STEPHANIE QUAYLE LAUNCHES WE BUY GOLD POWERED BY HITCHSWITCH CAMPAIGN FOR A CHANCE TO APPEAR IN HER UPCOMING MUSIC VIDEO AND WIN A PREMIUM PACKAGE WITH HITCHSWITCH
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Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle, is launching the “We Buy Gold Powered by Hitchswitch” campaign today for one couple’s lucky chance to win a Premium Package from online name change company, Hitchswitch. To enter, couples are invited to simply send in their wedding and/or engagement videos of themselves or a couple they love. Submitted videos will have the chance to be featured in the official "We Buy Gold" music video.

"I am so excited to include so many different couples in the ‘We Buy Gold’ music video,” says Quayle. “The ‘name change’ is such a big part of the wedding process and when I got married, I was all about the romantic sentiment, but that all came to a screeching halt when I started looking at ALL OF THE THINGS I needed to do to make it happen. I immediately thought of HitchSwitch for this video because they were a game changer for me, and I’m so passionate about sharing my story to help others too!"

"At HitchSwitch we are excited to partner with Stephanie who has released such an uplifting song after an unprecedented 2020. While the pandemic has taken so much from so many, it has not taken away people's ability to find love. The fact that the music video is going to be composed of ‘real’ couples sharing their most intimate moments, proves love is eternal no matter the circumstance. At HitchSwitch, we are excited for the brighter days ahead where, 'We buy gold, Carve our names into the band, Say a vow, say a prayer Slip it on each other's hand'," says Jake Wolff, Founder & CEO of HitchSwitch.

The winner of the Hitchswitch Premium Package will receive printed name change applications that have been auto-filled with their basic information, a set of corresponding instructions that will explain how to submit each application, and pre-paid envelopes for any steps that can be submitted through the mail. Platinum clients also receive a dedicated account manager and a free passport photo which will be redeemed through the Hitchswitch sister site NewPassportPhoto.com.

Enter for a chance to win the “We Buy Gold Powered by Hitchswitch” Premium Package and be featured in the official “We Buy Gold” music video here.

Campaign entry is valid thru Saturday, July 14th

"We Buy Gold" is Stephanie's third release in 2021 and rounds out a collection of songs that explore finding love and the journey that follows. The track, written by Park Chisolm, Anna Vaus, and Mark Irwin, and produced by Alex Kline, is a testament to how even though the world could be falling down around us and there are a million reasons to travel through life alone, we still long for that connection that we can carry with us for a lifetime. 

Stephanie’s releases from earlier this year, "By Heart" and "Wild Frontier," beautifully offer the pre-text to “We Buy Gold” and tell a story seemingly pulled from Stephanie's own life and romance with her husband. 

Stay tuned for even more new music from Stephanie this year!

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ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE:

Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle. has had a massive presence at country radio garnering over 100 million audience impressions and ranking Top 10 in Current Female Airplay with stand out singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" and "Selfish" in the last few years.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage. Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Watson, LOCASH, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.

The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste of Country and Billboard.com, to name a few.

 Quayle was recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original store from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. She has teamed up with national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Winnebago, Wrangler, and Running Iron Whiskey. She is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

ABOUT HITCHSWITCH:

HitchSwitch is the nation's leading online and mobile name change service for newlyweds. Over the last eight years, HitchSwitch has successfully guided over 500,000 newlyweds through this difficult and exhausting process. With HitchSwitch, newlyweds no longer have to spend countless hours researching how to change their name, completing mountains of paperwork, and having to wait in endless lines. With HitchSwitch newlyweds can now change their name online, not in-line!

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BOZEMAN NATIVE USES NASHVILLE SUCCESS AS PLATFORM TO BENEFIT HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
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Country Billboard-charting artist Stephanie Quayle is returning to her home state of Montana, and raising funds for a new safe house for human trafficking victims.

Quayle is releasing new music this year and about to start touring again. The Bozeman native has been recording in Nashville for 10 years and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry eight times.

On June 11, she'll be preforming to raise money for a new safe house the Lifeguard Group is building at an undisclosed location in the Bitterroot Valley, for victims getting out of the world of human trafficking.

"This is happening in our home state of Montana," Quayle said. "I'm a Montanan; born and raised. This is about all of our kids and having that awareness to keep our eyes and ears open. Lowell touches on so many things; not just the safe house, but helping missing persons and missing kids; being an active member of our community that is so extensive."

The Lifeguard Group nonprofit is halfway to its goal and hopes to open 15 beds in September.

