POPCULTURE.COM: COUNTRY SINGER STEPHANIE QUAYLE OPENS UP ABOUT CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
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It's been a rough year for many since the coronavirus pandemic swept its way around the world at the start of 2020, eventually hitting the U.S. in mid-March. Country music artist, Stephanie Quayle, like many other performers, have had to shift and re-arrange their schedules once a lockdown and a new way of life was in place. However, a lingering question on everyone's minds is how will we all get back to the way things were, and how long will it take?

In an exclusive with PopCulture.com, Quayle admits she not only misses her band and is struggling with not being able to hug people, but despite the craziness, she's ready to create a new way for artists like herself to jump back in and give the fans a feeling of normalcy. "I miss my band, you know? I've been checking in on them regularly to make sure that they're good because it just went from like, we were booked for shows up until December, and it just got stopped in its tracks. So for me, It's like how do I make sure everyone's okay?" Quayle said.

NPR: THE UPS AND DOWNS OF NASHVILLE'S NEW DIGITALLY DISTANCED SONGWRITING SESSIONS
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Congregating in person for concerts is out of the question this spring and for the foreseeable future, so music fans have gotten used to watching performers livestream from home. What's less obvious is that segments of the Nashville music community that work out of view have been equally resourceful in finding virtual stopgaps during lockdown.

In the industry culture of Music City, fully booked and productive work days can have the appearance of neighborly socializing, so it only makes sense that many music-makers would look to shift their standard, three-hour co-writing appointments and studio sessions to videoconferencing in comfy clothes.

Among those working this way are Stephanie Quayle, a plucky, expressive country-pop singer and songwriter whose Montana roots make her partial to ranching and rodeoing imagery, and Alex Kline, the conservatory-trained composer and multi-instrumentalist producing Quayle's music.

QUAYLE SHINES LIGHT ON URBAN PLATES COMMUNITY HEALTH INITIATIVE
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West coast restaurant Urban Plates continues to give away Wellness Boosters every Monday along with any entrees purchased. It's called Wellness Monday. Wellness Monday is a celebration of good nutrition and positivity at Urban Plates. Now more than ever, good nutrition and positivity are important to staying healthy. Urban Plates wants every week to start with a Wellness Boost. A Wellness Booster is a 5 ounce drinkable nutrition shot that contains cantaloupe, pineapple, organic apples, and mango. It’s high in vitamin A, B, C, E (good for immunity); potassium (good for the body); and folate (good for the heart).

FOX NEWS: STEPHANIE QUAYLE DISCUSSES 'CREATING MEMORIES" SHE ‘NEVER SAW COMING' WITH HER HUSBAND AMID QUARANTINE
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Stephanie Quayle is making the most of the quarantine lockdown.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" 2019 inductee has been utilizing the time to create new opportunities to connect with her fans through her daily Facebook Live broadcast streaming series dubbed “Hay Y’all,” which Quayle films in a barn on her North Carolina property and, she said, “touches on heart, humor and country music.”

HOUSTON FAMILY MAGAZINE: STEPHANIE QUAYLE LENDING HER VOICE TO HOUSTON'S SMALL BUSINESSES
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Stephanie Quayle is a country singer-songwriter who is not only blazing trails for women in the industry but is also using her talents to help during COVID-19 times.


Growing up in a small town in Montana, a state which she refers to as ‘the little brother of Texas’, Quayle comes from a humble background. She accredits her love of country music to her mother, who used to sing to her often, and to the little silver radio in her horse barn which used to blast country music 24/7. After hearing several earworm songs by Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, and Willie Nelson among many other artists, Stephanie picked up the pen and began writing poetry.

THE MUSIC UNIVERSE PODCAST EPISODE 28 - STEPHANIE QUAYLE & EILEEN WALLIN
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Country newcomer Stephanie Quayle has partnered with Harley-Davidson for a new video series From Horses to Horsepower with help from her mom Eileen Wallin. The mother/daughter duo express their love of freedom and the open road through the series as Stephanie embraces and emulates her mother’s fearlessness and confidence in this new and exciting pursuit. 

