The Tennessee-bred rock singer-songwriter of the band Paramore trademarked for her head banging acts, varied hair color, front teeth gap, and eccentric clothing.
December 27, 1988
Meridian, Mississippi, United States
Hayley Williams gained popularity as the rock band Paramore’s lead vocalist, primary songwriter, and keyboardist. At 14, the soprano with a four-octave range used to pen pop songs in Nashville, where she was discovered by her managers Dave Steunebrink and Richard Williams. Afterward, she signed up with Atlantic Records. They wanted to groom her to become a solo pop artist. However, she opposed it and said that she wanted to form a band. Eventually, she formed Paramore.
Paramore is known for their albums ‘After Laughter’ (2017), ‘Paramore’ (2013), ’Brand New Eyes’ (2009), among others. The ‘Airplanes’ (2010) singer is trademarked for her head banging acts, varied hair color, front teeth gap, and eccentric clothing.
In 2009, she won Spin Magazines’ Readers Poll as ‘Sex Goddess Of The Year.’