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Ashlie Amber has been performing full time all over the world for the past decade including landing TV airtime on the 2012 Season of American Idol as well as being nominated for multiple Henry Awards by dominating several leading roles in renowned musicals including The Color Purple, Spamalot, and RENT. 


With that being only the beginning, Ashlie Amber wanted more and set out to create her very own headliner show with a breathtaking tribute and celebration of vocal legend Whitney Houston, entitled, “I Will Always Love You.” Her show grew to be one of the best received acts on international waters, landing her the first female residency with Celebrity Cruises, onboard one of the worlds #1 talked about ships, the Celebrity Edge. A $1.2B modern luxury vessel touring Europe and the Caribbean.  

With such a unique approach to her show, and outstanding vocals, Ashlie Amber was noticed and invited to work on her own solo material with one of Nashville's most highly decorated musicians and producers, Ilya Toshinsky, to create her very own sound within the pop country genre. For Ashlie, dreams and goals are one and the same, and hers is to emerge as one of the first black females to ever dominate country’s Top 40 and beyond.


Having already established a global fan base with her previous singles “Almost Love,” “My Revenge,” and “Fight With You,” 2022 and 2023 pose to be Ashlie Amber’s fiercest years to date. With the unveiling of her 2021 February single “Those Nights,” Ashlie Amber celebrated the first self-penned release of her career, along with the launch of her publishing company Diva Music Group. Now, her latest self-penned release “Open” is shutting it down, and is a reminder from the rising global star that she has a voice and she is ready to use it to create change and open doors for artists around the world who maybe don’t get the support they deserve from industry insiders just because they don’t tick enough of their corporate boxes.

There are artists who perform, but Ashlie Amber astonishes; effortlessly injecting country music with unapologetically vivid bravado. She’s shattering derivatives and demolishing partitions and at the pinnacle of her artistry, Ashlie Amber has founded the unconventional, unstoppable sub-genre Country Vogue. Already being praised by Sounds Like Nashville, as one of 2021’s artists to watch, Ashlie Amber is an enigma to some, but magnetic to all. She is her music, and this is only the beginning.

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