Shortly after being nominated for a 7th Annual IMA for “Miss America,” off her collaboration with Unwritten Law’s Scott Russo, and winning the Vox Populi Punk category, Aimee Allen took her talents to the airwaves. She can be heard Sunday nights in Los Angeles as Co-host for Suicide Girls Radio on Indie 103.1 FM. She’s also working on a solo independent release, which if her past is any indication, is sure to continue the revolution she’s started. The American Idol and platinum selling producer, Randy Jackson, discovered the starlet, who released her Elektra Records debut, I’d Start a Revolution If I Could Get Up In The Morning and soon saw her songs infiltrating film, TV and radio. With a scorching hit “Cooties” on the Grammy nominated Hairspray Soundtrack, guest vocals on reggae legend Lee “Scratch” Perry’s ‘Repentance,” joint songwriting credits with Linda Perry and Russo for UL’s Billboard Number 4 single “Save Me,” her reworking of underground soul king Kevin Michaels’ “We All Want the Same Thing,” and her Tila Tequila-covered theme-song for MTV’s A Shot At Love, Allen continues to be in demand across genres. She is also a featured actress and performer in “Numb,” a tribute film to the 80’s punk movement. Learn more at www.myspace.com/aimeeallen.