Roan Ash started playing guitar in 2001, and in 2006 he started opening for other bands, and doing his own live performances. Since then, Roan has shared the stage with artists including Dan Patlansky, Matthew Mole, Jo Black, Jan Blohm, Koos Kombuis, Arno Carstens, Vusi Mahlasela, Glaskas, Klopjag, Robin Auld, Albert Frost and others. In February 2015, Roan recorded and released his debut album, The Traveller, independently. In 2016, he co-wrote and recorded the theme song of the feature film, Sy Klink Soos Lente, alongside Bouwer Bosch and Dawie De Jager. He also co-wrote on the Jo Black album, titled ‘Skepe’.
Roan was nominated for a SAMA award in 2019 in the category best Adult Contemporary album of the year. Roan also won the ‘Bokkie’-award 2019 for the title National Artist of the Year. Roan’s music received an overwhelming response worldwide. WME in Nashville created opportunities for international ventures. He was invited to perform at the CMA’s (Country Music Association Fest) in June 2019.
Roan has a unique stage presence and his songs tell stories that touch his audience deeply. His life philosophy is “Be someone that feels the rain, don’t just get wet”.
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