"Victims don't leave the life of human trafficking because they have nowhere else to go," Lowell Hochhalter of the Lifeguard Group said. "Survivors who have walked out of the life and come back in have had nowhere to go. They say they were looking for ways to get out but there was nothing for them. They said, 'There was no therapy. There was no counselling. There was no safe place for us to go.'"

The group says more than 2 million victims are forced into a life of sex and labor trafficking across the country.

"Our doors will be open to any and all," Hochhalter said. "To be honest with you Heidi, if we were to open right now, we would be full. As soon as the word went out that we had purchased the property, the calls started coming in from as far away as Key West, Florida and California for placement. We have enough here in Montana, a survivor group we work with, We could be full with just Montana women tomorrow."

Quayle will perform to a group of 250 ticketholders at the "Taste of Freedom" event.

"One of the songs I love to play, because it's such a song of perseverance, is called Evel Knievel," Quayle said. "Obviously, he was from Butte, Montana. That song has done a lot of hearts a lot of good. I was one of the writers on it. Of course I'll play Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout and Selfish. Those are my two songs that went up the country billboard charts."

The Taste of Freedom fundraiser takes place Friday, June 11 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 2036 US Highway 93 in Victor, at Montana Custom Log Homes. The group is selling 250 tickets. 50 will be VIP tickets that will include a visit with Quayle. To purchase tickets visit the Lifeguard Group on Facebook.

TASTE OF COUNTRY : STEPHANIE QUAYLE 'WILD FRONTIER' VIDEO HONORS WOMEN OF THE WEST [EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE]
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Stephanie Quayle is taking her storytelling to new levels with a new music video and Instagram series. The just-released "Wild Frontier: Women of the West" music video — premiering exclusively on Taste of Country — offers evidence of the singer's bold thesis statement.

"If you ask me, the women of the West is how the West was won," Quayle says ahead of her new video's release. Throughout the clip you'll find the Montana native singing her new song between scenes of rodeo queens, entrepreneurs and athletes doing what they do to inspire the next generation.

"This concept video for 'Wild Frontier' is all about sharing their legacies and continuing the message of the cowgirl heart — it’s not about fitting in, it’s about breaking the mold," Quayle says.

Among the featured "women of the West" are Catie Kershner of Kershner Custom Silver, a Cowgirl Magazine 30 Under 30 honoree, and Ja'Dayia Kursh, Miss Rodeo Coal Hill, Ark., who became the first Black rodeo queen in her state.

"The best way to share our message forward is to watch cowgirls ‘do,’" Quayle says, continuing, "and for young girls to look up to them and know that this wild frontier is ours for the taking — to create, respect and push ourselves without limits.”

"Wild Frontier" is Quayle's most recent release on Big Sky Music Group. The song — available on digital streaming platforms now — follows popular titles including "Selfish" and "Drinking With Dolly."

Watch the premier HERE!

STEPHANIE QUAYLE CELEBRATES THE INDOMITABLE SPIRIT OF THE WESTERN WOMAN WITH THE RELEASE OF CONCEPT VIDEO "WILD FRONTIER: WOMEN OF THE WEST"
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As a woman that grew up in Montana, Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle, is passionate about embracing her western roots and celebrating the western lifestyle that made her who she is today. Premiering exclusively with Taste of Country, the "Wild Frontier: Women of the West" concept video spotlights ten exceptional women with inspiring stories and talents, from rodeo queens, entrepreneurs, athletes, to crafts-women, who all continue to inspire future generations to be strong, confident and innovative pioneers in their space.


WATCH: “Wild Frontier: Women of the West”

“If you ask me… the women of the West is how the West was won,” says Stephanie. “This concept video for ‘Wild Frontier’ is all about sharing their legacies and continuing the message of the cowgirl heart — it’s not about fitting in, it’s about breaking the mold. The best way to share our message forward is to watch cowgirls ‘do,’ and for young girls to look up to them and know that this wild frontier is ours for the taking — to create, respect and push ourselves without limits.”

In the video, set to her recent single "Wild Frontier," written by Maren Morris, Shane McAnally and Ross Copperman, Quayle brings her love and respect of the western culture to the country music forefront and puts the spotlight on some of the women who are keeping the West wild their way. Created by videographer/director, Erika Rock, in collaboration with McFarland Productions (whose owner Natalie McFarland is also featured,) the "Wild Frontier: Women of the West" concept video features the following women:

Catie Kershner

Kershner Custom Silver, Catie is a one man shop custom silversmith who makes beautiful western inspired jewelry for women. She was recently honored as part of Cowgirl Magazine’s 30 Under 30.

Mesa Pate

Director at Art of the Cowgirl as well as a bucking bull breeder and trainer among many other things. 


Tammy Pate

Founder of Art of the Cowgirl. Boot Maker. Supporter of the Western Industry. Clinician.


