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                  ‘Voices In My Head’ Music Video

It’s finally here! The official music video for Ashley’s new song Voices In My Head is out now. Enjoy this masterpiece. Screen captures for icons, headers and posts have been added to the gallery 😉

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                  How Ashley Tisdale Found Her Voice

The singer-actress talks her new album and overcoming anxiety.

Ashley Tisdale has built her entire career on being relatable. After moving to Los Angeles from her native New Jersey, the young entertainer cut her teeth with supporting roles on hit shows like 7th Heaven and Smart Guy. Despite her growing profile, Tisdale still prioritized working regular jobs and attending public school until she got her breakout Disney character, first as Maddie Fitzpatrick, the environmentally conscious teenage service worker in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

Having something that felt like a normal life likely helped Tisdale adjust to the pressures of her meteoric rise to fame, which hit critical mass when she played queen bee Sharpay Evans in the wildly popular High School Musical franchise, starting in 2005. But even off screen, Tisdale was fiercely individual on the streets and red carpet, wearing boas, UGGs, and no shortage of tulle and beads. You could tell from the squinty-eyed celebutante pout she perfected that she could care less about the public’s judgement.

Tisdale’s acting triumphs opened the door for equally successful music entrees, from 2006’s gold-selling bubblegum pop debut, Headstrong (“He Said She Said”), and her edgier pop-rock influenced follow-up, 2009’s Guilty Pleasure (“It’s Alright, It’s OK”). During both major-label efforts, Tisdale’s winning personality never dimmed, even when leaning into the tumultuous experiences of her teenage fanbase with life, liberty, and the pursuit of individuality.

This diverse industry cred all worked to establish Tisdale as one of the pre-eminent talents of her generation, coming from the same child star boot camp that bred contemporaries like Selena Gomez, Lindsay Lohan, Vanessa Hudgens, Drake Bell, Justin Bieber, Hilary Duff, and countless others. But of course, growing up in the limelight is not without its challenges, as we’ve seen time and again through the turbulent highs and lows navigated by all these stars.

And somehow through her own inner fortitude, Tisdale made what looked like a seamless transition to adulthood, taking on more risqué roles on shows like Sons of Anarchy and in Scary Movie 5. She has since gotten married to musician Christopher French, launched a makeup line, and executive-produced the ABC Family TV series Young & Hungry for its four-season run. Now 33, Tisdale is more in the driver’s seat than ever.

After nine years, super fans were elated to discover that Tisdale was ready to release her third album Symptoms. It’s out in 2019, and on it, she shows audiences a side they haven’t seen during her decades-long career — that of Ashley Tisdale, a woman navigating the ups and downs of her internal world. And it’s 100 percent her: alongside producer John Feldmann, Tisdale wrote the album’s nine songs, forging a creative partnership that allowed her to reveal her most vulnerable self yet.

The lead single from Symptoms, “Voices in My Head,” which you can stream below, carries an almost quiet grace. Over a simple, catchy guitar lick that morphs into a spare electro-infused beat, Tisdale acknowledges the voices that threaten to “fuck me up and change me” when she buries her feelings. She sings with serene acceptance about the voices as lies to you and me, making her experience universal. It’s the calm therapy session we all need right now.

Where does this come from? Tisdale gets candid and espouses hard-earned wisdom with PAPER in an illuminating interview. Here, she talks about being true to herself, self-love, and why we should label ourselves less.

Hey! Oh my god. I’m so excited. How are you?

I am so good, how are you?

Well, my life is so great, I get to talk to Ashley Tisdale!

Oh my god, you are hilarious.

So you’re working on your new album…

Yes, “Voices in My Head” [is out now] and then Symptoms will be out in January.

How are you feeling about it?

I know! I’m feeling really really good. You know, it’s so different from any of the other experiences I’ve had in music. In the past, for me, when it came to — even in TV and movies — I’ve always been like, “Oh my gosh! I wonder how this is going to do?” And I honestly have no fear, I don’t even really, honestly, care. I’m so proud of it, and proud of what I’ve done. It’s the most authentic thing I have ever done in my career. It’s very personal for me.

Wow, like even more than acting, everything else?

Oh, yeah. In acting, I’m playing different characters, so it’s not really me as a person. I’m producing other peoples’ visions; but this album is who I am, and I think it’s very scary at the same time because you’re being so vulnerable and that’s really hard. I think this is the first time my fans and people are even going to know who I am as a person. The album really takes you through a journey of what I’ve gone through.



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                  ‘Voices In My Head’ Out Now!

The time has finally come: Ashley’s new song Voices In My Head is finally available for all of us! You can purchase it on iTunes and Google Play ($1.29) or stream it on Spotify. To get us all in the sing-along mood Ashley published the official lyric video on her YouTube channel as well. The official music video will be up by next week she shared via Twitter.

On Wednesday (November 7th) Ashley attended the Soda Says Celebrates US Launch in Los Angeles, California. She also visited Spotify to talk about the new single. So many exciting things happening and so glad to keep you all updated. Keep checking in on our website, this post will be edited once we get more photos of Ashley promoting the song today!

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Besides promoting her new single Ashley visited Allure Magazine a little while back to film a “[…] tried 9 things she’s never done before”.

 

 

 



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                  ‘Voices In My Head’ Special Fan Project

Tomorrow (November 8th) Ashley’s brand new single Voices In My Head will be released and Ashley Tisdale Source is here to set up a very special fan project for the release and Ashley, but we need your help. To celebrate the release of Ashley’s brand new song we’d like to share a lip syncing video of all Tizzies lip syncing Voices In My Head. The song drops at midnight and you can listen to it on Spotify or Apple Music or purchase it on iTunes. Would you like to join this project for Ashley?

