With her 2018 debut at the Grand Ole Opry, her consistent presence on the Billboard Country Airplay chart for her single “Selfish,” and her recent induction into CMT’s 2019 Next Women of Country Class, Montana native Stephanie Quayle is amassing fans with her high-energy live shows and distinctive vocals.
After sharing stages with artists like Kane Brown, Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, and Billy Currington, Quayle will be hitting the stage on her own for a pop-up tour in Texas, July 27 – 30.
Partnering with premier Western lifestyle brand Wrangler, Quayle kicks off the five-show Wrangler Presents: National Day of the American Cowboy Tour on July 27 as part of the festivities celebrating the annual National Day of the American Cowboy in the Stockyards National Historic District in Fort Worth, Texas. After three shows in Fort Worth, she’ll head to Austin and Houston.
“I’m honored to join forces with my friends at Wrangler to shine a spotlight on the tradition of the American cowboy on this pop-up tour, and to represent that Western lifestyle I grew up with,” Quayle said in a press release. “I come from a long line of cowboys and cowgirls who continue to live by example — with that cowboy state of mind. I’m proud of where I come from and take pride in carrying on that Western heart in today’s country music.”
Wrangler recently paired with Quayle on the release of her music video for “If I Was a Cowboy,” and will be partnering with her again for her upcoming intimate Montana Sessions acoustic video series, slotted to debut in tandem with her highly anticipated upcoming EP.
View the music video for “If I Was a Cowboy,” below.