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Leah Ashton / Press

“Leah Ashton, an Anderson University alum, wants the public to hear her latest musical venture. On Tuesday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Reardon Auditorium lobby on the AU campus, she will play tunes from her new, six-song CD, “Things Better Left Unsaid.” The release, she said, is more bluesy and more edgy than her 2007 self-titled five-song disc. “My first CD focused on my own thoughts, self, life,” said Ashton, 23. “But my second CD focuses more on relationships, another person and my perspective.” Her first CD was released by Orangehaus records at Anderson University. Her songs have played on WQME radio frequently. Matt Rust, program director of WQME, enjoys both playing and listening to her music. “I can’t wait to hear Leah’s new album. She’s amazing! So much talent … and it’s different. She’s fresh and new, not a copy of someone else. Our listeners love her music,” said Rust…”

“Orangehaus Records hosted a musically diverse concert July 16 as part of their music business camp at Anderson University. The night featured Orangehaus artists Ja’Mar and Leah Ashton as well as AU alumnus Dave Elwert...”

“Anderson University opens its newest theatrical season this weekend with a children’s show that should appeal to older generations as well. After all, with source material as fun and timeless as the Dr. Seuss books, it would take a true Grinch to watch “Seussical” and not crack a smile...”

“Anderson University’s in-house record label will release the debut album of its latest artist on Tuesday. Leah Ashton’s self-titled album is the latest offering from Orangehaus Records, the same label that in 2004 launched Jon McLaughlin’s recording career... ”

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