Adele Schott

Adele is a sixth generation rancher in Wallowa County, Oregon. Adele works with her husband Mark Schoot as well as the family ranch, 6 Ranch. 


Amy Raymond 

Raymond Silver Co & Rollin Rock Angus, Amy is a custom silversmith and specializes in western bright cut engraved pieces. She makes jewelry, buckles and gear. 


Ja’Dayia Kursh

Miss Rodeo Coal Hill Arkansas, becoming the first African American rodeo queen in her home state


Natalie McFarland

Founder & Creator of McFarland Productions; specializes in professional photography and videography for ranches, farms, brands, fashion, makers, rodeos, events, and more. 


Sydney Jones

2019 Pendleton Roundup Queen

Coming soon, Stephanie plans to share her own story as well as some of the other women through honest and captivating conversations through the accompanying “Wild Frontier: Women of the West” Instagram Live event. 

Stay tuned for even more new music from Stephanie this year and be on the look for upcoming live shows near you as she returns to the road!

For additional information on Stephanie, please visit:

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ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE

Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle. has had a massive presence at country radio garnering over 100 million audience impressions and ranking Top 10 in Current Female Airplay with stand out singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" and "Selfish" in the last few years.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage. Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Watson, LOCASH, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.

The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste of Country and Billboard.com, to name a few.

 Quayle was recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original store from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. She has teamed up with national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Winnebago, Wrangler, and Running Iron Whiskey. She is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE: STEPHANIE QUAYLE SOARS ON SPELLBINDING ‘WE BUY GOLD’
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Country singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle is reveling in blissful romance on her brand new song, “We Buy Gold.” 

The mid-tempo tune packs energy and passion as Quayle chronicles the journey of a beautiful relationship. “We buy gold Carve our names into the band / Say a vow, say a prayer / Slip it on each other’s hand / Tie some tin cans to the car / Drive away and cross our hearts / In a world where nothing’s sure, but growing old,” the Bozeman, Montana native sings on the stirring chorus, reminding listeners of the triumphant power of true love.

“Growing up, ‘we buy gold’ was a sign in the storefront of my dad’s shop. Buying gold was part of my dad’s work so the title had me from the start. I understood it,” Quayle recalls in a press statement. “Then when I actually heard the song, it really got me—the curiosities of how everything can be falling apart and we still fall in love, pair off, get engaged, married…We still find and choose each other.”

“We recorded this song years back and it just wasn’t quite right. We held onto it because we knew it was special. When Alex [Kline] brought this to life in her ‘Kline’ way, the story and the feel unfolded perfectly,” Quayle says of the track, which was penned by Anna Vaus, Mark Irwin and Paul Chisolm, and produced by Kline. 

“I felt this song on a whole other level when my younger brother, John, got married at our farm during the Pandemic. The message never felt so honest as it did in that moment. Love prevailed when every possible hurdle came to pass. We still buy gold.”

“We Buy Gold” is Quayle’s follow-up to “By Heart” and “Wild Frontier,” both of which were released earlier by Big Sky Music Group this year. Fans can expect even more new music from the country singer later this year.

Listen to “We Buy Gold” and other new country releases on our New Nashville playlist.

STEPHANIE QUAYLE RELEASES GLITTERING LYRIC VIDEO FOR LATEST SINGLE "WE BUY GOLD"
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Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle, is all sparkle with the release of the lyric video for her latest single, “We Buy Gold,” available now. The track, written by Park Chisolm, Anna Vaus, and Mark Irwin, and produced by Alex Kline, celebrates finding that ever-lasting love that weathers the storms of life and is truly worth it’s weight in gold.

WATCH: “We Buy Gold” Lyric Video

"We Buy Gold" is Stephanie's third release in 2021 and rounds out a collection of songs that explore finding love and the journey that follows. Her most recently released tracks, "By Heart" and "Wild Frontier," beautifully set the stage for this next single and tell a story seemingly pulled from Stephanie's own life and romance with her husband. 

Stay tuned for even more new music from Stephanie this year!

For additional information on Stephanie, please visit:

Instagram

Twitter

TikTok

Facebook

Website

YouTube


ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE

Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle. has had a massive presence at country radio garnering over 100 million audience impressions and ranking Top 10 in Current Female Airplay with stand out singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" and "Selfish" in the last few years.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage. Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Watson, LOCASH, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.

The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste of Country and Billboard.com, to name a few.

