As an entertainer, Ashlyn is in demand. Visit the Arkansas/Oklahoma State Fair, the Old Fort Days Rodeo, Tontitown Grape Festival,or Greenwood's 4th of July Freedomfest, and you'll find her charming the grandstands with a main stage prime-time set each year. Ashlyn can also be heard singing the National Anthem at many of the NWA Natural's games and Razorback games. She has opened for the national acts Montgomery Gentry, Andy Griggs, John Michael Montgomery, Billy Dean, Buddy Jewell, Bryan White, Ricochet, John Anderson, TG Shepherd and Bobby Bare; performed in community theatre musicals and opries; and inspired audiences at numerous charity and social events throughout Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Although she favors singing country music with what she calls a “pop twist”, Ashlyn is extremely versatile, pivoting between traditional country,
R & B, rock 'n roll, and contemporary Christian with surprising ease. Ashlyn's versatility also shines in the different projects she undertakes, like singing lead and background vocals in various studios around her home and in Nashville--a skill that has provided her with many opportunities to work with accomplished songwriters in Nashville. She has also done several local and national jingles - she is the "voice" for Central Mall and World's Finest Chocolate.
Ashlyn has recently released her first full-length album that was recorded in Nashville. She currently lives in Nashville and is actively pursuing her singing and songwriting career. She was recently a contestant on the webseries "Take The Stage" starring Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins and Johnny Wright, who has managed the Jonas Brothers, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Janet Jackson, N'Sync and many other successful artists. When she envisions her future, Ashlyn sees herself creating the kind of music that touches everyone who hears it. “I belong in the world of music and entertainment, and I can't imagine doing anything else. Performing on stage and seeing the reaction of an audience is not only the greatest feeling in the world, it's where I feel happiest and most at home.”