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Aisling Stephenson is an Irish singer songwriter, also known as Aisling.
She was born in Co. Cork in Ireland to a jazz singing mother Rufina. She grew up with an older brother and younger sister also singer songwriters and moved to London in her late teens to embark on a music career. She signed to the production company of Tony Swain head A&R man at Universal music. They went on to record an album's worth of material which was never released apart from one track Is it over You took the sun away
When at Universal music she met Hiten Bharadia and they starting co-writing tracks for other artists. This led to a number five in Japan with the boy band W-inds track Im a man along with a track entitled Used to be released on Sony artist Timothy James's album "Make it happen" She has written and released material ranging from jazz, RnB, pop, house and soul and toured with Roots Manuva and performed with Matthew Herbert's big band, Omar, Eska Mtungwazi and the late Lynden David Hall. She lives in London and has announced on her Twitter page that she plans to release her album in early Summer 2012.