Quayle was recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original store from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. She has teamed up with national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Winnebago, Wrangler, and Running Iron Whiskey. She is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

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TODAY'S COUNTRY MAGAZINE: SINGLE REVIEW: STEPHANIE QUAYLE - WE BUY GOLD
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Stephanie Quayle has certainly carved out her path in country music with several buzzed about single releases including “Winnebago,” “Drinking with Dolly,” “Whatcha Drinkin’ ‘Bout,” and “By Heart.”

She now returns with her brand-new single “We Buy Gold” - a song written by Park Chisolm, Anna Vaus, and Mark Irwin.

The mid-tempo melody slides right in line with the signature feel and sound that we’ve grown accustomed to from Quayle, and it weaves its way around a very strong lyric that while it looks at the negativity in the world, it truly focuses on still just going for it when it comes to falling in that once in a lifetime kind of love.

Relatable lines that focus on the common negative trends that the world today is experiencing include: “we live twice as long and stay together half as much,” “Marry too damn young and when we do it ain’t just once,” and “we earn twice as much but still don’t have a clue how to find real love.”

However, when Quayle flips the script in the chorus and focuses on the idea that you only live once so go for it when it comes to being in a real love, the song becomes ultra-positive as she describes a getting married scene that includes carving names on the wedding bands and tying tin cans to a car, before driving us to the hook, “in a world where nothing’s sure but growing old…we buy gold.”

Though the song was originally recorded years back, Quayle has patiently waited for the timing to be right to release it – The time is most definitely right!

Her back catalog already speaks for itself, she’s now made a very bold stamp on who she is as an artist, and with the release of this new single, she opens her next chapter while continuing to be deserving of heavy rotation airplay and spins on major market radio.

STEPHANIE QUAYLE CEMENTS EVERLASTING LOVE IN HER LATEST RELEASE "WE BUY GOLD"
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https://www.newsbreak.com/news...Country music singer-songwriter and Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle, is celebrating unending love with her latest single, "We Buy Gold," which is available now. The track, written by Park Chisolm, Anna Vaus, and Mark Irwin, and produced by Alex Kline, is a testament to how even though the world could be falling down around us and there are a million reasons to travel through life alone, we still long for that connection that we can carry with us for a lifetime. 

LISTEN: "We Buy Gold"

"Growing up, 'we buy gold' was a sign in the storefront of my dad’s shop. Buying gold was part of my dad’s work so the title had me from the start. I understood it. Then when I actually heard the song, it really got me - the curiosities of how everything can be falling apart and we still fall in love, pair off, get engaged, married...We still find and choose each other," says Stephanie. 

She continues, "We recorded this song years back and it just wasn’t quite right. We held onto it because we knew it was special. When Alex [Kline] brought this to life in her 'Kline' way, the story and the feel unfolded perfectly. I felt this song on a whole other level when my younger brother, John, got married at our farm during the Pandemic. The message never felt so honest as it did in that moment. Love prevailed when every possible hurdle came to pass. We still buy gold."

"We Buy Gold" is Stephanie's third release in 2021 and rounds out a collection of songs that explore finding love and the journey that follows. Her most recently released tracks, "By Heart" and "Wild Frontier," beautifully set the stage for this next single and tell a story seemingly pulled from Stephanie's own life and romance with her husband. 

Stay tuned for even more new music from Stephanie this year!

For additional information on Stephanie, please visit:

Instagram

Twitter

TikTok

Facebook

Website

YouTube


ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE

Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle. has had a massive presence at country radio garnering over 100 million audience impressions and ranking Top 10 in Current Female Airplay with stand out singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" and "Selfish" in the last few years.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage. Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Watson, LOCASH, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.

The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste of Country and Billboard.com, to name a few. 

Quayle was recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original store from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. She has teamed up with national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Winnebago, Wrangler, and Running Iron Whiskey. She is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 

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COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS INTERNATIONAL: STEPHANIE QUAYLE INTERVIEW
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Recorded almost entirely virtually during COVID-19, the latest releases, “Wild Frontier” and “By Heart,” define a new era in Quayle’s musical journey. With a strong dose of Western, an emphasis on baritone guitar and a frisky put-it-out there candor, the singer-songwriter leans straight into what’s on her mind. Paired with Alex Kline, award winning songwriter and one of the most notable female producers in Nashville, the two have expanded upon Quayle’s Big Sky Country roots with the lead singles from this forthcoming collection of songs that is sure to cement her place in country music as an artist who authentically carries the genre’s roots into the contemporary landscape of today.


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STEPHANIE QUAYLE CELEBRATES LASTING LOVE WITH UPCOMING RELEASE "WE BUY GOLD"
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Big Sky Music Group singer-songwriter, Stephanie Quayle, continues her journey through love with her upcoming release, "We Buy Gold," available everywhere on May 14th. The track, written by Park Chisolm, Anna Vaus, and Mark Irwin, is a testament to how even though the world could be falling down around us and there are a million reasons to travel through life alone, we still long for that connection that we can carry with us for a lifetime. 

