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Juliette Ashby: new album. Laura Evans: new EP. Two powerhouse singers

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Juliette Ashby is a British singer-songwriter with potent synthesis of R&B, reggae and neo-soul.She wrote her first song when she was 7 years old, in the car while on holiday in Greece.  She met her best friend Amy Winehouse at nursery school when they were 4 years old and by the time they were 10 they were writing and performing songs, dances and raps and recorded 3 original songs together.  Juliette now resides in London but is relocating to Los Angeles to continue to record and write music .  Her latest album is Bittersweet and the single“Over & Over”  produced by So So Def’s Mike Kalombo is now on the radio in theUK and coming this way.

Laura Evans is originally from the Valleys of South Wales, UK, home to many musical legends such as Tom Jones and Shirley Bassey. After 5 successful years on a BBC TV sitcom Laura decided to pack up and move stateside to pursue her biggest passion - music.  She recently wrote and recorded a 7 track EP live at the 'House Of Rock' Studios Santa Monica, entitled 'Remember When' released this April.  She has been likened to artists such as 'Duffy'  'Lucie Silvas' and a country and western version of 'Mariah Carey'.  Laura says her biggest musical influences are Country and Soul, she explains " hopefully if every heartfelt love song that I write, has a perfect mixture of both, then it works for me "