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Hi, I'm Ashley!

After high school, I moved to Nashville without knowing a single soul to pursue a career in the music industry. I rolled into town thinking I wanted to be an artist, but Wynonna Judd offered me a job at her management company — and you just don’t turn down a Judd in Nashville, right? 

After several years with Wynonna, I left to become a spokesperson for the Governor and Tennessee Department of Education as Miss Tennessee, traveling and speaking daily to various groups across the state. That year taught me how much I love taking the stage to tell stories and advocate for things that matter. I transitioned to selling sponsorship and endorsements for music clients at Creative Artists Agency, then left my corporate job in 2012 to find, tell and produce incredible stories in the entertainment industry and beyond.

As I’m sure you’ve gathered by now, I’m a storyteller at heart.

In the years that have followed, I’ve had the privilege of sitting down with some of music’s biggest stars…

Along with authors, business leaders, brands and influencers to share about the people behind the platform. I’ve had my own radio show on Apple Music Country, built a successful podcast, All Our Favorite People, hosted a daily music news show on, hosted live concert specials for television, and written for various publications. 

In 2017, I launched AE Entertainment... 

A media company that specializes in Story Consulting, Media Coaching and Content Creation. We help our clients discover and retain their own voices, honing in on the most effective way to connect and communicate with their audience. We help artists, business executives, brands and influencers find their unique messaging and share it authentically. We also create and produce original, story-driven, short and long-form content for our clients. And perhaps best of all, for nearly the last decade, I’ve had the privilege of hosting the Dollar Club - a monthly, story-driven video series, that facilitates global charitable giving with Cross Point Church. The series has taken us everywhere from Nashville and Las Vegas to India and Ukraine, sharing the hope and resilience of people walking through incredibly difficult circumstances, and the everyday generosity of our community.

The Official Bio

Award-winning host Ashley Eicher is an on-air personality, storyteller, podcaster, and producer. She has been the host of Guest List Radio with Ashley Eicher on Apple Music and is the founder of AE Entertainment, a media company that specializes in Story Consulting, Media Coaching and Consulting, and Content Creation for artists, business executives, brands and influencers. Eicher developed, executive produced and hosted the ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund video series Country Music Lifts Lives – a multi-episode project featured during the ACM Awards that raised money and awareness for touring professionals who lost their jobs and livelihoods during the pandemic. 

Prior to wrapping in 2020, she co-hosted and co-founded the All Our Favorite People Podcast which featured in-depth conversations with artists, actors, and business leaders. Named one of “10 Nashville Podcasts You Should be Listening to Right Now” by The Nashville Edit, the podcast was also spotlighted on,, ET Canada, and more. A recipient of the Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Program Host, Eicher has been an entertainment correspondent for, USA Network,, and Vevo. 

A sought-after spokesperson, host and moderator for live events, her clients include George P. Johnson (GPJ) Experience Marketing, LiveNation, Cannes Lions, Rodan + Fields, Drybar, Marriott International, Happy Friday Entertainment Marketing, FlyteVu, TalkShopLive, The Onsite Foundation, Autodesk, and more. In addition to her professional endeavors, Eicher hosts a monthly, story-driven video series that encourages and facilitates global charitable giving called The Dollar Club for Tennessee-based Cross Point Church.