Ashley Hutto Cochran
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Ashley Hutto Cochran


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"Catch a Rising Star" distributed by Paramount Group 2008 features my song "Livin' in a Love Song."

"Ashley Hutto Cochran Songwriting Demo 1" is self-distributed and features 9 of my songs:
"You Make me a Better Me"
"Wish Upon a Star"
"That's My Grannie"
"Better Than Me"
"Your Love is Unforgiveable"
"Livin' in a Love Song"
"How Can You"
"Since You're Not Here"
"I Believe in You"



My name is Ashley Hutto Cochran, I am 28 years old, and I am from a very small town called Pelham, GA. My maiden name is Ashley Laine Hutto but I got married on October 3, 2009 to the best man I have ever met, Steven Cochran, (Love you baby). I have an M Ed. in Health and Physical Education. I am a teacher and a coach.
I have been writing songs since I was 12 years old and it is something I shared with very few people. My songs are personal and reflect my life, my thoughts, my dreams, my heart breaks, my loves, and my feelings. Even now when I play these songs for people I become extremely nervous about how they may possibly react. I am a songwriter under Paramount Group out of Nashville, TN. I have a contract and copyrights on 11 of my songs with them although I have written nearly 100 songs which all have copyrights with the library of congress. I would love to have them all recorded on demos but it does get a bit expensive so I guess I will have to do a little bit at a time.
I DO NOT sing I only write these songs. My mother, grandmother, and a few cousins were blessed with the gift of singing but I was not. I was blessed with the gift of putting emotions into words and words into song and I am extremely grateful for this gift. I have desired a professional songwriting career since high school. I never knew how to exactly go about it and it was not feasible for me to move to Nashville, TN as a college student. I also had the HOPE academic scholarship and an athletic scholarship to run cross country at Valdosta State University here in Georgia. I would have been crazy to give those up. I finally sat down one day and thought to myself how sad it would be to waste a talent given to me by God so I decided to do something about it.
My first step was finding an organization that would pair me with a singer and create demos that they would promote. I finally developed the bravery to put myself out there in the public. I am determined to become a successful songwriter. If I receive rejection I will only continue to pursue this career until I hear a yes. I am a very determined person and I will not be giving up on this.