Stephanie Quayle

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As a member of CMT's Next Women of Country, Stephanie Quayle is an undeniable force on the country music scene.

The Rebel Engine Entertainment recording artist is one of the most active female artists with a consistent presence on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, and ranks in the Top 10 of Current Female Airplay over the last two years (Mediabase).

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QUAYLE'S NEW EP RIFFS ON THEMES OF GRACE AND GRIT
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COUNTRY NOW

Stephanie Quayle’s new project, the five-song If I Was a Cowboy, digs its heels into themes the singer first addressed when she dropped its title track in early 2019. “It really set the stage, that cowboy state of mind,” Quayle explains to Country Now. “That grace and grit. That ability to always get back up on your horse, no matter what is thrown in your direction. I think that’s a beautiful metaphor for life.”

QUAYLE'S IF I WAS A COWBOY EP SHOWS RESILIENCE
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Taste of Country

Stephanie Quayle’s new EP If I Was a Cowboy embodies the perseverance, resilience and passion that she radiates. The new project, which follows her 2017 album Love the Way You See Me, carries these themes across five songs. If I Was a Cowboy begins with Quayle's self-described “cowboy state of mind” in its title track. Originally released as a single in early 2019, the song recalls memories of her childhood growing up in Montana with a mother she refers to as "the greatest cowboy in the history of the world.” She stays the course on “Evel Knievel,” is light and breezy on “Whatcha Drinkin’ ‘Bout?,” remains open to the power of learning on “Second Rodeo” and accepts that we’re all still trying to figure life out in the open-ended story “Untitled.”

QUAYLE FINDS HERSELF AT HOME WITH NEW EP, IF I WAS A COWBOY
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ONE COUNTRY

Stephanie Quayle is most at home amongst the open fields and blue skies of Bozeman, Montana, from which she hails. That way of life is exactly what the blonde beauty so eloquently brought to her latest EP, If I Was a Cowboy. The title track, written by Shane McAnally, Nicolle Galyon, and Ross Copperman, was the catalyst that enabled Stephanie to incorporate her hometown roots into the EP. “This is what I’ve been looking for,” said Stephanie, whose previous singles include “Drinking with Dolly,” “Winnebago” and “Selfish.” “That sound, that something, that identifier, that makes me, me. Authentic to my Western ways and still feels modern, and still feels fresh.”

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