Adriane Blanco fuses the sounds of Rock, Americana and the British Invasion as the musical foundation for his inspirational lyrics and melodies. Adriane grew up in Arizona, in a mixed family of Mexican and American heritage, listening to the folk music of both cultures and the songs of his father's favorite band, The Beatles. He was trained as a singer in the Phoenix Boys Choir, which provided him several professional experiences as a child and the desire to continue his musical pursuits. In college he learned to play piano and guitar, studied worship and songwriting, and now directs the music program for a large church in Phoenix. Adriane also uses his music to encourage eating disorder patients and is an Artist Partner of Heifer International, an organization determined to end hunger and poverty.
The Adriane Blanco Band, with Singer/Songwriter Adriane Blanco, Drummer Aslan Shepard, Bassist Jordan Covell, and Lead Guitarist Kris Krebbs played their first concert together in 2009, opening for "Creation Festival: The Tour," featuring Jars of Clay, Audio (Adrenaline) Unplugged, and Thousand Foot Krutch. Keyboardist DJ Hepburn was later added to the band in 2011. The Adriane Blanco Band has since opened for Phil Wickham and Todd Agnew.