Stephanie and Eileen join Buddy Iahn & Matt Bailey for their first-ever interview together while social distancing in this special Mother’s Day episode of The Music Universe Podcast. Stephanie called from her farm in North Caroline while her mom chatted from hers in Montana, where Stephanie grew up. We discuss the Harley partnership, life on the farm and Stephanie’s budding music career. 

STEPHANIE QUAYLE ON LEARNING FROM HER MOM HOW TO RIDE A HARLEY: 'IT'S EMPOWERING'
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Country music singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle has always loved the freedom of riding. The Bozeman, Montana-native grew up riding horses with her mom, Eileen, who taught her how to pick herself up after getting thrown off and the value of perseverance. Today, the fearless mother-daughter duo is embarking on a new adventure. Quayle, a Rebel Engine Entertainment recording artist and CMT's Next Women of Country class of 2019 inductee, is teaming up with Harley-Davidson for a series of videos about learning to ride motorcycles from her mom, a veteran Harley-Davidson Fat Boy rider.

QUAYLE LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH ICONIC MOTORCYCLE BRAND HARLEY-DAVIDSON WITH REVEAL OF 'FROM HORSES TO HORSEPOWER' VIDEO
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As we approach Mother's Day and honor the women who raised us and helped shape our lives, Country music star Stephanie Quayle (with a little help from her mom) is releasing "From Horses to Horsepower," a new video in partnership with iconic motorcycle brand, Harley-Davidson®. The video celebrates a cross-generational story of mentorship, inspiration and a passion for riding motorcycles. 

Produced by Rebel Engine Entertainment, the video follows Stephanie’s journey of learning to ride from a lifelong mentor, her mom. It was through her mother’s mentorship that Stephanie first fell in love with riding horses while growing up in Montana, and now her mother, a veteran Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® rider, has taught her how to master a motorcycle. With their shared love of freedom and the open road, riding strengthens their relationship outside of the traditional mother-daughter archetypes as Stephanie embraces and emulates her mother’s fearlessness and confidence in this new and exciting pursuit. 
 
"It all started with a song. I wrote 'Evel Knievel' as an anthem of fearlessness to follow your dreams and take that leap of faith. I thought of my mom with all of the riding imagery, and couldn’t help but think of my own desire of wanting to get on a motorcycle. I felt this calling to conquer it and experience the joy and freedom that I know my mom feels every time she gets on her bike,” says Quayle. "There's nothing more exciting than sharing this experience with my mom as my fearless mentor. Our bond is stronger than ever and even though we can’t be together right now, we spend hours on the phone talking about our journey together and our love of Harleys and horses!" 

The video project features Stephanie's song, "Evel Knievel," with a message inspiring confidence and courage. "Evel Knievel" and Stephanie's current radio single, "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout," can be found on her latest EP - If I Was A Cowboy-- available now at all digital retailers and streaming platforms. 


Press Release Featured on: The Music Universe & 99.5 WYCD Detroit's Country

ALL ACCESS: STEPHANIE QUAYLE TEAMS UP WITH HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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Rebel Engine Entertainment's Stephanie Quayle has teamed up with Harley-Davidson for a three-part digital video series, titled "From Horses to Horsepower," debuting on Sunday, May 3rd. The series will follow her journey of learning to ride a motorcycle with instruction from her "lifelong mentor," her mom. The series was shot at a Harley-Davidson dealership in High Point, NC, and on Quayle's Summerfield Farms, located just outside of Greensboro, NC. 

STEPHANIE QUAYLE LAUNCHES FACEBOOK LIVE SERIES "HAY Y'ALL"
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At a time when the world is clamoring for things to take our minds off the coronavirus spreading across the globe, country artist Stephanie Quayle is answering our calls.

