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Welcome 2014!

Thank you all for such a great year!  We ended 2013 with this great review from American Roots UK.  I look forward to sharing more music with you in 2014! This year starts with a swing through the SE – including supporting slots with Jerry Joseph and a spot at 30A Songwriter Festival! See tour […]

Little Drummer Boy and end of the year update

This has been a great year so far, thanks in large part to you.  My gratitude! In honor of you in this Season of Giving, here is a Flynn-made holiday favorite (or not!), The Little Drummer Boy.  Enjoy and download for your ongoing holiday listening pleasure.   The press coverage for A Million Stars keeps rolling in. Last […]

Todd Snider’s Street Roots Benefit, San Fran and LA!

Hello!  What a fun fall so far! I took a gorgeous spin through the SW with Todd Snider in October, and am gearing up for a Street Roots Benefit with him here in PDX. Then it’s down the coast for shows in San Fran and LA – please see tour schedule. Finally, happy to announce […]

REVIEW: “Very worth listening to!”

Songs from A Million Stars could each stand alone, but tell a much larger story of America as a cycle. The music is pure Americana sounds, sometimes bluegrass, sometimes country, sometimes old-time jazz or blues. Very worth listening to! READ THE REVIEW

REVIEW: “a special way’

You’ve heard every tale that has ever been told so all that remains is in the telling. So if you’re a troubadour then you had better make sure that you’ve got a special way of getting that story across. That point seems lost on most of the tame and tawdry practitioners of Americana as they […]

REVIEW: East Nashville: Ashleigh Flynn is Smashing

This review comes off the heels of a helluva time at East X Americana Festival in Nashville: An excerpt about Dirty Hands and Dirty Feet: “The second track is the one that made me say Whoa! on Tuesday night. Hearing it live for the first time and then a second time on YouTube, I sensed […]

REVIEW: “Rather charming”

The album’s twelve tracks represent some of the best Americana you’ll hear this year from the title track chronicling the story of Cattle Annie and Littles Britches, two cowgirls who rode the outlaw trails in the late 1800s, to the marvellous rock out tale of Annie Oakley – How The West Was Won, it’s a […]