Years later, she’d find herself starring in Disney’s hit musical “THE LION KING” as Young Nala! Ashley’s mom packed up and took their little girl on the road! It was one of the most amazing experiences she’s ever had! She and her family always work together to help her balance busy days of auditions, shoots, recording sessions and her schoolwork. It’s also very important for Ashley to “give back”, so she always finds time to help out in her community! When she got back from “The Lion King”, she landed several roles in the popular “American Girl Revue” at the Grove in L.A. (It’s a show based on everyone’s favorite AMERICAN GIRLdolls!) Ashley loved this because not only did she get to do a lot of fun shows, she also got to perform at Children’s Hospitals and other places that let her get out and sing for kids! Then, one day, her dreams of singing on stage as ASHLEY ARGOTA began coming true! Ashley started preparing for her path as a recording artist a few years ago by being the youngest performer ever to win 5 times in a row at “Amateur Night at the Apollo”. She went on to be a “Star of Tomorrow” at “Showtime at the Apollo.” Ashley then went on to perform at such venues as Universal Citywalk, The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and Dodger Stadium! Every time she hits that stage, there’s something magic that happens…for both her and her fans! Ashley has appeared two years in a row at the girl scouts "GirlFest" and has been asked to perform again this year! Her song Dreams Come True was the theme song for this year's Orlando Citrus Parade and is also the theme song for The Wizard Of Oz Festival celebrating the Munchkins getting their star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame! Ashley's song Diva was licensed in the Canadian reality TV series Chris and John To The Rescue. Continuing to follow her dreams, Ashley recently completed her debut CD titled “Ashley,” with her Los Angeles based production company, MOHO PRODUCTIONS! It is available for purchase on iTunes and CDBaby.com.
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