Pre-Save "We Buy Gold"

"Growing up, 'we buy gold' was a sign in the storefront of my dad’s shop. Buying gold was part of my dad’s work so the title had me from the start. I understood it. Then when I actually heard the song, it really got me - the curiosities of how everything can be falling apart and we still fall in love, pair off, get engaged, married...We still find and choose each other," says Stephanie.  

She continues, "We recorded this song years back and it just wasn’t quite right. We held onto it because we knew it was special. When Alex [Kline] brought this to life in her 'Kline' way, the story and the feel unfolded perfectly. I felt this song on a whole other level when my younger brother, John, got married at our farm during the Pandemic. The message never felt so honest as it did in that moment. Love prevailed when every possible hurdle came to pass. We still buy gold."

"We Buy Gold" follows Stephanie's recent releases, "By Heart" and "Wild Frontier" - in collection, each of the three tracks lays a roadmap that mirrors her own journey through love with her husband. From the first meeting and getting to know each other to the boundless opportunities ahead and finally, buying the gold that solidifies a partnership in love.  

Stay tuned for even more new music from Stephanie this year!

For additional information on Stephanie, please visit:

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TikTok
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ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE

Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle. has had a massive presence at country radio garnering over 100 million audience impressions and ranking Top 10 in Current Female Airplay with stand out singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout" and "Selfish" in the last few years.

The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage. Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Watson, LOCASH, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.

The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste of Country and Billboard.com, to name a few.

Quayle was recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original store from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. She has teamed up with national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Winnebago, Wrangler, and Running Iron Whiskey. She is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 

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WHISKEY RIFF: LIVING LEGEND BILL DANCE IS TEACHING STEPHANIE QUAYLE HOW TO BASS FISH
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Getting into bass fishing is way more enjoyable if you have an experienced angler willing to help show you the ropes while out on the water. Stephanie Quayle recently decided she wanted to get into bass fishing, and now she has living legend Bill Dance teaching her how to haul in behemoth bucket mouths.

“FISHING WITH BILL DANCE! Learning so much and soaking this all up from this wonderful, legendary human! Thank you Bill for being my mentor & taking me to catch my FIRST BASS EVER! I grew up trout fishing, but bass fishing is a whole new game & I am obsessed. Let’s fish!”

Bill Dance has been an icon in the world of fishing TV for decades.

PROJECT MFG TAPS COUNTRY MUSIC STAR AND ENTREPRENEUR STEPHANIE QUAYLE AS HOST FOR PILOT EPISODE OF CLASH OF TRADES
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Four student team finalists compete in the Project MFG National Challenge, a skilled trades competition, for a chance to win scholarships, prizes and title of national champion. The competition was filmed at each school in March and premieres as the pilot of Clash of Trades in April to celebrate National Welding Month. Hosting the show is Stephanie Quayle, Big Sky Music Group recording artist, CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee and entrepreneur.

The teams from Danville Community College, Calhoun Community College, Tennessee College of Applied Technology, and Southwestern Illinois College were selected based on rigorous judging of a complex advanced manufacturing project and conclude the 2020 competition series that was delayed due to COVID-19. Each team is comprised of current or recently graduated students who are learning a skilled trade. The teams work together in a challenge that mirrors real-world, hands-on skillsets needed to succeed in advanced manufacturing. 

The pilot episode of Clash of Trades premieres on YouTube on April 20, 2021, at 7 p.m CDT. The show will provide an engaging look at each team’s story and their approach to completing the challenge, which will be judged by a panel of expert judges and woven into the show format. The show intends to change the perception of the skilled trades by highlighting the stories of individuals entering the field and the high- tech, future-focused work being done in the U.S. manufacturing industry. Eligible trade students who register to view Clash of Trades on April 20 can enter a chance to win a $2500 scholarship (no purchase necessary, void where prohibited). 

The manufacturing industry is experiencing exponential change and new technologies are not eliminating jobs as some predicted. Studies have found the reverse – more jobs are being created (2018 skills gap in manufacturing study). The skills gap may leave more than 2 million positions unfilled if more young people don’t enter the skilled trades. The US Department of Defense declared this deficit as one of the most vital challenges for the US defense industrial base.

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AMERICAN SONGWRITER: STEPHANIE QUAYLE EVOKES HER NATIVE LANDSCAPE WITH UPCOMING ALBUM
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Stephanie Quayle, a seasoned cowgirl, steps further into her artistry, bearing fruits from 2020. Hailing from Bozeman, Montana, the emerging country artist grew up working on a bison and cattle ranch. Looking at her mother’s gritted determination, Quayle refused minor setbacks and outdated industry standards to fence in her destined path to perform country music.  Recently named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s,  the artist reveals a new chapter in her music career with songs recorded remotely from familiar turf.

