Ava started singing professionally at the age of 3yrs old featured
in local churches in the Dallas-Ft Worth area of Texas. Ava loves
the Lord with all her heart and it shows in her anointed singing!
Her testimony of Gods healing power in her body alone is worth
having her come and minister to your Church.
In 1980 she began traveling with Wally Fowler
of Nashville, Tenn. as a featured and background vocalist. The group
was called Wally Fowler and the Tennessee Top Ten. They traveled throughout
the United States performing Southern Gospel Music at major venues.
In 1989 Ava moved to Branson, Missouri and
began working with several known artists in the gospel music industry,
such as Boxcar Willie and Barbara Fairchild. While in Branson, Ava
became a major part in the Branson Gospel Music Association. Not only
performing but also helping to bring in new talent to perform in the
In 2001 Ava was named the Branson Gospel Female
Vocalist of the Year. Since winning that award Ava has been traveling
throughout the United States singing Southern Gospel Music in churches
and other venues. She has been the opening performer for such known
Southern Gospel Talent as, Karen Peck & New River, The Hemphills,
In 2001 Ava recorded and released her first
album entitled Singin 4 Him. It was a compilation of old and new Southern
In 2003 Ava became a national recording artist
with the release of her second album entitled Try Once Again.
Several songs on this album were released to the national media. They
included the title song Try Once Again and He Came Through. These
songs are being played throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Asia and
the Caribbean. This album was produced by Les Butler of Butler Music
Group and Family Music Group and recorded in Nashville, TN. Jason
and Aaron Crabb of the Crabb Family were gracious enough to sing back
up on two of Avas songs on this album.
Not long ago at the National Quartet Convention
Ms Dottie Rambo agreed to record two duets with Ava. Dottie was called
home to heaven before that happened. Ava has spent most of her time
touring throughout the Midwest and Southeastern United States singing
and giving her testimony at churches, womens conferences and
other venues. She has been seen on National TV on the Jim Bakker
Show out of Branson, MO and the Jimmy Snow show in Nashville, TN.
She would love to come and lift up the name of Jesus through song
at your next event.
In 2009 Ava recorded and released her third
album entitled His Grace Is Amazing.
In 2011 Ava recorded and releaser her fourth
and newest album entitled Stones.
Ava won the 2012 Beacon Award for Soloist
of the year and her new single "Stones" won the 2012 Beacon
award for song of the year.
Ava has a wonderful testimony of how God has
healed her body that she loves to share with others. Ava has shared
the stage with such artists as; Marty Robbins, Mel Tillis,
Merle Haggard, Marty Haggard, Roy Acuff, Willie Nelson, Howard &
Vestal Goodman, Johnny Minick, The Florida Boys, Gold City,
Karen Peck & New River, The Hemphills, and the Chuckwagon
Gang, as well as others.