Ashlyn Grayce Is Our Wednesday’s Watch Featured Artist

Singer-songwriter, Ashlyn Grayce recently released her EP, “Somethin’ Bout A Song” which debuted at #4 on iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart and Bestseller list and she has already seen sales in over 20 counties. All songs on the 6-track project were written or co-written by Ashlyn and the EP was produced by Brent Radar (Joe Nichols, The Frontmen). She has proven that hard work and determination pays off.

Ashlyn was born and raised in a musical family in Nashville, Tennessee and is one of the hardest working and motivated young artists out there. Early on, her charismatic charm landed her print ads for companies like Cracker Barrel, Arista Records and Readers Digest. She just graduated from Lipscomb University (Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini’s old Alma Mater) with a B.A. in Strategic Marketing and all while playing shows and maintaining weekly writing appointments. Just this year alone, Ashlyn so far has already had cuts by 9 other artists.

“I have been working on this EP for a while now and am so excited to share it!  I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I enjoyed making it. It is truly a labor of love and reflects who I am and the journey I have been on during the past year. The greatest gift I could hope for is that the lyrics will speak to people of all ages and that they are moved and blessed in some way by each of my songs,” commented Ashlyn.

The six-song release features collaborations from some of Nashville’s finest songwriters including Kalie Shorr, Daniel Kleindienst, Alex Dooley, Brett Mandel, Troy Castellano, Dave & Julia Carlson (Wild Life Crush) and Evan Thompson. It also showcases her uniquely transparent voice influenced by the likes of Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Hillary Scott and Colbie Caillat.

Ashyln joins the esteemed list of female country artists that are making strides. She has what appears to be a sunshine effect around her that is catchy and fun. You can learn more about Ashlyn and keep up with her at

(Photo credit: Bev Moser)

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