Ashland Craft is a Nashville-based country singer-songwriter, originally from South Carolina. Craft’s soul-infused vocals and ability to make a song her own landed her in the Top Ten on The Voice, before leading her to opening tour slots for major artists like Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen and other notable acts. Since moving to Nashville in 2019, Craft has won fans with her catchy fusion of edgy country and soulful Southern rock, like on the country girl anthem “Good Ol’ Girls,” the cleverly constructed ode to loneliness “Your Place or Mine” and the clear-eyed ballad “They Always Do.” A true, lifelong music lover, Craft found her honky-tonk spirit and cut her teeth singing country and rock covers at a bar in South Carolina, and counts Def Leppard, Gretchen Wilson, Chris Stapleton, Bonnie Raitt and John Mayer among her eclectic musical influences. Craft has been hard at work on new music, which will be out later this year.
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