On Wednesday, May 23, Ayla joined The 10! Show in Philadelphia to talk basketball, music, and her upcoming shows with Josh Turner! In this segment, Ayla is singing her songs, “Miss you Already,” co-written by Ayla Brown, Kelly Archer and Charlie Hutto and “Beat by a Girl,” co-written by Ayla, Charlie Hutto and Aaron Rice. Everyone in the audience received a Sixers rally towel in spirit of the playoff game, and a copy of Ayla’s self-titled CD.
Thank you to Caché for providing Ayla with her wardrobe, and Stilettos in the King of Prussia Mall for her shoes! Both of these retailers can be found on the contact section of Ayla’s website! Go Here
On May 15, 2012, Ayla performed on the Fox17 Morning Show in Nashville, TN. She performed “Miss you Already,” from her new self-titled CD. The song was co-written by Ayla, with Kelly Archer and Charlie Hutto. This song, as well as the rest of her CD, can be found on all digital distribution sites, including iTunes. Check it out here
On April 19th, Ayla will open up for one of her all-time favorite country music singers, Josh Turner, at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA. “I have been obsessed with Josh Turner’s music for years and it’s always been a goal of mine to meet him. Never did I think I would get an opportunity to open up a show for him though!” said Ayla. “I hope this show is one of many more to come!”
Tickets are already on sale. Go to the ‘Tour’ section on Ayla’s website for the ticket link, or visit, www.JoshTurner.com for more information. Show starts at 8:00pm.
On the morning of March 18, Ayla sang “God Bless America” at the St. Patrick’s Day Roast in South Boston. The breakfast is held every year on St. Patty’s Day weekend and is hosted by State Senator Jack Hart. State politicians and local officials look forward to this event every year because it is one of the only opportunities they get to talk trash about the other elected officials of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This year, the breakfast aired live on New England Cable News. Ayla’s father, United States Senator Scott Brown, participated in the roast, making jokes about Mitt Romney’s Cadillacs, his future opponent, Harvard Professor Elizabeth Warren, and making light of the fact that he was virtually the only republican in the entire room. After the breakfast, Ayla joined her family by walking in the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Watch Ayla’s performance below:
Today, Ayla woke up bright and early to join NBC10 Philadelphia for an interview and special performance! Click below to watch both the interview and performance, and if you want to win tickets to any of the Sixers home games, follow Ayla on Twitter: @aylabrown.