HOW TO ENTER

Listen to Voices In My Head any way you prefer and record yourself lip syncing your favorite part (or in general the song). Share the video with the team of Ashley Tisdale Source on either Twitter (tweet the part to atisdalesource), on Instagram (post the part and tag atisdalsource) or send the video via E-Mail (send a mail to contact@tisdalesource.com, either send the video or upload it somewhere – YouTube would be the greatest idea in this case – and send me the link). Since I want to include the people who made the video – once again, you – I would need your name, age and social media handles (if you want to share them), maybe even the country you’re from to show Ashley how many people have made this for her. Please include these information in your comment, tweet, description or mail.

WHAT WILL THE VIDEO BE LIKE?

I will give my best to cut together clips of everyone who entered – including myself – and put Ashley’s song in the background so it seems like we are all singing along to Ashley’s brand new masterpiece. In the end there should be a fan video in the length of the song of Tizzies celebrating Ashley’s new song. In the end I would want to add a little promotion for Ashley’s all new song, where to get it and surely I will share it on here and all social media sites so you can share it with everybody (also Ashley please) too.

Feel free to share this project with your friends and followers, on all social media platforms as well. The more Tizzies we get to enter, the greater the video will be. Please do not tag Ashley in any posts about this project yet. I would want the video to be a surprise for her. So once the video is finished (I may manage to do so on Friday, depending on how many people join) I will share the link on this website and the Ashley Tisdale Source Twitter to people can share the link with Ashley via Twitter and Instagram. Let’s surprise her!

About the deadline: the faster you enter (since the song is out in Australia and Japan for example – you can do your video already and share it) the better it’ll be. If I don’t get enough people together I may have to do the video all by myself – which would be sad. Right now I just hope some of you may enter so we can get this project done by tomorrow, the release day, otherwise I’d like to have the video done by Friday or Saturday.

Thank you in advance if you’re sharing this project or even take place in it. Don’t forgot to buy Voices In My Head tomorrow and to also stream the song.



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                  Holton’s Heroes Benefit Concert Performance

Ashley is set to perform at Holton’s Heroes (a non-profit charity, provides support, info and therapy tools for children that have suffered a traumatic brain injury) Benefit Concert in West Hollywood and YOU can join her. On their website they wrote:

Join us on Friday, November 16, 2018 at 7pm for an incredible evening of live music, dancing, food, drinks—and magic as we raise funds and awareness for pediatric brain injury survivors. Holton’s Heroes will host their 3rd annual benefit concert featuring live musical performances and endless special surprises for the supporters in attendance.

Last year, we raised over $25,000 for families around the country dealing with a pediatric brain injury. This year, we aim to beat that mark and hope you’ll join us for this yearly celebration.

We are honored to feature Ashley Tisdale as our headlining performer! Nurturing an impressive body of work that encompasses film and television, Ashley is one of Hollywood’s most sought after young talents as her career continues to evolve with exciting and challenging projects. Her latest album Voices In My Head is available everywhere Nov. 8.

About the tickets / Get them here

Join us for an incredible evening of live music, dancing, food and drink as we raise funds and awareness for pediatric brain injury survivors around the country with our 3rd annual benefit concert.

Tickets for entry are $40 per person. Raffle tickets will be sold at the event for $10 each to be used on any of the amazing raffle prizes on display. Prize winners will be chosen and awarded that night!

Additionally, our auction will feature special vacation packages, signed instruments and personalized experiences, so make sure to bring your wallet, a winning edge, and maybe a back-up wallet. 😉

The best part is that 100% of the proceeds from tickets sales, auctions, raffles, and merchandise go towards furthering Holton’s Heroes, which provides support, information, and therapy tools for children and their loved ones affected by a post-birth traumatic or anoxic brain injury.

Thank you to the Federal Bar and it’s management for once again donating their venue and service team to Holton’s Heroes for this wonderful evening of charity!

This event is 21 & over only. Must show ID upon entry

Source: Holton’s Heroes

We’re glad to share this amazing benefit concert/event with you. If you’re attending don’t hesitate to notify us so we can work out something special for Holton’s Heroes! Today, also, Ashley shared a few new photos of her Symptoms album shoot.

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                  Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Performance

Back in 2007 Ashley performed her cover version of Wham!’s ‘Last Christmas’ at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Today she announced that she’ll be performing her brand new single ‘Voices In My Head‘ (release date: November 8th) on this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on November 22nd. The new era has begun…

This High School Musical album – and darling of many other Disney Channel films – is also a legit pop music star. On her third album, Symptoms, the LA-based singer-actress trackles her lifelong struggle with anxiety with tracks like “Voices In My Head.” Plus, Ashley and her sister Jen develop and produce female-centered film and TV projects as cofounders of Blondie Girl Productions. ⭐️ Float Appearance: Fantasy Chocolate Factory from Kinder

Source: Macy’s

Ashley will perform alongside Diana Ross, Fifth Harmony, John Legend, Leona Lewis, Rita Ora and more super stars. The special will air at 9 a.m. EST on NBC’s “Today” show.

On Macy’s website they shared a brand new photo of Ashley’s Symptoms photoshoot. Enjoy!

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                  ‘Voices In My Head’ Snippet

Ashley ain’t playing. She often said that the upcoming single Voices In My Head (release date 11.08.2018) is going to be upbeat. And she didn’t lie! Check out a snippet below.

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Voices In My Head. 11.8.18 @symptoms #symptoms

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