Bio

Ashlynne Vince is a Grammy considered, Billboard Top 40 emerging Country-Pop artist dividing her time living between Nashville, TN and her hometown of Welland, ON. 2015 was a breakout year for Ashlynne; her debut single Hold On To Love peaked at #34 and spent 7 weeks on the Hot AC Charts on the Billboard Top 40 Indicator Charts. The single also got her nominated in the Pop/Solo Performance section for the 2015 Grammy voting nomination ballot at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. Her sophomore single Hands Off charted at #37 on the Billboard Top 40 Indicator Charts after 8 weeks of climbing.

Her original written music first gained recognition from the 2011 Niagara Music Awards as Ashlynne was awarded the winner for Rising Star of the Year at a young age of 13. In 2013 and 2014 Ashlynne made several trips to Nashville to record her debut self-written album Tidal Wave at the legendary CMT Studios. There she worked with studio engineer Rebekah Long (Cole Swindle, Stella Parton, Randy Houser) who went onto a position at The Tracking Room in the heart of Nashville’s Music Row. Rebekah invited Ashlynne (who was still in high-school at the time) to complete an internship in 2015 with her, and learn the engineering side of music to further her knowledge in the music industry and as an artist. During her time at her internship, she met producer Tony Mantor (Mila Mason, Bobby Brooks Wilson, Cher). After hearing Ashlynn perform, Tony offered to record Ashlynne with the help of his A-list musicians. Tony assisted in defining her sound and direction and was responsible for executing her singles Hands Off and Hold On To Love. Tony went onto signing Ashlynne to his US indie label Plateau Music and helped with her successful US launch in 2015.

In 2015 Ashlynne had the opportunity to perform as direct support to Canadian Idol runner up Jayden Bixby for his summer tour. She also opened for runner up of Britain’s Got Talent Aliki at the Scotiabank Centre in Niagara Falls, ON to a sold out crowd. Continuing to divide time between Nashville and Niagara, Ashlynne performs every 7 weeks at the famous Tootsies Wild Orchid Lounge and performs regularly at Rippy’s and Honky Tonk Central and Broadway locations. She has also been invited as a special guest on the General Jackson Riverboat Cruise by Paul Cramer, who was a session musician on her album Tidal Wave.

In 2016 Ashlynne will continue work in the studio where she is hoping to release one of her original songs as a single in Canada. This release will be focused to expand her name and talent back in her home country, while building a solid team of professionals around her to propel her to the forefront of the Canadian Pop-Country Music Scene. Ashlynne is also a member of The Recording Academy, JUNOs, CCMA, Niagara Musicians Association AFM, and SOCAN/ASCAP



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“Hold on to Love”

 

 

“Hands Off”



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