About Ava Aston

From the time she could talk, recording artist Ava Aston has been getting lost in music. She is a recording artist with a uniquely crystalline vocal sound all her own. Truly beautiful vocal melodies that rise above smartly written songs.

Born and raised in upstate New York where she was classically trained, Ava draws from a broad range of influences from Frank Sinatra and Doris Day all the way to the Goo Goo Dolls. Musical styles and fads may come and go, but one thing remains true, Ava’s love to sing. She lives to create and perform music that makes you feel something, music that makes you smile.

Ava desires to utilize her gifts and talents to make a Positive Impact. Music to encourage and lift people up, music that means something. Ava’s latest release along with all her other music is available on iTunes.

27 Responses to About Ava Aston

  1. Welcome to the 21rst century Ava. I’m glad you have a blog now.

  2. I like you blog, and good luck in running it.

  3. Tom Baker says:

    I enjoyed the posts that I read and I wanted to let you know that I came by. Thanks for stopping by my site, despite the name and I appreciate your comment. I will be back. If you ever come back, I would like you to read The Most Beautiful Girl In The World. Have a great weekend.

  4. What a great blog site. So inviting.

  5. datGurl! says:

    oh-and I forgot to tell you this hip hop/rap dive LOVES your music!

  6. datGurl! says:

    ‘scuse the typo-meant ‘diva’. fix that for me, boo~*


  7. FFF Team says:

    Ava, I not only love your voice and style but the messages in your songs and the passion with which you deliver them. And I like that you have identified causes to support on your website . . . which also connects with my values.

    I know you checked my blog a week or so ago and left a comment, which is how I discovered you. I am wondering if there is a way for us to partner. My blog, upcoming book, and website are all about helping people find a passion and purpose for their lives and to live it in accordance with their values. The website will be a model of social entrepreneurship and much more. We will be giving back a percentage of the revenue we receive to worthy causes. And visitors to the site will be able to nominate nonprofits for our donations. (See Coming Attractions page: http://findfulfillflourish.wordpress.com/about/)

    Please re-visit the Find-Fulfill-Flourish site (http://http://findfulfillflourish.wordpress.com/) and share your thoughts. We are both working to launch something significant and perhaps we can help each other.

    I hope to hear from you!

    All the best,

    • Steve:

      First off I am always very flattered when someone compliments me on my voice and music. So, please know your comments mean the world to me.

      As far as partnering with you and Robin on your blog, new book, causes, etc, what do you have in mind? I am pretty open minded, let me know what you are thinking.

      You can send me an email if you want Avaaston@yahoo.com



  8. dorcas says:

    I kinda was very excited knowing that you visited my blog 🙂 , saw couple of your music videos and i must say… I loved your ‘I carry you with me’ the best.

    I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog by chance.. Its a great read.

    (just for your ears…. u kinda seem diff from the picture I had in my mind about artists.)

    • Angela —

      I am glad you stumbled upon my blog as well. It is a place I can just be one silly Greek girl. I hope that I am different in a good way! 🙂 I try to be. As I posted on your blog, it’s all about doing something with the talents gave us to glorify him.



  9. brownie26 says:

    I’m thrilled and in awe that you had a look at my blog! I’ve been listening to your song “We the People” all morning. It is fantastic! Continue to be wonderful and inspiring!


    • I enjoyed reading your blog. It is always nice to read something very well written and your blog is well written!

      I appreciate the very kind comments about my song, “We The People” I wrote my songs from my heart, so when it connects with someone else, it means a great deal to me. Thanks. Feel free to help me spread the word about my music.



  10. Ava,

    Hi! You were kind enough to comment on my post 8 Tips To Surviving Your Dysfunctional Family During The Holiday. I just wanted to circle back around and see how your holidays went. Also, I hope your career is going well also. Wishing you HUGE success in 2011!

    Thanks, Brian

  11. Josè Pascal says:

    Surfing the waves of the web I am pleasantly stranded in this beautiful blog.

    I write under the pseudonym of Josè Pascal (a descendant of the great Colonel Aureliano Buendía).

    I invite you to visit my italian writing blog http://parolesemplici.wordpress.com/mytinbox/. I define this blog “In parole Semplici” as a “virtuacultural tin” box where they are guarded thoughts, memories, images, sounds, and simple stories. ”

    If you want to participate and to have more informations send me a letter to inparolesempli@gmail.com

    Good life and I hope to soon

    • I can not read Italian. I know there is a way to translate it to English- I’m going to try and figure that out. I did subscribe to your blog so when I have the translation thingy figured out I can read what you have to say.



  12. I’ve always said that Greek Girls are the best singers, especially if they’re blonde. Obviously, I know what I’m talking about… : ) Keep up the great work, and a big kick in the pants to ol’ Mr. Bricks!!

  13. padiofarty says:

    I dont know much about music other than what does and does not hurt my pretty ears but one thing I do know is when I see a gorgeously beautiful woman and you sure look like one of those !!

  14. Harold says:

    Hi Ava! I got something for you on my blog! Seriously! I am not kidding about the duet (I think). 🙂 No need to publish this comment.

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