Archives for November 2013

Ayla Brown


Ayla Brown at a glance may seem to be an average young adult. Hold that glance for more than a moment, and meet a young, diligent, and aspiring woman. Driven by her own determination and core values instilled upon her by loving parents, United States Senator Scott Brown and television reporter Gail Huff, she has pursued a diverse range of endeavors.

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With additional support from her sister Arianna, her achievements in the short span of the last eight years include; being an American Idol Semifinalist, recording artist of multiple albums, a touring artist of national and local performances, a great involvement in numerous charitable causes, a National Anthem singer for the Philadelphia 76ers, a Division 1 basketball player, and national news correspondent for The Early Show on CBS.

From a young age, Ayla wanted to be in the spotlight, but she understood it was important to receive a college education. “When I was on Idol, there were many kids my age who decided that school wasn’t the right fit for them,” says Ayla. “I think that an education is one of the most important gifts anyone can receive in their lifetime.”

After her departure from American Idol, Ayla laced up her sneakers for a career on the basketball court, and for four years she served as a starter on the Boston College Women’s Basketball team, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications.

“As much as I wanted to be on a stage, receiving a basketball scholarship helped my parents tremendously with my tuition. I think they were just as excited I was to learn that I would be receiving a free education and playing for one of the best conferences in the country!” says Ayla.

Upon graduation from Boston College in 2010, Ayla packed up her car and moved to Nashville in February of 2011. In January of 2012, Ayla released a self-titled country music album from her newly started record company, Ambient Entertainment. Her first single release, “Goodbye for Good,” stayed strong at #1 on’s Country Rock, Country Pop, and Overall Country charts, beating out artists such as Willie Nelson. All of the tracks were recorded at Ronnie’s Place in Nashville, TN, studio of legendary country star, Ronnie Milsap. Ayla produced the album, and she also co-wrote seven out of the nine tracks on the CD. During the summer of 2012, Ayla’s self-titled CD charted on Billboard in the Northeast of the United States.

In November of 2012, Ayla released her sophomore country patriotic-inspired album titled, Heroes and Hometowns. All songs were recorded at CURB Studios in Nashville, TN, and a portion of every CD sale benefits a military non-profit based out of Massachusetts called Hugs for Heroes, Inc. Ayla co-wrote or wrote five out of the seven songs on the album. New Balance Shoes sponsored the project, and the physical CD is available on Ayla’s website, “Pride of America” is the first single off the album and is available on all digital retailers, including iTunes.

As a little girl, Ayla was never one to keep a diary of thoughts or songs, but that didn’t prohibit her song-writing skills later on in life. “I feel as though I am one of those people who discovered writing songs much later in life than anticipated. Being so hard-nosed with sports I thought it was ‘weak’ to share your emotions,” she says. “But when I moved down to Nashville I realized that it was actually okay to share your feelings (sometimes with complete strangers) for the benefit of pulling out the best songs from your soul. I am so lucky in that sense to call Nashville my home.”


Between Ayla’s multiple albums, she has either co-written or written the majority of the songs featured on the CDs. “I am so blessed to write with some of the most creative people on the planet,” she says.

Ayla is a fearless songwriter, and over the years she has written with a variety of fantastic songwriters. Some of those writers include: Phil Barton (“Woman Like You,” “She Rides Away,”), Emily Shackelton (“Love Like Mine,” “Dream Big”), Billy Montana (“Bring on the Rain”, “Hard to Love,”), Kelly Archer (“15 Minutes of Shame,” “Love Like Mine,” “Got my Country On,”), Bruce Wallace (“Don’t” “Watching Airplanes,” “Red Light”), Jan Buckingham (“Blue Rose,” “I Don’t Mind the Thorns”), and more.

Currently, Ayla has four songs cut on Irish country music singer, Pete Kennedy, including a duet called, “Do What’s Right,” which is featured on Pete’s project, Nashville Sessions Vol. 2. Pete Kennedy was nominated for BCM Album and Song of the Year and BCM Male Vocalist of the Year.

Whether it is singing on a stage, writing in town, or participating in a charity event, Ayla Brown is a forced to be reckoned with. At 6 feet tall, her presence takes over a room. Just ask anyone who has worked with Ayla and they will tell you she is the hardest working person they know.

 For availability and booking:

Triangle Talent, Inc.
(502) 267-5466

Nathan Osmond


Nathan Osmond is one of Country music’s HOTTEST new acts and the charts speak for themselves. His four latest singles. (“Sweet,” “The Tailgate Song,” “There’s A Whole Lot About A Woman” (a duet with Country legend, Jack Greene) & “Stars &

Stripes” have all recently hit # I on several Country charts. His music videos have also been seen on many National music networks including CMT & GAC.

Nathan was recently nominated as New Artist of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year by the New Music Awards in Los Angeles. This year Nathan received the Ten Outstanding Young American award from the U.S. Junior Chamber (JAYCEES) for his musical accomplishments and humanitarian efforts. Be is a proud member of CMA and lEBA. His new album, “Homeward Bound Heroes” is scheduled to be released later this year and features duets with Country legends, Collin Raye and Linda Davis. He has recently shared the stage with Carrie Underwood, Chris Young. Martina McBride, Scotty McCreery, Lonestar, Clay Walker, Collin Raye, Alabama and more…


Whether it’s playing to a sold-out stadium or even .a local county fair, Nathan always delivers a high-energy, crowd-pleasing performance that always leaves his audiences wanting more. “One of my favorite things to do is meeting the fans after the show, said Osmond. He is notorious for taking the time after every performance to lei his fans know how much he appreciates their support. This is one of the many reasons his fans are so loyal! He even has a street team, called “The O-Zone,” whose members are actively spreading his music around the globe. “I could not ask for better fans,” Osmond said.

Nathan is actively involved with several charities like The Children’s Miracle Network, Autism Speaks and Operation Smile. He is the National spokesperson for American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation and The Wounded In Action Family Foundation. He believes in giving back.Nathan was voted by Country fans as “Best Local Country Artist” this year in Utah, and received the Eagle Country award. His rendition, of the National Anthem is stellar and already this year he has been invited to sing at several major sporting events including the Utah Jazz, The Seattle Mariners, The Colorado Rockies, The Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, and more.

On top of his musical talents, Nathan is also a gifted public speaker/emcee. He has shared the stage with such luminaries as Donald Trump, Anthony Robbins, Brian Tracy, Magie Johnson, Andy Andrews, Les Brown and countless others.

Nathan brings with him over 25 years of experience in show business and believes that you are only as good as your last show. Event planners rave about their experiences when booking him. This is one entertainer who is guaranteed to please!

For availability and booking:

Triangle Talent, Inc.
(502) 267-5466