There are great bands, great writers, great voices, great performers. They are rarely unique, and they are rarely combined. Ansley’s voice is perhaps the most captivating in the Texas scene. Not because of notes she can sing, or trivial r&b choir tricks, but because her voice tells a story in itself. The songs, the words, the keys, are only half of the story, and the voice behind the music is the beacon that draws you in. Somewhere between hopeful and melancholy, between search and resolve, every note matters and is felt. Her voice conveys an honesty and wholehearted effort at every turn and without meaningless filler. Ansley is among the top tier of her scene, and after cultivating a following with hard rock trio Panic Volcanic, she’s ready to take her own swing.
Ansley has been playing on stages for over a decade, and now with the help of producer Taylor Tatsch at Audiostyles, Hand Drawn Records, and Fort Worth Artist Publishing, Ansley has crafted a new record, Rituals, and is paving her own way to audiences everywhere.