for the soundtrack of the 2007 version of the movie Hairspray. In 2008, Aimee supported presidential hopeful Ron Paul by recording an unofficial Ron Paul AnthemРЈ, including a music video entitled Ron Paul Revolution Theme SongРЈ, and performing at events during the 2008 campaign. She also co-hosted SuicideGirls Radio Sunday nights on Indie 103.1 FM in Los Angeles.