Born in 1999 and growing up in the mountains of Colorado, Singer/songwriter Arielle Nichole has experienced deeply how music can give voice to the things we go through in life and turn them into a beautiful melody. From the young age of 4, Arielle began singing in her family’s church in Montrose, Colorado and fell in love with music. Those around her noticed the anointing and infectious joy that couldn’t help but overflow when she sang. She began to join kids choirs, later to start leading worship at her youth group in middle school. Her love for singing was deeply rooted in the ability to show adoration for Jesus, the One her heart loves. As a child who struggled with anxiety and severe Obsessive/Compulsive behaviors, she began to see firsthand how trusting in Jesus would give her the peace she needed to conquer her fears. Eventually, these experiences would be penned into songs that not only brought peace to her heart, but also to the hearts of others.
After many years of leading worship, Arielle felt that the Lord was opening the door for her to move to Northern Louisiana where she would continue her calling in music, full-time. She began leading worship at multiple churches in Shreveport & Bossier City, continued songwriting, was a part of forming of a band, and started a livestream show called Music and Tea. A show that would allow for worship music to be shared to others in an intimate setting.
Her pure and soulful sound reflects her admiration for soulful folk artists like Jon Foreman, Johnnyswim and Chris Stapleton, combined with the pure and intimate voices of artists like Kari Jobe and Steffany Gretzinger. She recently had the opportunity to share her songs opening for Leigh Nash, the lead singer of Sixpence None the Richer, at the Shreveport Opry. In early 2022, Arielle released her debut single, “Just Be My Child,” a gentle reminder to simply be God’s child and the rest will fall in place.