Emerging Artists Series featuring 1Love

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 April EAS featuring 1Love

This husband and wife duo, 1Love, is a Pop/R&B group with a newly released self-entitled EP. A fresh take on the music of today, 1Love fuses Pop, R&B, and Jazz styles to bring an addicting sound to the world.

Ashley Kimbrough began singing professionally from the age of 4, and continuing with the Washington Performing Arts Society’s Children of the Gospel, where she was afforded opportunities to perform at many venues, including the Kennedy Center Honors, the presidential inauguration ceremonies of William Jefferson Clinton, and to sing “The Impossible Dream” for King Juan Carlos at the opening of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. While in high school, she won many awards including the Maryland Distinguished Scholar Award and others. Ashley received her Bachelors Degree in Classical Voice and Masters Degree in jazz Voice. She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Jazz Voice and Assistant Director of MTSU Singers (directed by Dr. Cedric Dent).

Ashton Kimbrough, a native of Montgomery, Alabama, began his career as a keyboard/pianist at the age of thirteen. Ashton’s influences include gospel keyboard players such as Kevin Bond, Aaron Lindsey, PJ Morgan, John Peters, and his greatest gospel influence Ben Tankard. Ashton has shared the stage with artists like Shari Addison, Shelly Massey, Cicely Floyd, Jonathan Phillips and many others.
Ashton not only works as a pianist, but also as an arranger, composer, producer, and programmer.

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