John Tumminello, co-founder Music City Unsigned - '...I have been continually amazed by Brice's artistry and the depth of emotion he conveys in his songwriting. Brice Ash is no glitz or glamour, no shiny Polish. He is an artist in the true sense of the word. A songwriter who sings with a grit in his voice, penning americana and old-style country songs rooted in the tradition of Kris Kristofferson, Guy Clark, John Prine, Townes Van Zandt and more recently Jamey Johnson. After a long wait, Brice Ash's debut album 'The Chariot' is here. With songs that sound like they've been aging like Tennessee whiskey in an oak barrel, Brice tells stories about love and family, drinking and sinning. From the simple acoustic guitar and cello on 'Her Love,' a father's touching tribute to the bond between a mother and child, to the rawness and attitude of 'Has Been Man,' Brice Ash shows his many sides. A tender heart and a rebel rouser rolled into one. On 'The Chariot,' Artist/Producer Andy Osenga (The Normals, Caedmon's Call) does one heck of an amazing job capturing Brice Ash's artistry with a sparse, airy and timeless sound that fits perfectly under his voice to showcase the album's 11 stories. Today's music scene is filled with perfectly-packaged 'here today, gone tomorrow' celebrities, but no one can force Brice Ash, along with his songwriting, voice and music, into that category. You may not know his name, but once you get to know Brice Ash's music, you too will long for the days when artists were artists and a great song was like taking a sweet chariot ride through the ups, downs and in-betweens on the bumpy roads of life.'