In an effort to offer encouragement and entertain fans, Stephanie has launched a daily morning talk show video series, Hay Y’all. The Facebook Live series was brought about to bring a smile to your face and relief to your mind.

Quayle Launches Daily "Hay Y'all" Facebook Live Series
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During these uncertain times we are all looking for any glimpse of relief and just something to make us smile. Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, is hoping to do just that and provide a quick moment of levity during these difficult times. Stephanie is taking to Facebook Live and launching a daily morning talk show video series, “Hay Y’All.”

Hay Y’All” will air live on Facebook Mondays thru Fridays at 11:00am ET.

“Hay Y’all” Facebook Live

Shot live from Stephanie’s North Carolina farm, Summerfield Farms, the series focuses on messages of positivity, music and includes the adorable miniature animals on her farm – donkeys, a calf, horses, goats, cats, and more – all named after famous Country Artists. Looking at this time in our lives as an emotional moment of “Spring Cleaning,” Stephanie is taking this opportunity to check-in with herself and fans and is embracing the moment to discover new things, take stock in the important things in life but always remembering to smile and have some fun!

Press Release Featured on: Country Music Tattle TaleRadio and Music,Kaylor Girls

COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS INTERNATIONAL: QUAYLE INTERVIEW
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Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you for the first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you play to someone who has never seen or heard you? 

"I describe my music as an experience. Imagine this: Driving down a two lane road in Montana under the Big Sky, windows rolled down feeling every note, every lyric...Freedom & limitless possibilities under a bed of 3 chords and the truth"

NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY MUSIC: WCW STEPHANIE QUAYLE
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We, at New England Country Music, have decided to continue 2020 with our popular WCW (Women Crush Wednesday) series, where we spotlight women in country music. Each month we will feature a talented woman who is crushing the country music scene.

For February, we’re featuring the lovely singer, songwriter, and musician, Stephanie Quayle.

ALL ACCESS: QUAYLE TO PERFORM AT WWRS 2020
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ALL ACCESS is pleased to announce that REBEL ENGINE ENTERTAINMENT Country artist STEPHANIE QUAYLE has been booked to perform at next month’s WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT 2020 (WWRS) at THE CASTAWAY in BURBANK, CA 

QUAYLE, whose current single “Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout” is climbing the charts, will play for WWRS 2020 attendees at the BENZTOWN Networking & Cocktail Party. 

QUAYLE PARTNERS WITH HARLEY DAVIDSON FOR NEW VIDEO SERIES
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Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, has teamed up with iconic American company, Harley-Davidson®, for a three-part digital video series titled From Horses to Horsepower, debuting on May 3rd 2020, just in time for Mother’s Day.

Produced by Rebel Engine Entertainment, the series will follow Stephanie’s journey of learning to ride from a lifelong mentor, her mom. It was through her mother’s mentorship that Stephanie first fell in love with riding horses while growing up in Montana, and now her mother, a veteran Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® rider, will teach her how to master a motorcycle. With their shared love of freedom and the open road, riding strengthens their relationship outside of the traditional mother-daughter archetypes as Stephanie embraces and emulates her mother’s fearlessness and confidence in this new and exciting pursuit.

“It all started with a song. I wrote 'Evel Knievel' as an anthem of fearlessness to follow your dreams and take that leap of faith. I thought of my mom with all of the riding imagery, and couldn’t help but think of my own desire of wanting to get on a motorcycle. I felt this calling to conquer it and experience the joy and freedom that I know my mom feels every time she gets on her bike,” says Quayle.

She continues, “To learn from my mom, my greatest mentor, and share this new bond with her, means the world to me. There’s nothing like it. I’m so grateful to Harley-Davidson for capturing our journey, and hope the series inspires other women to try something new.”

