Ashley Monroe – 10 Random Questions

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Ashley Monroe is widely known for her part in the trio girl band Pistol Annies with members Miranda Lambert and Angaleena Presley. However, she has been performing music since she was just a kid.

Monroe was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. As a pre-teen she moved to Nashville to pursue her music. After only a year she was offered a publishing deal as a songwriter. In 2006, she released a duet titled "I Don't Want To" with the legendary Ronnie Dunn. The single did fairly well. Monroe also co-wrote Jason Aldean's "The Truth" and Miranda Lambert's "Heart Like Mine." She is one of Nashville's greatest songwriter's.

In March of 2013, she released her album "Like A Rose" via Warner Bros. Nashville to critical acclaim. The album was produced by Vince Gill.

Monroe has a classic country sound and a fire that comes to life when she sings. She is what real country music is made of.

1. At what age did you know you wanted to pursue music?

Always. As soon as I could talk I was singing.

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Danielle Bradbery lands Skechers endorsement deal

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Well Big Machine Records is now officially taking over the shoe industry. 

Earlier this year, it was announced that Taylor Swift had struck a deal with the shoe company Keds. Now comes word that her label mate, "The Voice" winner Danielle Bradbery, has also struck a deal with a shoe company. 

Yesterday, it was announced that Danielle Bradbery has been named the new face of BOBS from Skechers and will be featured in print and television ads starting in the spring of 2014. 

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Miranda Lambert wants Blake Shelton to go Biblical on Nashville bar owner

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Well it's happened. The National Enquirer has finally moved away from the stories of trouble in Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's marriage, at least temporarily. 

Now they've moved on to a new story about Blake being ready to murder and/or testify in court against the man who killed his friend, whichever comes first. 

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