My Journey from Music to Podcasting

A Long Overdue Catch-up

Hey ya'll! 

Just like the Florida spring that's blooming into a summer, my life has been blossoming in ways I never could've imagined. It's been a hot minute since we last caught up, and do I have some stories to share!

An Apology and a New Direction

First off, I owe you an apology for going off the radar. The last three years have been a wild ride, full of transformation and growth. It's been so intense that it's shifted my career in a new direction. But don't worry, I'm still strumming my guitar and penning songs. Music is in my veins, and that's not changing anytime soon.

Diving into the World of Podcasting

But here's the plot-twist - I've been diving headfirst into the world of podcasting. For almost three years, I've been hosting my own local podcast, the St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast. We've got over 100 episodes under our belt, and it's been a blast!

Expanding My Horizons

 I've been producing the "My Happy Ass Life" podcast, hosted by the fabulous Karen Key Smith. Plus, I've been dipping my toes into marketing with CMT 4 Me, a podcast by the Charcot Marie Tooth Association.

A New Venture and Keeping the Roots Alive

I've been creating social media content for a handful of clients and growing my client base for my new venture - ADF Media. This digital content creation agency is my latest passion project. We're all about producing podcasts, social media content, YouTube videos, and more for all you creatives out there.

Amidst all these new adventures, I've kept my roots in music journalism, regularly contributing to The Jamwich. This year, I'm celebrating a decade in the biz! Plus, I've got some juicy news about The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast that I can't wait to spill.

Keeping the Music Alive

On the music front, I recently had the honor of opening for Bill and The Belles at Historic Roberts Hall in Lynn Haven, Florida. A big shout out to Tim Parrish for making that possible. I've also been performing at the Florida Folk Fest in White Springs, Florida, and have had the pleasure of performing at the Barberville Pioneer Settlement twice in the past year.

A Journey of Growth and Gratitude

Through all these changes and new experiences, I'm still growing as a songwriter and as a person. I'm grateful for the opportunities I've had and for the support from all of you. Thank you for being part of my journey. I look forward to sharing more updates and exciting news with you in the future.

Stay tuned, stay safe, and keep the music playing.

With love, Ashley Feller

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