The Music Makes it

ASH

ASH

“We hire Ashley once every two years for our Steven Gerard Foundation Charity Event in Portugal as well as a few times a year for Steven’s house parties and he really does bring the event to life. Regulars have started to know him now from the parties and so always ask...”

Anna (Steven Gerrard PA) / Liverpool

Ash is an incredibly versatile Sax player who is as happy playing a chilled soulful, smokey jazz set as he is playing along to your favourite dance floor filling club tracks.

Based in London, Ash is one of the most sought-after session saxophonists in the country. His musicality is second to none, allowing him the ability to lend his effortlessly cool style to an eclectic catalogue of genres. Ash can be the elegant highlight of your drinks reception, offering a beautiful set of jazz favourites or be the incredible addition to your evening's DJ entertainment, offering a fiery injection of live saxophone to your favourite dance-floor cramming club tunes. He has performed at some of the biggest nightclubs in the country alongside some of the best known names in the industry, jumping right into the audience and bringing his incredible live performance right to the dance floor. Your guests will love his infectious performance and enthusiasm.

Ash is happy to perform alongside all of our DJs.


Sample Dance/Club Mix

Circle of life / Terry Hunter circle club mix
Remember me / Soulmagic radio edit
Naku Penda / Original mix
Supernaturally / Preditah, Yasmin
Drowsy with hope / K Klass ultra vocal mix
Way we are / Kove, Melissa Steel
You don't know me / Radio edit
I Don't / Ibiza groove squad
Trouble / Offaiah club mix
Destination calabria / Alex Gaudino radio edit
Shine on me / Andrey Exx radio edit
This Girl / Kung, Cooking on 3 burners
Infinity 2008 / Guru Josh Project
The Heat (I wanna dance with somebody) / Ralph Felix
Rooftops (Aber) / Tobtok, Sorana
How deep is your love / Chris Lake remix
Show me love / Steve Angello
Piece of me / MK, Becky Hill
Say Something / Zac Samuel remix
More than friends / James Hype