Join in for a country rock show with Thomas Mac & Ashley Martin, sponsored by TriComB2B. Be sure to bring your picnic blanket, chairs, family and friends to this free live show! For more information visit levittdayton.org. Ashley Martin is a singer-songwriter from the heart of America. She was born in Dayton, Ohio into a family where music was a basic part of life. She quickly found her place in her family’s seventy-five-piece gospel choir, belting her first solo at just six years old. She later attended Belmont University in Nashville and studied music business. Martin now tours the country with her four-piece band. She has created a unique style all her own – a mix of country, rock and pop. Her shows are sexy, high-energy musical experiences. Martin continues to improve her singing and songwriting talents. The band has opened for the likes of Brett Eldridge, The Band Perry, Tracey Lawrence, Dustin Lynch, Frankie Ballard, Trick Pony and Zac Brown Band. Martin’s songs are getting better every year. She released her third CD Take 2 in October 2016. Her latest single “He’s Mine” has generated more excitement than any of her previous works. Thomas Mac, Nashville singer / songwriter, born in Dayton Ohio, comes by country music naturally. He started giving live performances when he was 14 years old playing on the stage at a local Opry House in Lebanon, Ohio. After performing for the first time that night with a live band, Thomas had one goal in mind…to work hard, perfect his craft and one day become a Nashville recording artist. Thomas began learning on his own by listening to great country performers he admired and respected in the industry, like Johnny Cash, George Strait, Brad Paisley and Kenny Chesney. These and many other artists have influenced his writing and singing. His voice has a tone that keeps you wanting more and his writing skills blend traditional with pop country. Thomas continues to perform every song with passion and excitement. His singing will melt your heart and you’ll love having his songs stuck in your head all day.