Adam Ashley & The Gunslingers

Adam Ashley & The Gunslingers


Our music evokes both heartbreak and hedonism. Songs like "Please Don't Lead Me On" tell the story of a broken heart, while "Women, Money & Booze" & "Tear It Up" are about all the good things in life. We try to express all the emotions that make us human through our songs..that's what it's all about


Adam Ashley & The Gunslingers formed in late 2007 when Adam & drummer Donovan began playing local shows with Adam's sister Amanda on keyboard. When Amanda left due to work related issues, Adam & Donovan began seeking other musicians to jam with. Soon guitarist Jodey Salazar and bassist Zack Khoury joined the band and AA&TG began touring the U.S.

AA&TG recently welcomed new bassist Willy Mack to the band.

From the beginning we wanted to write music that made us happy. As they say "write what you know", which is why the album "Women, Money & Booze” was written. We’re definitely a “live” band, connecting with our audience is the most important thing to us. The bigger the crowd, the crazier it usually gets. We recently opened for country star Josh Gracin which was very exciting for us. The crowd was amazingly responsive, with 1000+ people there we had a lot of fun. We have played everywhere from Amarillo to Chicago and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. We are already writing for our next album which will be released sometime in early to mid 2009. Keep an eye on us…….


"Women, Money & Booze" Released in June of 08'

Current singles recieving airplay:
"Please Don't Lead Me On"
"Women, Money & Booze"

Set List

We mainly play originals from our album as well as new originals infused with various covers....

Originals Include:
Women,Money & Booze
I Gave Up An Angel For This
There's Not A Damn Thing Wrong With Me
Please Don't Lead Me On
Bar With A Good Band
Don't Stay Gone
Lucky To Get Into Hell
Tear It Up

Covers Include:
All My Ex's Live In Texas
All Summer Long
Amarillo By Morning
Born To Be Wild
Boys From Oklahoma
Brick House
Brown Eyed Girl
Can't You See
Cocaine Blues
Copperhead Road
Cover of The Rolling Stone
Drinkin’ Bone
Driving My Life Away
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Family Tradition
Feel Like Making Love
Friends In Low Places
Folsom Prison Blues
Gimme Three Steps
Give it Away
Good Ol' Boys
Johnny B. Goode
Keep Your Hands To Yourself
Knockin on Heaven's Door
La Bamba
Last Dance With Mary Jane
Let Her Cry
Little Less Talk
Little Sister
Long Haired Country B