From the beginning it was clear to Stephanie Grace that she wanted to pursue music and all she needed was a little faith. At age seven Stephanie was first introduced to the stage, singing in front of her friends and family. Despite being shy as a child, Stephanie found comfort in being on stage and by the age of fifteen was writing music of her own. With Martina McBride and Faith Hill to guide her on her way, Stephanie set out to encourage others to branch out of their shell as well. In fact it was Taylor Swift who first told Stephanie to go after her dreams in 2006.
Using songwriting as a powerful tool, Stephanie writes of her own experiences overcoming challenges in the hopes that her listens will follow in her footsteps. Often about fitting in and stay true to herself Stephanie’s music will leave you feeling inspired.
As for the future Stephanie hopes to reach as many fans as she can. An artist who enjoys performing for children, she believes that passion is discovered at a young age.
After a long time away from the studio, Stephanie will return to songwriting this upcoming year. Her plan is to release a new single in February and an album by the end of the year. So stay tuned for more from Stephanie Grace by following her on Twitter and Instagram at @stephaniegmusic and on her website at www.stephanie-grace.com.
Ring in the holiday season with Lexi Lauren’s rendition of Dolly Parton’s Hard Candy Christmas. A favorite christmas song of Lexi’s along side Frosty The Snowman and today’s most popular Christmas tune All I Want for Christmas by Mariah Carey, Hard Candy Christmas best reflects how Lexi spends her holidays. Among family and friends each year tracking Santa and enjoying the sounds, smells, and sensations of the Christmas season, Lexi can’t wait to become a part of your holiday traditions with the release of Hard Candy Christmas. So make sure to check out the lyric video above and hear Lexi’s cover of Hard Candy Christmas now on our Women of Country Christmas Playlist here.
I am currently a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles as a marketing major. Upon realizing that I wanted to change the way people perceive country music and to help women have a voice, I began The Women of Country in 2015 promoting new female artists and sharing their stories with the world. You can find me via Instagram @nicolemmarchesi or contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org