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Aja Volkman

Aja Volkman Performs - Nico VegaAja Volkman is the lead singer of the indie rock band, Nico Vega. Married to Dan Reynolds, frontman for Imagine Dragons, they have one daughter named Arrow. Aja’s band, Nico Vega, has toured and performed with Imagine Dragons, Neon Trees, No Doubt, Blondie, and Gavin Rossdale.

After a solo performance in 2005 in L.A., guitarist Rich Koehler and drummer Mike Peña (who was later replaced by Dan Epand when Peña pursued his acting career) approached Aja about creating a band. They created their three­member band, Nico Vega, with Aja as the lead singer.

In 2010, Aja met her husband when Imagine Dragons opened for her band in Las Vegas at Wasted Space. Although Imagine Dragons started out opening for Nico Vega, Aja, and her band ended up opening for Imagine Dragons. Dan and Aja were married in March 2011, and Arrow Eve Reynolds was born in 2012.

Nico Vega released their first album, Nico Vega, in 2009 and their second album in 2014, Lead to Light. Aja has also released an EP entitled “Egyptian” with her husband. In 2015 Aja began work on a solo project. Since January 2016, she has released three singles, which are available on YouTube and iTunes.

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