Whether she is performing while racking up miles on tour, in the studio creating her original music, or lending her voice to support charitable causes that are close to her heart such as our country’s veterans and animal rescue groups, national country music artist ASHLEY WINELAND is leaving an indelible impression with audiences across the U.S. with her voracious vocals, relatable demeanor, and soulful sound. Along the way in her musical journey, this diminutive girl-next-door with a voice and heart as vast and vibrant as the Arizona desert has amassed a fervent global fanbase (AKA “Winelanders”) along with a colossal presence on social media. Possessing the impassioned spirit of an old-world troubadour, Wineland’s enthralling songs strike a chord of authenticity while capturing the heartbeat of the heartland.
She first made a splash in the Southwestern music scene at age 14. To date, she has released 2 albums, “Family Business” and “Simple Life,” with a much-anticipated third due out in 2022, “I’m Gonna Ride.”
Years of hard work, dedication to her craft, and a close, personal connection to her fans have found Wineland in demand at top music events, a frequent guest on television and radio alike, and a sought-after subject of music media outlets with 3 magazine covers to her credit. Known for her tireless support of our nation’s veterans, Wineland is often called up to perform our nation’s “National Anthem” for MLB and the NFL, and recently, she had the honor to sing the anthem for the racing enthusiasts at NASCAR. In November of 2021, she performed at Phoenix’s 22K seat AK-Chin Pavilion, sharing the roster with Aaron Lewis and Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry for “A Salute to American Vets,” where she dazzled the audience with her sizzling set.