Quayle & producer and songwriter Alex Kline will be getting together on Wednesday, March 24 at 5 p.m. CT to host a FB livestream conversation about her latest collection of music, what it was like recording during the COVID pandemic, and being women in the industry. Tune in to Stephanie’s Facebook page or American Songwriter’s Facebook page to be a part of the chat.

Quayle’s latest single, “Wild Frontier,” is her love story. Released March 19, the galloping track is a forward step in her most intimate project to date. Recorded almost entirely virtually from home with breakout female producer Alex Kline, “Wild Frontier,” was written by a rock-solid team of Nashville tunesmiths—Maren Morris, Shane McAnally, and Ross Copperman. The lyrics transform her native landscape into a metaphor for the “unchartered territory” of newfound love. Though penned by others, the song story places the artist back where she first met her husband, David.

COUNTRY AIRCHECK: SKY IS LIMITLESS FOR QUAYLE, KANE
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The little Rebel Engine that did, Stephanie Quayle, took control of her career in 2013 through the launch of her own label and entertainment company. Quayle enlisted Carli McLaughlin Kane in 2015 and, by Oct. 2017, Kane was running the business. On the heels of announcing their more widely focused new venture Big Sky Music (CAT 2/2), the duo spoke with Country Aircheck about mission, identity and goals for 2021 and beyond. “This is something Carli and I had been discussing this past year – how much change we were wanting to create,” begins Quayle. “Things we wanted to leave behind, some of the lessons we’ve learned, what we envisioned as the next part of our business partnership.”

Quayle is the label’s flagship artist, although they’ve already received submissions, while Kane is running the company and eyeing expansion. “We’re putting in a structure and plans to take on more artists and be a home for great talent,” says Kane.

The mission of being a “safe, inclusive, supportive home” for artists and creators with an emphasis on collaboration was born from Quayle’s personal experience in the industry … good and bad. “It goes back to when I first moved to town,” she says. “People would come into my life and say, ‘You’re great, now let’s change everything.’” This, coupled with seeing young, female artists being signed, shelved and dropped, drove Quayle to create another way, not only for herself, but for others. “That was part of the [previous] name, I mean, I’m the little Rebel Engine,” she laughs.

STEPHANIE QUAYLE EMBRACES THE BOUNDLESS HORIZON WITH HER LATEST SINGLE "WILD FRONTIER"
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Big Sky Music Group recording artist, Stephanie Quayle, has released her latest single, "Wild Frontier," available now wherever you find great music. The track continues the story of Stephanie's journey through love which began with her latest release earlier this year, "By Heart." As she continues to evolve both personally and as an artist, she is inviting fans to join her every step of the way with her latest collection of music that tells a story of finding and fighting for love.  

LISTEN:      "Wild Frontier"

Recorded almost entirely virtually from home with breakout female producer Alex Kline, "Wild Frontier," was written by a team of powerhouse songwriters - Maren Morris, Shane McAnally, and Ross Copperman. The song explores the vast and limitless connection to those we love and that even through life's darkest and overwhelming moments, there's an unwavering anchor there to bring you back home.  

"I remember driving down that gravel road for the first time with my whole future on the horizon as the dirt and rocks kicked up behind me," says Stephanie. "I didn’t know my whole world would change that day as I headed towards my now husband. This song is my life, and Montana is the backdrop to our love story — it has been from the very start.  Wildly, the pens of Maren, Shane and Ross, captured the spirit of what we think is a legendary love. To be with someone and not need to “tame each other”— these words spoke to me.  And I know there are other couples out there that feel this kind of “no fences” love out there too. This song paints that vast picture that you can just get lost in." 

“‘Wild Frontier’ feels like an extension of ‘By Heart.’ So much so that we leaned into visually connecting the songs to tell this story in the artwork too,” shares Stephanie. “I’m definitely more vulnerable than I’ve ever been with this project -- even down to making sure we included that very gravel road that led me to love.”

Stay tuned for a third track from Stephanie this Spring which will round out the first chapter of her upcoming music collection where she continues exploring life and love. 

