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|Subject: Hayley Williams - is a singer, songwriter Americans Sun May 27, 2012 2:18 pm|| |
Hayley Nichole Williams (born December 27, 1988 in Meridian, Mississippi) is a singer, songwriter Americans. She is the lead singer of rock band Paramore.
In 2002, when 14 years old, Hayley moved to Franklin, Tennessee where she met the band members Josh and Zac Farro in school. Shortly after arriving, she began singing with Brett Manning. While still in school, she did try to join a local funk band called The Factory, where she met Jeremy Davis. After The Factory disbanded, Hayley and Jeremy began writing songs with the Farro brothers and became Paramore. In 2005, John Janick, founder fueled by Ramen label, signed a contract with them. Commenting on the event, Hayley said, "fueled By Ramen has led us to wonder. Many kids started checking us because of our names on the list of them. It's like a family large we share a very large fan base. "She also was a guest on the song 'Then Came to Kill' by the Chariot, 'Keep Dreaming Uspide Down' by October Fall, 'Fallen' by Death in the Park, 'Tangled Up' by New Found Glory, 'The Church Channel 'and' Plea 'by Say Anything, and appeared in the video' Kiss Me 'by New Found Glory. Also voted by readers as the magazine Kerrang! 2008, she was second in the category of the most attractive female artist. She also won the most attractive female artist in the readers poll of the magazine Kerrang! 2009, and the most attractive female artist award at the NME in 2009.