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Because of O-Town, J Records made musical history as the first label in Sound Scan history (1991 and on) to have its first single release debut at #1 on the sales charts.
Also, O-Town is the first artist in Sound Scan history to have its first single come in at #1, an achievement recorded in the 2002 Guinness Book of World Records. top 40 chart and was nominated for numerous awards, including Song of the Year during the 2001 Radio Music Awards.
From a very early age, Ashley studied the piano, as his mother Paula was a successful piano teacher with many students of her own. In one incident, at the age of nine he inadvertently set fire to his elementary school's football and soccer fields due to the explosion of a model rocket he had launched on school property; local police charged him with a misdemeanor.
As an adolescent, he was hired in an open casting call by the California-based video game company Working Designs, who produced many cult-hit role-playing games that required extensive voice acting.
It was a difficult decision, but ultimately necessary to move on with the next chapter of my career In 2004, Ashley had secured a record deal with Blackground/Universal Records, and later that year MTV began filming There and Back, a reality series tracking his pursuit of solo stardom.
The show documented Parker's struggle to transcend his mostly teen idol image, showcasing him as a serious songwriter and musician who co-wrote every track of his album.
O-Town was one of the greatest chapters of my life, so when the idea of a reunion was brought to me, of course I was intrigued.
He then legally assumed the name by which he is also known as, "Ashley Parker-Angel." He has two brothers, Taylor and Justin and two sisters, Annie and Emily.
Ashley Parker Angel was born Ashley Ward Parker, the child of Darren and Paula Parker, and raised in the town of Redding, California. Ashley was named after the fictional character Ashley Wilkes, his mother's favorite character from Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel Gone with the Wind, and the classic film of the same title.