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WRANGLER: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY - GRIT, MEET GRACE
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At 22 years old, singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle had a moment of reckoning when she was told she was too old to break into the music business. “That just got branded into my brain because I never was raised to adhere to other people’s rules or fences,” recalls Quayle. Stepping up to the challenge with the ease of a seasoned cowgirl, Quayle formed her own label, Rebel Engine Entertainment, with a vision to empower talented women in the industry, some of whom were facing a myriad of challenges; for example, being sidelined and eventually dropped based on their perceived age value. “You can’t let anyone determine you’re done. You make that choice,” Quayle says. “That was one of the reasons I started my own company — to inspire that message of limitlessness.”

Quayle earned her tenacity, as well as her unbridled vision, growing up in Montana on a working bison and cattle ranch. “I was on the back of a horse before I could walk, you know? I was teeny tiny. You fall down, you’re in the dirt. My mom just dusted off my knees and put me back in the saddle and that was it. That’s just what I’ve done my whole life,” she says. For Quayle, her mom has been a model of resilience. “My mom taught me to ride horses. She is the west — grit and grace.” Even today, Quayle’s mom manages her own ranch. “She’s 72 years old. There’s no end to her. I think she’s my compass when it comes to choosing who to be like and become.” Now that she’s an adult, Quayle embodies the same spirit and determination as her mother, concentrating her efforts on forging a path for women in the entertainment industry. “What you see is women continuing to rise, create and do,” she says. “It’s one of the things I’ve really focused on — doing more and talking less. So that we show versus tell. Keep showing up and creating larger platforms for women in our genre. That’s very much my focus, that’s the hat I have on right now.” Quayle continues to lead by example by launching her new record label, management and entertainment company, Big Sky Music Group. The company is focused not only on signing top talent but also on providing mentorship to incoming talent, with a mission “to be a safe, inclusive and supportive home for artists and creators poised to positively impact female artists and young professionals starting out on their journey.” “I feel this is my purpose, my must. There’s such a need for more women to spread this message of, ‘No, you absolutely can and will.’ It doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy but who wants things to be easy?” Quayle emphasizes, “You gotta earn it. And then you get to own that. You know that you earned it. That’s a powerful way to walk through life. That’s grit and grace.” Visit www.bigskymusicgroup.com to learn more about Quayle’s recent endeavors.

COUNTRY NOW: STEPHANIE QUAYLE OPENS UP ABOUT NEW ERA OF MUSIC AND LATEST SINGLE, "BY HEART"
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Fans get a heavy dose of Quayle’s affectionate side in her recently released track, “By Heart.” The dreamy song, produced by respected Nashville producer Alex Kline, and recorded almost entirely virtually over the last 12 months, finds Quayle wanting to know more about the man she’s head over heels about.

“This song [By Heart] is simply complex. Love is supposed to be simple, and it’s also very complex…What’s interesting about [this song], is that, to me, it symbolizes the beginning of my relationship with my husband, but also, through the course of these last months, I’ve gotten to know him in ways that I never expected,” the Bozeman, Montana native and wife of David Couch, says in her bio, posted on her official website. “It’s that curiosity of wanting to know everything about the person you love; from start to, well, forever.”

SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE: FEMALE FRIDAY
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Being a light so bright that it illuminates others isn’t merely a quote Stephanie Quayle manifests – she lives it. The Montana native grew up on a buffalo farm where her mother showed her what it means to be a cowboy, and later taught her how to ride a motorcycle. But music has always been her calling, a journey that’s presented Quayle with a fair share of obstacles, all of which she’s conquered with a deep sense of self. With her eye consistently set on growth and elevation, Quayle is pouring her heart and soul into a new era of music that begins with her single “By Heart.”

In this edition of Female Friday, Quayle joins us for an expansive conversation ranging from how high school bullies and an exchange program in Switzerland set her on her path to stardom to her insightful perspective on life, with plenty of words of wisdom in between. 

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: STEPHANIE QUAYLE TAKES A TRIP TO MONTANA FOR SCENIC ‘BY HEART’ LYRIC VIDEO
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Country singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle has unveiled the lyric video for her new song, “By Heart,” and it is premiering exclusively here on Sounds Like Nashville.

In the picturesque clip, Quayle takes fans on a trip to Montana, where she highlights the scenic and captivating sights of her beloved home state whilst singing along to the tune.

“We were out in my home state of Montana shooting for the Harley-Davidson ‘Horses to Horsepower’ series with my mom and video director Erika Rock, and this ‘By Heart’ moment just kind of happened,” Quayle tells Sounds Like Nashville. “When Montana wants to put on a show, you have to capture it. We had to grab this opportunity so I put in my earbuds, jumped into my dress and sang along to myself!”

