Standing out in a crowd of thousands is what each country music artist hopes for as they head to Nashville to pursue their dreams. Keeping a pulse on the music scene, Rolling Stone magazine often features the newest up and coming country artists making waves in music city. These artists stand out in the crowd of thousands and it’s generally a uniqueness in their sounds and character that catches the eyes of the media world.
Stephanie Quayle is one of May’s featured artists that shines like a star among the night time honky tonks and pubs on music row. With the release of “Drinking With Dolly” last year, it was no surprise this tried and true country gal would soon achieve her dreams and the country music world would take notice.
Raised in Montana on her family’s bison farm, Stephanie shares how she often listened to country music’s legends on the AM radio in the barn while doing chores. At the age four she began piano lessons, and at fifteen bought her first guitar. It was immediately after that she took to performing and knew this was what she was meant to do.
Splitting her time these days with her husband between her homes and farms in Montana, North Carolina, and Nashville. Stephanie finds time to do it all. A huge philanthropist, she advocates for St. Jude’s Children Hospital, Operation Smile and the local food bank raising funds and awareness for those in need. Recently signed as the ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch and Home Supply, you can see that she is country through and through.
Her recent release of “Winnebago,” a fun loving tune, takes the listener across the nation both through the lyrics as well as this summer as she hits the road on the 2017 Winnebago Tour with KOA Campgrounds.
Making two stops along the way in New York, you can catch her perform in New York City at the Rockwood Music Hall, as well as at the Staller Center for the Arts at SUNY Stony Brook. Don’t miss your chance to meet this multi talented young lady as she becomes a household name and her music hits the airwaves this summer.