“This music has changed me and I have found what I believe to be my place in country music. I have never been more comfortable in my voice and skin as I am today.” -Stephanie Quayle
Country artist Stephanie Quayle grew up on a bison farm in Bozeman, Montana. She started playing piano at age four, bought a guitar at age 15 and stepped onto a stage fronting a band the next year, at which point she decided "this was where I was meant to be." And Nashville is buzzing about the rising star.
Rolling Stone Country named Quayle a Top 10 “Artist You Need To Know.” The vibrant singer-songwriter’s radiating energy and booming personality grabs hold of an audience and doesn’t let go as she belts out songs from behind her guitar and piano.
She was recently invited to perform for five former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep From The Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.
Quayle’s album LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME is receiving critically-acclaimed reception with tracks penned by Quayle like “Post It,” “I’ve Got Your Six,” and the title track along with crowd favorites “Days Like These” “Ugly” and her debut single “Drinking With Dolly,” which has accumulated nearly half a million streams on Spotify. The single was a catalyst for moments like a #1 music video on the CMT Music 12-Pack Countdown, her national television debut on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” and an invitation to the respected Island Hopper Songwriter’s Festival.