Ashley Alexander is currently based in LA, CA and is wowing fans across the country as she performs in her unique style of modern blues with a twinge of country.
She has recently performed in support of her debut solo album, "Heaven on Earth," with Chuck Wicks and Willie Nelson as well as making numerous appearances at sporting events and media outlets to reintroduce herself as a solo artist.
In her former group, Fantasy, Ashley was recognized nationally for her work performing and recording with her sister, Arsha. They shared the stage with Lenny Kravitz, Nick Cannon, O-Town, and more.
Growing up in Northern New England, her favorite artists ranged from Reba McEntire to Ella Fitzgerald, Mariah Carey to John Mayer. Her appreciation for various artists helped her develop a love for styles of music such as jazz, pop, country, and R&B - all of which influence her own vocal style.
After taking time to complete her education at Berklee College of Music in Boston (double major in Vocal Performance and Music Business Management), Ashley is now aggressively focusing on her solo career.
Although her image is evolving beyond what it has been, check out her sites at http://www.ashleyalexandermusic.com, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ashle…6609630955 and http://www.myspace.com/ashleyalexandermusic
Fans of blues, some country, and pop music. Women want to be her and men want her. Young adult audience. People looking for great music with a bit of an edge.
Looking for a logo. Her full name, Ashley Alexander, spelled out ideally with an associated icon. Not too feminine. Ashley is naturally beautiful but rocks a tactful edge wearing True Religion Jeans, tight vintage rock t-shirts, cowboy boots, funky jewelry, big belt buckles and sipping Pabst Blue Ribbon out of a can. She is primarily a vocalist. Nothing too cartoony. Progressive with a personality. Will be used in promotional materials but, more importantly, in merchandise (t-shirts, hats, belts, scarves, etc.) that will become an important revenue stream. More than the stereotypical merchandise - think more fashion line. She is constantly surrounded by hip, young guy musicians who pride themselves on playing the blues. Make her stand out.