After covering a story on Songs of Love for the CBS Early Show as their part-time correspondent, Ayla Brown agreed to be a spokesperson for the Songs of Love Foundation to help bring more awareness and funding. During the segment, Ayla also recorded a “song of love” for 6-year-old Hannah Lowe. She recently recorded another “song of love” for Collin Lecey.
Ayla Brown at a glance may seem to be an average young adult. Hold that glance for more than a moment, and meet a young, diligent, and aspiring woman. Her achievements in the short span of the last six years include; Being an American Idol Semifinalist, recording artist of three albums, national and local performances, and involvement in numerous charitable causes. All while being a NCAA Division 1 Student-Athlete and earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Boston College.
Ayla currently lives in Nashville, TN. The atmosphere has turned her affinity for country music into a love for the area, music and culture. The Great American Country (GAC) channel hired Ayla to cover the Country Music Award’s, conduct interviews with fans and country music artists for the 2010 country-fest in Nashville.
The pinnacle of her experience in Nashville was the opportunity to perform the National Anthem on July 4, 2010, with the Grammy Award winning Nashville Symphony Orchestra. This June, Ayla had the opportunity to perform three shows during CMA fest. On July 4th, Ayla opened up for Darius Rucker, performing a forty minute set in front of thousands of fans and spectators.
In November 2010, Ayla partnered with Outback Steakhouse on their “Feeding Freedom” tour and performed a two-week tour in Afghanistan, singing for America’s finest troops.