Ayla Brown

Ayla Marie Brown (born July 28, 1988) is an American NCAA basketball player and recording artist from Wrentham, Massachusetts who is best known for placing in
the Top 16 of the fifth season of the reality singing show American Idol. She is the daughter of United States Senator-elect Scott Brown and WCVB-TV reporter Gail Huff.

Following her departure from Idol, Brown made hundreds of personal appearances in 2006, most covered by local or national media and drawing as many as 500 to 2,000 or more fans. She appeared at the Kiss 108 Concert in Mansfield, Mass. in front of 20,000 people on May 20, performing four songs in addition to introducing Natasha Bedingfield. Brown sang the national anthem on July 4 with the Boston Pops in front of hundreds of thousands of people. Brown's performance featured a multiple F-16 fly-over and was televised by WBZ-TV, Boston's CBS affiliate. Brown appeared at Fenway Park on July 12 and she also performed six shows over three days at the Eastern States Exposition (The Big E) in W. Springfield, Mass. from September 15-17.

Brown was asked once again to perform with the Boston Pops at the Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Mass. on September 29, where they performed a full orchestrated version of her title track "Forward" as part of B.C.'s parents' weekend celebration. Brown was also featured in the November 2006 issue of American Idol Magazine.

In 2007, Brown appeared at many events including the annual St. Patrick's Day Breakfast in South Boston on March 18 and the Crocker Field Sunset Concert Series on September 16 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. more...

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