Ashley Campbell, the youngest child of nation music icon Glen Campbell, initially pursued an performing career before taking on the banjo in 2008. Currently a skilled pianist and guitarist, her banjo abilities created quickly and by 2009, she experienced joined her dad on the tour of Australia and New Zealand. When her dad was identified as having Alzheimer’s Disease later on that 12 months, she became a member of Glen’s music group on his prolonged farewell tour that could last until 2012. She started collaborating with her sibling Shannon in the indie folk duo Victoria Ghost, and sometimes joined her additional sibling Cal in his indie rock-band Quick People. Ashley’s visitor place playing banjo and showing up in the video for Rascal Flatts’ 2012 strike “Banjo” elevated her profile considerably as she continuing to create her own materials. Her 1st two singles like a single artist were created for her dad and made an appearance in the 2014 Glen Campbell documentary I’M GOING TO BE Me. The poignant “Keeping in mind” was a standout from your soundtrack and showcased Ashley’s assured and warm folk-pop design. By this aspect, she had got a single cope with Dot Information, a department of Nashville’s Big Machine Label Group. Dealing with producer Friend Cannon, she started documenting her debut recording for Dot.