AYSHA 11/21/2010

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Nominated two years in a row, for Jazz Artist of the Year and winner of Jazz Album of the Year for the 2010 Los Angeles Music Awards, Aysha has a solid history as a performer. For the past eight years she has been building a strong solo career. In 2006, Aysha independently released her debut CD “Love Is A Rock” and after much anticipation since the release of her debut CD, Aysha has now released her sophomore CD “Stay With Me. The exclusive EP consists of five original songs produced by legendary producer, songwriter, keyboardist & arranger Monty Seward (The Jacksons, James Ingram, Howard Hewett, Kelly Clarkson), acclaimed music director Kevin Dorsey (Michael Jackson) and Aysha. Additional guests include internationally acclaimed saxophonists, Everette Harp and Gerald Albright. This new EP is generating quite the buzz. “Stay With Me” has already received several stellar reviews from online publications across the nation and globe and has hit the charts in the UK coming in at #26 on the UK Top 30 Soul Charts on October 2nd and moving up to #20 in the second week. Three of the five tracks on the project have received major airplay on Broadcast Architecture’s Smooth Jazz Network in the New Music Hour, along with several other Internet and terrestrial radio stations. Aysha is a successful Jazz and R&B vocalist with various appearances on the music circuit on and off the stage. Her velvety voice is sultry and smooth with a jazzy edge, and with influences ranging from the likes of Sade, Toni Braxton, Phyllis Hyman & Chante Moore, her music is destined to be heard.





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“I love a love song, but it’s not always that simple. We go through things, we have to figure things out, we feel things, and sometimes you think you’re the only one who feels that way, but we’re not, and we have to capture the truth and passion that’s in old school music and speak it our way.”