Ashleigh Hackett to Headline 27th Annual Kids Fair in Charleston This Sunday
Gearing up for the release of "Can You Feel It," the follow-up single and video to her debut release "Let's Go!", multi-talented 9-year-old singer and multi-talented performer Ashleigh Hackett (www.ashleighhackett.com) will headline at the 27th Annual Kids Fair in Charleston, S.C. March 22.
Ashleigh, the granddaughter of legendary comedian Buddy Hackett and legendary songwriter, Ron Miller ("For Once In My Life") and daughter of Sandy Hackett and Lisa Dawn Miller, the stars and producers of the touring phenomenon "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show," will perform "Let's Go!" and premiere "Can You Feel It" - which will be released March 25 along with an exciting new video.
A celebration of and for children, Kids Fair - held at Burke High School from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - is a unique, interactive annual event that fulfills the cultural, educational and social needs of all children in the Charleston community, fostering community spirit, nurturing creativity and strengthening the family unit. It is presented by the Charleston Jewish Community Center in partnership with the City of Charleston and the Charleston County Community Education Department.
Ashleigh will be interviewed about her appearance today, March 19 (in the 11 a.m. hour) on the local Charleston station WCBD News 2 (Local NBC affiliate).
An empowering anthem and high-energy celebration of friendship and the power that exists when young girls bond together and do things their own way, "Let's Go!" was penned by her mother, singer/songwriter and performer Lisa Dawn Miller with Mark Matson. The playful, colorful video for the song includes members of her "crew" and includes images of Ashleigh, some of her friends and animated blue characters floating and dancing in outer space.
Ashleigh has been a frequent performer in "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show," (www.SandysRatPack.com) most recently singing "Candy Man" with "Sammy Davis, Jr." in a guest spot during the show's run at Theatre By The Sea in Wakefield, Rhode Island and at the Cerritos Center for The Performing Arts in Cerritos, Calif.