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Ashley Nemeh is a Syrian American recording artist and third-year law student at Cleveland Marshall College of Law. Ashley has performed with Rascal Flatts, worked with Grammy award-winning songwriters and producers, has debuted singles on radio stations across the U.S., was featured on ABC's 20/20, and was listed in Billboard Magazine as "new up-and-coming pop artist." Ashley graduated with honors from Case Western Reserve University and has recorded several albums. She is a volunteer at local Catholic Churches in Cleveland as a cantor and has served as a Eucharistic Minister since 2006. Ashley has also volunteered her time to sing for major events such as the St. Jude Fundraiser and the American Heart Association, to name a few. She had the honor of appearing with Ryan Seacrest and Jason Derulo to help support the opening of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Ryan Seacrest wing, has sung for the Ambassadors to Syria and Austria, sang the home opener and playoff games for the Cleveland Indians, and has had the honor of being asked to sing for many other events and fundraisers over the years. Ashley’s Christmas song debuted on radio stations across the U.S. as a “power current” for the 2020 Christmas season. She is currently working on her latest album and collaborating with some of the best songwriters and producers in the music industry, which is set to debut sometime in 2021. One of her dreams is becoming an entertainment attorney in order to help other recording artists navigate through the music industry. She is a proud Arab American woman and hopes to inspire those around her to never give up on their dreams and believe that anything is possible.
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