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!”
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.
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!
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 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.
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.”
Before the stars made their way into Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for The 53rd Annual CMA Awards on Wednesday (Nov. 13), they strutted their stuff on the red carpet and several artists stopped by to chat with Country Now‘s correspondent for the evening, Katie Austin!
Austin, a fitness instructor and host, caught up with artists such as Riley Green, Gabby Barrett, Justin Moore, Jordan Davis, Scotty McCreery, The Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean, newlyweds Tyler Rich and Sabina Gadecki, Stephanie Quayle, Chase Rice and Mitchell Tenpenny to talk about their excitement over the CMA Awards.
Let’s be real. The only reason anyone turns on an awards show is to see what Carrie Underwood. and Little Big Town rocked on the red carpet. The women of country music hold court every time with show-stopping looks that never disappoint.
The CMA Awards are the biggest night in Country music.
Country fans are in for an exciting night. This year's awards are all about celebrating the legendary women of the genre.
This year's ceremony will be cohosted by Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton, and Reba McEntire.
Take a look at the exciting red carpet moments that lead up to this year's show. And see which of your favorite stars take home a coveted award tonight.
Live in the Vineyard wrapped up its eleventh annual music, food and wine event on Sunday (Nov. 3) with intimate performances from some of the biggest names in country, pop and rock music.
The 4-day festival took place from Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in the dreamlike wineries and vineyards of Napa, Calif. Fans enjoyed live music from some of the most popular acts along with exclusive wines and gourmet food. The intimate gathering brought some of the most exclusive acoustic and intimate performances from some of the most sought after artists that normally play in giant arenas. Even the cast of ABC's The Bachelor was in attendance to enjoy the epic weekend. Every attendee was sure to leave each night with a full brunch, high spirits and music stuck in their heads.
Country singer-songwriter,Stephanie Quayle, has released the lyric video for her latest single, "Whatcha Drink 'Bout," available now on all video streaming services.
"No matter what you're drinkin', we're all drinking 'bout something. It's that common denominator. You walk into a bar... and everyone's drinkin 'bout something," says Quayle.
Another edition of LIVE IN THE VINEYARD (LITV) is in the books, as the four-day event spanning NAPA VALLEY wrapped up on SUNDAY (11/3). Some of the industry's foremost programming and promotion executives, along with top level music supervisors, were joined by radio contest winners from all across the country. They were treated to an exclusive experience at grandiose vineyards and wineries while enjoying wines from some of the areas finest vintners, paired with meals prepared by world renowned chefs.
Luke Bryan’s new single got to be what country radio wanted this week.
This week’s other notable country radio options: Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber’s “10,000 Hours” (6th-most-added, tie), Hootie & The Blowfish’s “Hold On” (6th-most, tie), Chris Young’s “Drowning” (8th-most, tie), Stephanie Quayle’s “Whatcha Drinkin’ Bout” (8th-most, tie), Ryan Hurd’s “To A T” (10th-most, tie), Lainey Wilson’s “Dirty Looks” (10th-most, tie), and Jake Owen’s “Homemade” (10th-most, tie).
We asked American singer and songwriter, Stephanie Quayle, to describe her journey of becoming a new female country artist and why she has been wearing Lucchese boots for many years. From her lyric video of “Drinking with Dolly” to the back of her horse to performing on stage, Stephanie’s got her boots on. For her, it’s about the classic western style and fit.
Stephanie was born and raised in Bozeman, Montana. Her family had a farm raising bison, cattle, and all kinds of creatures. Stephanie got her first taste of country music from a little silver AM radio in her horse barn. Now, she lives in Nashville, Tennessee, pursuing her career as a female country artist.
The rising star of country music is sitting with me on a leather couch in her Montana home, crooning lines from songs that will be released this year on an EP produced by her own record label, Rebel Engine Entertainment, out of Nashville, Tennessee.