Ashelyn Summers

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Many have compared her to Amy Lee of Evanescence, and the comparison is not without warrant; her rich, nuanced vocals will capture you the moment you hear them. And perhaps there is no better introduction than Willful Amnesia - with her voice set poignantly alone against of the sounds of storied instruments: the worn melancholy a 1910 Story ... Read more

Many have compared her to Amy Lee of Evanescence, and the comparison is not without warrant; her rich, nuanced vocals will capture you the moment you hear them. And perhaps there is no better introduction than Willful Amnesia - with her voice set poignantly alone against of the sounds of storied instruments: the worn melancholy a 1910 Story & Clark piano, the resonant tenor of a 100-year-old cello, and the sonorous baritone of a 200-year-old bass.

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Many have compared her to Amy Lee of Evanescence, and the comparison is not without warrant; her rich, nuanced vocals will capture you the moment you hear them. And perhaps there is no better introduction than Willful Amnesia - with her voice set poignantly alone against of the sounds of storied instruments: the worn melancholy a 1910 Story & Clark piano, the resonant tenor of a 100-year-old cello, and the sonorous baritone of a 200-year-old bass.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Many have compared her to Amy Lee of Evanescence, and the comparison is not without warrant; her rich, nuanced vocals will capture you the moment you hear them. And perhaps there is no better introduction than Willful Amnesia - with her voice set poignantly alone against of the sounds of storied instruments: the worn melancholy a 1910 Story & Clark piano, the resonant tenor of a 100-year-old cello, and the sonorous baritone of a 200-year-old bass.

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