QUAYLE RELEASES CONCEPT LYRIC VIDEO FOR SINGLE "BY HEART" WITH SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE
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Country music singer-songwriter, Stephanie Quayle, has released the official concept lyric video for her latest single, "By Heart," exclusively with Sounds Like Nashville. The touching track, which highlights the complicated simplicity of love, is available now everywhere you find great music.

https://www.soundslikenashville.com/music/exclusive-premiere-stephanie-quayle-by-heart-lyric-video/ 

Recorded almost entirely virtually during COVID-19 with producer Alex Kline, one of Nashville's most prominent female producers, this single release defines a new era in Quayle’s musical journey. This is the first release from a forthcoming collection of songs that is sure to cement her place in country music as an artist who authentically carries the genre's roots into the contemporary landscape of today.

LISTEN:    "By Heart"

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON AND QUAYLE RELEASE 3RD VIDEO
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Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, is rounding out her video series "From Horses to Horsepower" with the third video, "By Heart," in partnership with motorcycle brand Harley- Davidson®. The video series details Stephanie's journey becoming a new rider and experiencing the freedom of the open road alongside her mentor, riding companion and mother, Eileen.

The cinematically shot video captures Stephanie's experience riding for the very first time on the roads she "knows by heart" with her mom by her side -- back in her home state of Montana. 

WATCH:   "By Heart" - Part 3 of "Horses to Horsepower" Series

“Seeing and feeling the Big Sky country roads I grew up on from the seat of my Harley was absolutely exhilarating," explains Quayle. "There are not enough words to describe how special it is to experience this together with my mom and to soak up every minute of her mentorship. It is a magical thing — riding is individual and can be a collective experience at the same time. The roads we will ride together are limitless!”

"There's a freedom and a new confidence that's now a part of me because of this journey," says Quayle. “I find a peace inside my helmet unlike anywhere else, so much so that I practiced singing 'By Heart' over and over again while riding before we headed into the studio. This new music and my Harley will forever be connected and that feeling is branded in my soul!“ 

The video follows Stephanie's release of "By Heart" as her latest single. The touching song is available now wherever you find great new music! 

LISTEN: "By Heart"

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AMERICAN SONGWRITER: STEPHANIE QUAYLE CAPTURES LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE WITH "BY HEART"
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Stephanie Quayle is a fairly new songwriter. Originally from Bozeman, Montana, the pop-country storyteller began releasing music with 2016’s “Drinking with Dolly” and co-wrote such songs as “Selfish,” “I’ve Got Your Six,” and “Post It” (from 2017’s debut record, Love the Way You See Me). But she didn’t start actively flexing her own songwriting muscles until about a year or two ago. 

“You get to see everything from the front view. You have to stay focused on what’s in front of you. I think that’s a really good metaphor for where I am,” Quayle tells American Songwriter of her songwriting journey. “Yes, everything in my rearview is still there, and I can look back and learn, but I’m really focused on what’s in front of me.”

It seems fitting 2020 would be the year of her greatest personal and professional growth. Locked in her home, like most of us, Quayle dug her heels into virtual songwriting sessions and deep introspection. She had nothing but time, after all.

OUTSIDER: STEPHANIE QUAYLE REVEALS PERSONAL CONNECTION TO "YELLOWSTONE" TV SERIES
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Singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle is a busy person. She’s quickly becoming country music’s next big thing after all. But even she makes it a priority to watch “Yellowstone.”

Quayle stopped by in an exclusive interview to discuss her song inspirations for her newest single “By Heart.” And you know, we had to ask her what she thinks about John Dutton and the gang. It turns out that Quayle knows a few things about Montana. She’s actually a native to the state, born and raised in Bozeman.

OUTSIDER: STEPHANIE QUAYLE OPENS UP ABOUT NEW SINGLE "BY HEART"
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Stephanie Quayle is one of country music’s hottest rising stars. The songwriter turned independent singer is turning heads everywhere she goes. Quayle ranks among CMT’s Next Women of Country and Billboard’s Top 10 of Female Airplay. Her 2020 single “Whatcha Drinkin’ About” was one of the most added when it debuted with over 65 million audience impressions.

In an exclusive interview with Outsider, Quayle opened up about her new single “By Heart” and her Montana roots.

SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE: STEPHANIE QUAYLE IS HEAD OVER HEELS ON BREEZY NEW SINGLE, ‘BY HEART’
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Rising country singer Stephanie Quayle is smitten by love on her brand new song, “By Heart.” The tender and groovy romantic tune narrates Quayle’s desire to know her love interest “by heart.” On the song, the Bozeman, Montana native leaves out not a single detail she wants to know about Mister Right, and delivers it over a fun and buoyant country production.

“The first time I heard ‘By Heart,’ I was in New Orleans in my hotel room, and I immediately grabbed my guitar, and started figuring it out by wrapping myself up in the lyrics,” Quayle says of the song.