Shot at a Harley-Davidson dealership in High Point, NC, and on Stephanie’s beautiful Summerfield Farms, located just outside of Greensboro, the series will show the shared cross-generational love and education for riding between this mother-daughter duo. Their authentic bond that developed from this hobby turned lifestyle gave these two women a deeper connection and provided a unique experience for them to share. Follow along as the project chronicles Stephanie’s own personal experience learning to ride and also spotlighting the stories of other female riders along the way.

On February 17th, 2020, Stephanie’s single “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout” debuted at #59 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Press release featured on: XL Country, Country Music News Blog, & 94.1 The Duke

FOX NEWS: SHANIA TWAIN & MORE 'GO RED' TO SHINE A LIGHT ON HEART DISEASE
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For 16 years, the American Heart Association’s signature "Go Red for Women" Red Dress Collection has served as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally. But while the glitzy red carpet dresses on the catwalk are stunning, the color red serves as a reminder that heart disease is something that takes the life of 1 in 3 women in America today.

Stephanie Quayle spoke to Jennifer Eckhart about the importance of stress management and its impact on the heart.

DIGITAL JOURNAL: QUAYLE RELEASES UNPLUGGED 'WHATCHA DRINKIN' BOUT' VIDEO
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On January 17, country artist Stephanie Quayle released the video for her stripped-down version of her single "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout," where she teamed up with Wrangler.

This video was a part of the "Wrangler Presents: The Montana Sessions with Stephanie Quayle." Her sassy vocals are reminiscent of such acclaimed country songstresses as Miranda Lambert meets Carolyn Dawn Johnson. Her unplugged new video for "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" may be seen below.

Stephanie Partners with Wrangler For The Release of Upcoming Digital Video Series Wrangler Presents: The Montana Sessions with Stephanie Quayle
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Rising Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, has teamed up with American Western apparel company, Wrangler®, as the presenting sponsor of her upcoming video series, Wrangler® Presents: The Montana Sessions with Stephanie Quayle, which launches today, with the release of the stripped down version of her current single, “Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout.”

GUITAR GIRL MAG: QUAYLE PARTNERS WITH WRANGLER FOR THE MONTANA SESSIONS
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Rising Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, has teamed up with Wrangler® as the presenting sponsor of her upcoming video series, Wrangler® Presents The Montana Sessions with Stephanie Quayle, which launches today with the release of the stripped-down version of her current single, “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout.” 

 The series, filmed in Stephanie’s living room at her ranch in Emigrant, Montana, features stripped-down acoustic versions of the tracks off her latest EP, If I Was A Cowboy. The picturesque ranch also provided the backdrop to the title music video from the EP. 

 “This was a first for me. To record live in our home with amazing musicians” states Quayle. “These songs represent me, represent my Montana roots and the sound of Big Sky Country.”

CMT: NEXT UP NOW - WHATCHA DRINKIN 'BOUT
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Writers: Stephanie Quayle, Joey Ebach, Ryland Fisher; Director: Ford Fairchild


Influences: Dolly Parton, Reba, Miranda Lambert, and Shania Twain.

From the Artist: “Making the ’Whatcha Drinkin ’Bout’ video was the most fun I’ve ever had on set. We sprinkled all kinds of Easter eggs throughout it — nods to each song on the new EP and some Flock of Quayle shout outs! My husband even plays my on screen cowboy…(and off)! I love all the characters and I think we can all find ourselves in each of them. We’re all drinkin’ ’bout something!”

CMT.COM: QUAYLE SHOWS HER SILLY SIDE IN WHATCHA DRINKIN 'BOUT
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Stephanie Quayle knows that results come from hard work, and in 2019, she performed at the Grand Ole Opry in honor of Dolly Parton, accepted a lunch invitation from Reba McEntire, and sang alongside Lukas Nelson, Willie Nelson and Bonnie Raitt at one of Willie’s concerts. Of course, Quayle will be on the road again in 2020, performing music from her new EP, If I Was a Cowboy.

