Up-and-coming western raised country powerhouse and Rebel Engine Entertainment artist STEPHANIE QUAYLE released her soon to be barstool anthem “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout” today across digital retailers and streaming platforms. 

The light-hearted, mid-tempo tune was Produced by Julian King with Executive Producer Mark Wright at the helm. The track provides a hefty dose of Quayle’s signature moxie backed by a flirty rhythm and groove that’s sure to have fans two stepping across dance floors and on their feet at shows with beer bottles and solo cups raised high. Quayle had a chance to perform the new single for fans while crisscrossing the country this Summer and was thrilled to see the reaction from fans.

“When the three of us [co-writers Joey Ebach and Ryland Fisher] got together to write, we were all meeting for the first time! I brought some whiskey and beer for the guys and figured either way we’d have a blast,” recalls Quayle. “It wasn’t until we got into the studio that we realized the magic we had created. In walks that slide guitar and everything is right with the world! We watched this song happen on the road, with our fans singing along right away. As a songwriter you live for moments like these.”

 With the buzz of Quayle’s new music, Bozeman based Dry Hills Distillery tapped the Montana native as brand ambassador for their yet to be launched Running Iron Whiskey (announcement with more details coming soon). 

 On August 24th, Quayle will perform live at Dry Hills in Bozeman, to celebrate the launch of their new whiskey along with co-headliner, CMA Award winner, Deana Carter. Tickets for the event are limited and are now on sale at www.runningironwhiskey.com and www.dryhillsdistillery.com. GA Tickets are $30 in advance and $40 at the door, with VIP tickets at $100. 

 Just two weeks ago Quayle was a featured performer on the Wrangler presented National Day Of The American Cowboy Tour making stops across the great state of Texas. Quayle and Wrangler will continue to expand upon their partnership when they team up to launch Quayle’s intimate Montana Sessions later this fall. 

 With her star on the rise, Quayle will take a short break from her tour on August 17th to make her fourth appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. She will then head West making her way to Bozeman for the launch of Running Iron Whiskey and continue on with stops supporting Willie Nelson in Raleigh and recently added dates with Aaron Watson in San Diego and Tucson.