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Mar
24

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Ashley Monroe On ‘The Blade’, UK Audiences and The Pistol Annies Reunion – Interview

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We were lucky enough to be front and centre during the press conferences at the recent C2C Festival in London. Ashley Monroe stopped by to talk to the media about ‘The Blade’, UK audiences, songwriting, Vince Gill and the buzz about that potential Pistol Annies reunion – and you can read what went down below.

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Mar
17

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Ashley Monroe Sells Out Bush Hall In London, Performs At C2C

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Photo Credit: Christie Goodwin

Rising country star Ashley Monroe performed for audiences this past week as part of Europe’s largest country music festival, C2C Country to Country, which drew crowds of over 50,000 throughout the weekend. Stops included London, Dublin and Glasgow, where Monroe earned admiration from BBC Radio Scotland, who called her music a “lovely discovery.”

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Mar
16

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Ashley Monroe @ Bush Hall, London, UK | March 15, 2016 – Review

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I’ve been to a lot of gigs in my short lifetime. I’ve seen a lot of different artists in a lot of different venues playing a lot of different styles of music. Never, at any of those shows, have I ever witnessed the kind of unconditional love and appreciation for music the fans at Bush Hall displayed for Ashley Monroe on Tuesday night.

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Mar
15

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Country to Country (C2C) Festival 2016 | Day One, London – Review

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The Country to Country festival, otherwise known as C2C, started big and has been growing in scale year on year. Prior to its inauguration in 2013, there had long been demand for a country music festival of its type, and it’s clear from the 60,000+ patrons across the three-day weekend this year that the demand is only increasing. The US acts coming over were keen to point out on numerous occasions that no line-up like this had ever existed at an American festival, and from a personal standpoint I would certainly suggest that the fourth edition of this festival was the best yet.

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Mar
11

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CMA Songwriters Series @ IndigO2, London, UK | March 10, 2016 – Review

(l-r) Shane McAnally, Ashley Monroe, Charlie Worsham, Charles Esten, and Lori McKenna perform during the CMA Songwriters Series Thursday at indigo at The O2 in London. Photo Credit: Anthony D'Angio/CMA

(l-r) Shane McAnally, Ashley Monroe, Charlie Worsham, Charles Esten, and Lori McKenna perform during the CMA Songwriters Series Thursday at indigo at The O2 in London.
Photo Credit: Anthony D’Angio/CMA

I have seen every CMA Songwriters event to grace the O2 Arena, and there are always high expectations. I love the camaraderie and collaboration of the artists and songwriters, the sprinkling of hits with little-known gems and brand new material, and how the crowd treats the performers with such reverence. There’s the stories, too; how the songs came to be and little tidbits of the aftermath of their release. This show was no different, and yet it was on a higher level than any songwriters show I had seen yet.

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Jan
29

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C2C INTRODUCES Ashley Monroe, Frankie Ballard, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Striking Matches

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Following Country to Country Festival 2016, some of the hottest up-and-coming new American acts – Ashley Monroe, Maren Morris, Old Dominion and Striking Matches will be headlining intimate shows across London, with Frankie Ballard touring across the UK as part of C2C Introduces.
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Dec
13

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Ashley Monroe Nominated For Two Grammy Awards

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ASHLEY MONROE NOMINATED FOR TWO GRAMMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST COUNTRY ALBUM FOR ‘THE BLADE’ AND BEST COUNTRY DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE

The Blade also named Top Album on Year End Lists from NPR, Rolling Stone, TIME, and Paste

Country darling Ashley Monroe received her first two Grammy Award nominations this week for Best Country Album—for her universally praised album The Blade, produced by Vince Gill and Justin Niebankalong with a nod for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for her No. 1 duet with Blake Shelton, “Lonely Tonight.”

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Dec
2

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CMA Songwriters Series Line-Up Announced For London, March 2016

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Charles Esten, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Ashley Monroe, and Charlie Worsham bring CMA Songwriters Series back to indigo at The O2 in London, Thursday, March 10, 2016

The CMA Songwriters Series will return to the UK for its 10th European show on Thursday, March 10, 2016 at indigo at The O2 in London. Celebrating the craft of storytelling through song and the stories behind Country Music’s greatest hits, this CMA Songwriters Series will feature Charles Esten, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Ashley Monroe and Charlie Worsham.

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