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Not one to be boxed in, generalized, or easily summed up; Ashleigh Eymann is anything but a one-trick-pony. Hailing originally from Vancouver, for a time she found a second home in Victoria where she made her start performing with local greats Georgia Murray, DJ Murge, Ishkan and JustB. With music most naturally described as soul, Ashleigh fuses hip-hop, jazz, funk and blues into a mixed-bag supply creating a fresh hybrid of sound that makes pinning her down an impossibility. The roles of emcee, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist are here, guns blazing and passionately wrapped up in one chick.
MAJOR SONGWRITING HIGHLIGHTS FOR ASHLEIGH EYMANN:
**The USA Songwriting Competition 2012 announced that Ashleigh’s song Aries Breeze is a finalist in the hip-hop/rap category.
**The John Lennon Songwriting Contest announced that Ashleigh’s song Look to the Water was the grand prizewinner for the R&B category in Session I, 2012. Also placing in Session I, 2012 of the JLSC is Aries Breeze as a finalist in the hip-hop category.
**The USA Songwriting Competition 2011 announced that Ashleigh Eymann won 1st prize in the hip-hop/rap category for her song Get Down. Ashleigh’s song Footwork was also a finalist.
**The USA Songwriting Competition 2011 announced that two of Ashleigh's songs...Footwork and Get Down are finalists in the 2011 contest in the hip-hop category.
**Ashleigh was chosen as one of the Top 20 in the PEAK Performance Project. The grand prize each year out of the top 20 received $100,500, 2nd prize $75,000 and 3rd prize $50,000. www.peakperformanceproject.com
**Ashleigh is a three-time finalist in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest in 2010 for her songs Bedrock, Something Wicked and Footwork.
**Ashleigh's songs Qualified and Get Down placed in the International Songwriting Contest in both 2009 and 2010.
**Ashleigh's song Bedrock has been nominated for an Independent Music Award in 2011.
**The U.S.A. Songwriting Competition named Bedrock a finalist for 2010.