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New & Noteworthy: Ashley Barron

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Ashley Barron is an “old soul” with a sense of adventure…she is  spontaneous, God-loving and patriotic, a down-home girl.

Country music has been a part of her family for generations. Her first introduction to country came from her grandfather. When she was a little girl, Ashley remembers going to his house where he would have Willie Nelson playing on the stereo and she would sit with him in his big comfy chair and listen. He also introduced Ashley to Johnny Cash as well as many more country artists. Her Grandfather was born in Georgia and raised in Kentucky before moving to California when he enlisted in the Navy. He kept the love of country and his southern roots alive in the transplanted California family.

Meet New & Noteworthy Artist Ashley Barron

Current Single: Debut single “It Might Get Loud” released last fall

Musical Influences: Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Loretta Lynn, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Sturgill Simpson

Personal Influences: My personal influence is my mom! She’s been through so much in her life and is the strongest person I know. She truly makes me strive to be a better person and accomplish all my dreams.

Music Sounds Like: Vocals are a cross between Gretchen Wilson and Sara Evans, with an edgy Jo Dee Messina twist.

Why you should be listening: Ashley Barron’s edgy personality and dynamic vocal range blend to create a captivating sound with an undeniable energy. The 23-year-old cranked up the volume on country music last fall with her debut single “It Might Get Loud,” while the corresponding video premiered on The Country Network. A rebel to trends, the California native’s rockin’ new style fuses yesterday’s soul and tomorrow’s edge in her debut project slated to release this year.

Get Social with Ashley: 
Facebook.com/ashleybarronofficial
Instagram: @ashleybarronofficial
Twitter: @_ashleybarron

“One of my favorite lines in It Might Get Loud is ‘what you see ain’t always what you get.’ People are so quick to judge these days and that line speaks so much!”

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