Cody Ash Joins Jelly Roll on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve: Mount Washington Drummer’s Big Moment

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Mount Washington’s own Cody Ash, a drummer by profession, is gearing up for a momentous occasion this New Year’s Eve. He is scheduled to perform during the nationally celebrated Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

A Leap to Fame

Cody Ash, who plays for rapper and singer Jelly Roll, has seen his career ascend following the pandemic. The drummer’s rise to fame is marked by significant performances, including an appearance at Louisville’s Louder Than Life festival and a spot on “The Tonight Show.”

A Nostalgic and Significant Performance

For Ash, this New Year’s Eve performance is more than just another gig. It holds sentimental value, as he recalls spending past New Year’s Eve with his grandmother. This year, though they won’t be together, she’ll be able to watch him perform on television. “I can’t do this this year, but if you watch TV, I’ll be there,” Ash shared, reflecting on this unique opportunity.

From Small Town to Big Stage

A 2011 graduate of Bullitt East High School, Ash’s background in sports and music during his school years laid the foundation for his musical journey. His story stands as an encouragement to young, aspiring musicians, especially those from smaller towns. Ash’s message is clear: pursuing a dream in music is not only possible but attainable.

Anticipated Performance Time

Details about the exact time of Ash’s performance are still being finalized, but it is expected that he will take the stage around 10 p.m. on Sunday night.

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