Ashley Marie is a yodeling cowgirl who comes from a long line of ranching families. Her great grandfather is an Arizona Hall of Fame pioneer rancher and her parents are also ranchers in Arizona. She grew up riding, rodeoing and singing western music. She recieved much of her music training from her family who also played and sang. Ashley married a cowboy who gives her inspiration and material for much of her music. She is a good hand on the ranch and still helps her parents gather and brand when she gets time. She writes and sings many of her own songs, and also performs the traditional cowboy standards. Ashley's unique style of singing and yodeling has made her a favorite wherever she performs.
This song is about just some of the advice my parents gave me as I was growing up around horses and on the farm. Starting at a young age of around 3, then as I grew I received different advice and more responsibilities. Now that I have my own family and horses, I realize that it's an advantage to have knowledge about that kind of stuff! Enjoy and pass along!
WMA Member singer/songwriter Ashey Marie will be singing along side her Dad WMA Memeber Cowboy Poet Gary Kirkman and her two sisters, renowned fiddle plaer Lyndee Ervien , and bass player Amber Heap. Together they are The Coyot' and the Roses. Come enjoy a fun family night of Cowboy Poetry and great Cowboy music!