THE SPORTS GUYS PODCAST: BACKSTAGE PASS WITH QUAYLE
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A newly inducted member of CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2019, Stephanie Quayle is celebrating a breakthrough year in Country Music! She is one of the most active female artists with consistent presence on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart and has played with many of the top artists in the music industry! Tune in now to hear Stephanie tell her story on the Backstage Pass presented by SCMedia.US!

STEPHANIE QUAYLE TEAMS WITH IHEART COUNTRY TO PREMIERE MUSIC VIDEO FOR WHATCHA DRINKIN 'BOUT
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Today, Stephanie Quayle is premiering the music video for her current single "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout." The vibrant video was directed by Ford Fairchild, and shows Quayle playing the role of bartender, interacting with the patrons as they each reveal the reasons they showed up to the bar.

"Making the 'Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout' video was the most fun I’ve ever had on set," shares Quayle. "We sprinkled all kinds of Easter eggs throughout it — nods to each song on the new EP and some Flock of Quayle shout outs! My husband even plays my on screen cowboy...(and off)! I love all the characters and I think we can all find ourselves in each of them. We’re all drinkin' 'bout something!"

Quayle filmed the music video for her latest single “Whatcha Drinkin’ ‘Bout” at Big Cypress Lodge inside Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid. She has partnered with Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s as an ambassador for the iconic outdoor brands. As an ambassador, Quayle will showcase products, create original content and perform at outdoor and conservation-related events. Quayle’s partnership with Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s makes her the first female Country music artist ambassador for North America’s premier outdoor and conservation company.

RISING COUNTRY STAR STEPHANIE QUAYLE TEAMS WITH BASS PRO SHOPS & CABELA'S AS BRAND AMBASSADOR
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Rising Country music artist Stephanie Quayle is partnering with Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s as an ambassador for the iconic outdoor brands. As an ambassador, Quayle will showcase products, create original content and perform at outdoor and conservation-related events. Quayle, who kicked off the partnership last month with a performance at the outdoor retailers’ Flocktoberfest event in Memphis, TN, also filmed the music video for her latest single “Whatcha Drinkin’ ‘Bout” at Big Cypress Lodge inside Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid. The clip, which will premiere November 20th, also features an exclusive making-of-the-video sneak peek available now on Bass Pro Shops social channels.

"Growing up on our ranch in Montana, I spent most of my life outdoors-- from the daily chores with our bison and cattle, to taking the horses on pack trips, to fishing in the streams on our land,” says Quayle. She continues, “Through my music career I have been able to incorporate my love of the outdoors on tour and everywhere I go, both on and off the stage. That’s why, when I met Johnny Morris and learned about his story (from the first lure to now), extraordinary wildlife conservation, and his love of people, I became even more passionate about the Bass Pro Shops brand. I am excited for the opportunity to bring my music, western lifestyle, and outdoors ways to the Bass Pro Family."

Quayle’s partnership with Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s makes her the first female Country music artist ambassador for North America’s premier outdoor and conservation company.  

Quayle is also teaming with Bass Pro Shops for additional performances, sweepstakes and product endorsements through 2020.

COUNTRY NOW: CMA AWARDS RED CARPET
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The 2019 CMA Awards was a celebration of country music’s greatest females, so our host for the evening, Katie Austin, decided to put artists’ lyrical knowledge to the test with a game of Finish the Lyric: Women of Country Edition.

Watch the clip above as Walker Hayes, Riley Green, Gabby Barrett, Justin Moore, Jordan Davis, Scotty McCreery, The Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean, newlyweds Tyler Rich and Sabina Gadecki, Stephanie Quayle, Travis Denning, Chase Rice, Mitchell Tenpenny, Home Free and more try to complete the lyrics to Miranda Lambert’s “Kerosene,” Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats,” Reba’s “Fancy” Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5,” Faith Hill’s “Breathe,” Shania Twain’s Man! I Feel Like a Woman!,” Maren Morris’ “My Church,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” and Trisha Yearwood’s “She’s In Love With The Boy.”