Ashton Shepherd beams while showing off a full belly during her new video for 'Where Country Grows.' Fans of the young singer's won't be surprised by this sincere -- yet in many ways courageous -- act. Few artists throw their entire being into the music like Shepherd does, and in this case, that means not even waiting until after Raden Delilah was born to film this clip.
Congratulations are in order for Ashton Shepherd and her husband Roland Cunningham who welcomed their first daughter to the world on Friday in Demopolis, Ala. Little Raden Delilah weighed in at 7 lbs. 7 oz. and measured 19.5 inches long.
Ashton Shepherd's new single, 'Where Country Grows,' is to be a sure hit for the 24-year-old singer from Alabama. Penned by Shepherd and Bobby Pinson, the tune is one of several the two wrote for her just-released album, also titled 'Where Country Grows.'
Ashton Shepherd's debut album was a favorite of music critics. The Washington Post called 'Sounds So Good' one of the best albums of 2008, and a dozen or so other major publications praised her songwriting and vocal styles. As releases 'Where Country Grows' today, July 12, Shepherd would be justified in being anxious about critical and fan reaction. Thankfully, the new collection of 10 songs -- in
The title track to Ashton Shepherd's new album 'Where Country Grows' -- in stores July 12 -- isn't as sassy as her Top 20 hit 'Look It Up,' but it's every bit as genuine. The 24-year-old singer from Coffeeville, Ala. has yet to release a song that sounds contrived or made for radio. Yet somehow she's only scratched the surface of the country music world's conscious.
A trio of up-and-coming country singers, Josh Kelley, Ashton Shepherd and Randy Montana, performed what Montana described as a traditional Nashville "guitar pull" last night as local station WQMX hosted a wonderful evening of music at the beautiful Tangier in Akron, Ohio. All three singers were onstage at one time, taking turns performing their own songs in front of an appreciative crowd
A no-good, cheating liar comes home to find his ex, Ashton Shepherd, right in the middle of a garage sale involving all of his earthly possessions in the video for her new song, 'Look It Up.' The hapless (and thankfully, amazingly passive and non-violent) man merely follows Shepherd around pleading his case as his car, boat, and other items are sold for mere pennies on the dollar.
Now that 2011 is finally here, the question lingers: What will be the first big country hit songs of 2011? We decided to ask the experts -- more specifically, the program directors in country radio.
Tom "Jake" Jacobsen, program director of country radio station WGNA in Albany, N.Y. (the No. 1 radio station in Albany) narrows in on a new single from a small town girl with big talent, as w
Some silly man's gone and forgotten the meaning of commitment, so Ashton Shepherd tells him to 'Look It Up' on her new single. It's the first song from the Alabama native's forthcoming sophomore album, which has no announced title or release date as of yet, but is expected in the first half of 2011.