This year Deep Roots may be your introduction to 26-year-old Ashley Condon who has been winning audiences over with her larger-than-life stage presence and down-to-earth charm. Powerful vocals and thoughtful lyrics give voice to the beautiful simplicity of the every day. Raised here on the East Coast, with its progeny of Celtic and Acadian root music, and with particular old-time country, bluegrass, folk, blues and classic rock influences, Ashley finds a place for all those sounds in her music.
The success of her 2008 debut EP “I’ve Got This Feeling” grabbed the attention of Ontario native, ECMA-nominated producer Joel Hunt (Teresa Ennis), and a highly anticipated spring 10′ release will be the result of their joined creative forces.
Ashley has shared the stage with folk icons Tannis Slimmon, James Gordon, Jude Vadala (The Bird Sisters), Katherine Wheatley and Juno nominee Douglas John Cameron. She has opened for Canadian Folk Music Award Nominees, The Fugitives, and was invited to play at the 2007 Hillside Festival as a member of the Sam Turton Band.
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