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"In Music We Trust"

"Beautifully warm, emotionally sparkling pop songs that are as rustic as they are rich, delivering splendid hooks that make you want to jump up, dance, and sing along, coupled with the comrot of a warm blanket..."-- June 2005 - Alex Steiniger

"Jasmine Ash: From Grey to Blue"

Perhaps the brightest female singer/songwriter prospect to appear on the local scene in the past decade, twenty-three year old Jasmine Ash has all the tools necessary for a long and successful career in the business of music.
(for full article go to:
http://twolouiemagazine.com/feb_04_gbu3.html ) - Two Louies Magazine

"Jasmine Ash"

"... Jasmine Ash is the next big thing to come out of Portland." - The Oregonian

"Singer/Songwriter Jasmine Ash"

"Jasmine Ash can do it all. She writes, she can sing, and she's a performer... exactly what the music biz needs today." - Meredith Brooks


2002: penelope's diary
2005: from grey to blue
2006: jasmine ash acoustic live
2007: shine

songs from both albums are featured on radio wazee and have top ratings on it's playlist. songs from both albums have received radio airplay on local station KINK 102 fm, as well as on old school house rock radio.



Jasmine Ash is a singer/ songwriter from Portland, Oregon whose effortless charisma and soft, intimate voice have made her a favorite of the local scene as well as garnering interest from the record industry. Meredith Brooks writes: "Jasmine Ash can do it all, she writes, she can sing, and she's a performer...exactly what the music biz needs today." Jasmine's second CD entitled "From Grey to Blue" was and is an exciting departure from her previous acoustic work, and showed a level of complexity and maturity well beyond years. The record was released on May 14th, 2005 and quickly began to receive rave reviews. "...Catchy and beautiful...a feathery voice that wanders between cajolingly childlike and pristine." (kxl.com) "Her
vocals have a memorable quality that is only destined to get more so." (Andre Hagestadt) "Jasmine Ash is the next big thing to come out of Portland" (The Oregonian).
The CD was produced by the local production team of Ezra Holbrook and Sean Norton, whose previous credits include The American Girls, Camaro Hair, Little Sue, Assisted Living, Charm Particles, and a host of others. The Band that plays on both the CD and in concert has an impressive resume of it's own. Singer/songwriter and former Trauma Recording artist Aaron Masonek plays bass. Jason Henry, current member of the Portland rock band The Bella Fayes, plays guitar. Ezra Holbrook, producer and former drummer for Geffen Records band The Loved, as well as for the Decemberists, and current drummer for Little Sue, lends his talents on drums. It is an all star cast of local musicians who recognize that Jasmine has barely scratched the surface of a promising career. Playing in Portland for less than two years, Jasmine has managed to perform at almost every venue, and has played shows with popular local bands as well as touring acts. She recently returned from a three week tour of the west coast, a two week international tour in Tokyo, Japan and has been getting airplay on local radio stations.
Most recently, songs from "From Grey To Blue," were featured on MTV's Laguna Beach, among other popular television shows.
Jasmine has just concluded recording on her third and widly anticipated album "Shine" with breakout tracks such as Fall (Hidden Fortress Remix) and the album's title track "Shine." The album is due out for official release on iTunes June 11th and hard copy release July 28th with a live show featuring Jasmine and her band at the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR.
2007 is likely to be an outstanding year for the songstress, and many local critics view Jasmine as the next big breakout artist to come out of Portland.