Happy Birthday Ashley! An Evening With Ashley Lehmann
NJ Singer-songwriter Ashley Lehmann invites you to join her and her friends Maggie Mae and
G.F. Patrick for an evening of songs and stories.
Ashley Lehmann is a classically trained vocalist, songwriter, and audio engineer with over
fifteen years of experience in music as an engineer and performer. In 2010 she bought a ukulele
and wrote her first song on it within a few weeks. Since then shes written numerous songs and
started the band The All Night Drivers to bring new life to her songs. She has continued her
musical growth as a performer and songwriter in collaborating with the band and performing in
choirs in New York and New Jersey. The All Night Drivers released a self-titled EP in 2017 and
Ashley spent a good part of last spring recording her first solo EP, Spark, which she hopes to
release very soon.
Maggie Mae is a singer-songwriter based in Philadelphia who fronts an exciting and
energetic Folk/Funk group under the same name. She pulls inspiration from the music she grew
up on and the strong musical foundation her family built, along with the ever-evolving world of
music around her to carve out a sound all her own. Combining genuine, heartfelt lyrics with
catchy, cutting guitar riffs, her songs can either touch your soul or make you want to get up and
dance. She has been described as poppy, polished, talented, & promising, by XPNs The Keys John Vettese
Guitarist and songwriter G.F. Patrick uses a post-country voice to examine the lives of everyday
people and the way their unique pressure points have brought them to the given moment.
While staying true to the folk and country idioms, he deftly re-purposes song styles to attack
outdated archetypes, putting music to the narratives of the overlooked and forgotten. By
crafting songs and telling stories, G.F. Patrick seeks to create opportunities for conversations
that avoid the polarizing effects of our current time.
Musik Haus Studios (View)
111 W. Broad St.
Palmyra, NJ 08065
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|