Sharing a family blood line isn’t the only bond that Father and Daughter Brett and Ashleigh Dallas share. A love of music, writing and Golden Guitars also bind the dynamic duo and make creating music even more special and unique.
Winning the Golden Guitar for 2018 Traditional Country Album of the year for Ashleigh’s album “Lighthouse” also saw Brett awarded a Golden Guitar for his work as a producer. The win also made country music history holding 3 generations of Golden Guitars for the Dallas Family.
In 2019 Ashleigh released her 4th solo Album, once again produced by her right hand man Brett, which has seen the pair alongside their band play shows and festivals all over Australia and overseas.
Not only do you see how connected to the music they play you also see the love, friendship and humour that Brett and Ashleigh also share, leaving you as the audience captivated by their story telling and floating melodies.
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