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SOURCE Ehron VonAllen
LOS ANGELES, May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Calling for all American entertainers to join efforts and aid the victims in Arkansas, singer-songwriter Ehron VonAllen drives from California to the epicenter of the storm-ravaged region where he will donate the sales profits from his newly released single "Electrovert."
"We can't rely only on the Federal Government. We can all do something to help. I will start by donating the profits from my new single 'Electrovert' and hope others will follow," says pop electronic artist, Ehron VonAllen.
"I hate that such disasters happen but they are out of our control. I felt useless sitting in California while Arkansas was decimated by storms. I want to do what I feel is the best way I can help out while hopefully inspiring my fans and other U.S. entertainers to match my offering in the best way they can. Every little gesture helps. I hope 'Electrovert' will be the best selling single of my career so the victims receive the most funds possible," says Ehron VonAllen.
Ehron VonAllen has been in the studio for a year recording his new album "I Am Electrovert" produced with multi-platinum producer Jay Gordon.
"In the single 'Electrovert' and the video of the same title I am using cyborgs to dramatize the notion that we are all products. Whether you are a rock star, a model or a company employee, you are molded, commanded and reprimanded, as the lyrics go," says Ehron VonAllen. "But the important part is not to forget that we still have a heart inside and that's what I am trying to get across."
A protege of Bob Moog (the inventor of the synthesizer), Ehron VonAllen is a singer, song-writer and producer of the pop electronic music genre. VonAllen is heavily influenced by Depeche Mode's producer and synth player Alan Wilder. In 2010, VonAllen collaborated with Wilder remixing the track "Jezebel" released by Mute EMI Records as a downloadable e.p. entitled "Want."
Ehron VonAllen will perform live on May 17 at the Imperial Dinner Theatre in Pocahontas, Arkansas.
Artist website: www.ehronvonallen.com
Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/EhronVonAllen
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