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Jim Ashley

Jim Ashley

Singer Songwriter / Outlaw Folk / Blues Wilmington, NC  US
A Happy Song (Someday)
A Happy Song (Someday)
I Should've Known
I Should've Known
She Belongs
She Belongs
That One Thing
That One Thing
I'm Worried
I'm Worried


The Bacon Song



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  • Rick Klang (Artist)
    Rick Klang
    Nice work Jim.
  • Goody (Fan)
  • teteroom (Artist)
    Great tunes really! I enjoyed your tunes very much. - Tete -
  • Aira Winterland (Artist)
    Aira Winterland
    Very nice compositions. Congrats!
  • Silverbird (Artist)
    Thanx so much for fanning us ! Please visit us also on our new artist webpage and on fb and co., lol http://www.silverbird.info/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Silverbird/11861277188 http://www.youtube.com/user/Silverbirdmusic1 http://www.myspace.com/musicsilverbird
  • Joe Adrian Project (Artist)
    Joe Adrian Project
    Really great tunes Jim!


  • At Bella's Bar Local - 8.8.15 - photo by Danica Fletcher


Sounds Like: Todd Snider, John Prine, Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie, Jerry Jeff Walker

Label: Independent

Manager: Jim Ashley

Bio: Jim Ashley is from the South Carolina Lowcountry; where storytellers are as plentiful as Spanish Moss hanging from Live Oak trees. He grew up surrounded by the traditional sounds of country, bluegrass, gospel, and blues music. As a teenager he became interested in rock music (or maybe obsessed ...See Full Bio

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Q: Love your music first . Was it hard to go after your dream ? How many people stood in your way ? Was there a time you wanted to give up ?

A: Thanks for your kind compliment. It is always difficult to go after your dream, but it is more difficult not to. When it comes to commercial success, or trying to make a living making music sometimes it seems that almost everyone is standing in the way and the obstacles seem endless; as for artistic success, the only one standing in the way is me. I never wanted to give up, but there have been times, and there still are times when I feel compelled to. So far, I'm still pushin' on! Thanks so much for your questions.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Tue Oct 28 2014

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  • Video Plays 1,023
  • Total Fans 3,307
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