Ayla joined Fox17 in Nashville to raise money and awareness for the Oklahoma tornado victims on May 31, 2013. If you’d like to help donate to the tornado victims please go to the Red Cross website.
Ayla sang her new single, Pride of America. “Pride of America is the perfect song for not only the people of Oklahoma, but for everyone throughout the country. This is a time when we need to come together, as Americans, to rebuild our wonderful country,” said Ayla Brown. To purchase Pride of America click here: iTunes.
During CMA Fest, up-and-coming country superstar, Ayla Brown, will be making multiple appearances in Nashville. Ayla will be doing two booth signings inside the new Music City Center, as well as two acoustic performances at the Bridgestone Welcome Center. On Saturday morning, Ayla will participate in the CMA Celebrity Softball Game on “Team Opry.” The game begins at 9:00am, so check out the game to see your favorite country artists on the field. The game benefits City of Hope.
On Memorial Day, Ayla Brown, got the chance to perform live on Fox and Friends in New York City. She sang two songs for the energetic morning crowd, one of them was her single, “Pride of America,” for live TV and the other was “Hero in her Hometown,” which was recorded for the “After the Show Show” online. “I am so humbled to have had the opportunity to perform on Fox and Friends,” said Ayla. This is like a dream come true, especially on such a memorable holiday such as Memorial Day!”
On the show, Ayla gave the anchors some new swag- a copy of her Heroes and Hometowns CD, and each of them a pair of New Balance shoes. For more pictures visit Ayla’s Facebook Page.
On May 25, 2013, Ayla Brown made her Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville, TN. This was a memorable day for Brown as she shared the stage with artists such as Vince Gill and Steve Wariner. Brown sang two songs from her Heroes and Hometowns CD for her debut including her current single, “Pride of America.” During “Hero in her Hometown” Ayla welcomed 17 female soldiers from Ft. Campbell’s 101st Airborne Division. The audience immediately stood up and gave Ayla and the soldiers a standing ovation, and they remained standing until the last note of the song. For more pictures visit Ayla’s Facebook page!
INTOUCH-As a struggling country singer, former American Idol finalist Ayla Brown dreamed that one day she’d get the chance to stand on stage at the historic Grand Ole Opry in Nashville – and on May 25 that dream came true!
The 24-year-old, who made Idol’s top 16 in 2006, performed two songs from her new album, Heroes & Hometowns, on a bill that included country legend Vince Gill. And her proud papa, former Massachusetts senator Scott Brown, was in the audience to watch his little girl perform.
“I have been working incredibly hard since moving to Nashville two years ago and this is proof that hard work really does pay off,” Ayla says.
The 6-foot tall brunette has been busy since leaving Idol, releasing four albums, playing basketball for the NCAA and singing the national anthem at Philadephia 76ers games, and says that her work ethic comes from her 53-year-old dad – “he’s the hardest worker I know!”
Right now the former senator (who famously embarrassed his daughter on election night in 2010 by announcing she was “available”) is focused on a goal of his own – to join Ayla on stage one day. “He’s been taking guitar lessons and has been working really hard on my song ‘Pride of America,’” Ayla says.
That single will be released on July 4, so the former model (and Cosmopolitan magazine’s Sexiest Man of 1982) had better start brushing up on his chords!
Thanks to Guestbooker.com and Intouch Weekly for the feature! To read the article on the website go here: INTOUCH WEEKLY
Ayla Brown will perform live at the New Balance Experience Store in New York City on May 16th from 11am-1pm. New Balance is the sole sponsor for Ayla’s “Heroes and Hometowns” CD and currently Ayla is on her “Pride of America Tour.” She recently opened up for country musicians; Clint Black, Sara Evans, and Craig Morgan, and headlined many events including The Middle East and Mohegan Sun Casino.
Ayla will be signing free autographs at the New Balance store and will be performing a set inside of the store. She will also have CDs available for sale for $10.00. Each “Heroes and Hometowns” CD sale of benefits a military non-profit called Hugs for Heroes.
Come visit Ayla from 11am-1pm at 150 5th Ave, New York City, NY.
On May 25th, Ayla will have mer magical debut at the Grand Ole Opry! The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music stage concert in Nashville, TN that is broadcasted live on WSM-AM at 7:00pm. Since 1925, the Opry has presented the biggest stars in the country music genre. Some legends who have performed at the Opry include: Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Ernest Tubb, Josh Turner, Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley and many more!
Join Ayla Brown and other stars at the Grand Ole Opry to celebrate Memorial Day weekend. Ayla will be singing two songs from her, Heroes and Hometowns album, which can be purchased on her website. The two songs Ayla will be singing are, “Pride of America,” and “Hero in her Hometown.” For more information on the Grand Ole Opry and tickets go to: OPRY.
Senior Sixers.com correspondent, Ayla Brown, sat with former Sixers player and fan favorite, Allen Iverson, at the March 30th home game. It was fan appreciation night at the Sixers game and every fan received an Allen Iverson bobble head. Click on the picture or this link to hear the full interview: ALLEN IVERSON INTERVIEW