I have become quite obsessed with Ashley Campbell’s music since the release of her debut single A New Year off her forthcoming album The Lonely One which will be released March 9th (Just in time for C2C). A New Year has that sort of wintery, magical jingle which is really quite captivating from the very start. The lyrics have an optimistic meaning and it really was the perfect New Year song.
Ashley is no stranger to the UK, having played C2C before as well as last years Nashville Meets London, Ashley will return to C2C this year to play the;
Country Music Week Hub – All Bar One on Saturday
BBC Radio 2 Stage on Sunday
And of course, Ashley will make a very special appearance on the main stage on Saturday to play a tribute to her late great father Glen Campbell.
As well as the unmissable tribute, Ashley’s shows will be well worth going to. If you know of Ashley, then you will be well aware that she is one heck of a banjo player. Ashley will undoubtedly “WOW” her audiences with her uniquely sweet-sounding vocals, her extraordinary banjo playing talents and her fabulous new music from her forthcoming album The Lonely One which I can promise you is well worth pre ordering and well worth seeing live. I have a feeling that Ashley’s performances will be one of the highlights of the entire weekend and I for one cannot wait to see her.
Some of the festival stages require wristands for just £10 for three days which is very reasonable considering the high calibre of artists playing. To purchase tickets and for more info on C2C and its line up visit the link below