• Stephanie Quayle 3rd Annual Homecoming Show
(To Benefit Gallatin Valley Food Bank)
Scheduled For Late September •
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 25, 2015)—National country recording artist, Stephanie Quayle (Rebel Engine Entertainment), will host once again her annual hometown benefit concert to support the local Gallatin Valley Food Bank. The Stephanie Quayle 3rd Annual Homecoming Show will be held on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at the Emerson Center for Arts & Culture (111 S. Grand Ave, Bozeman, MT). The fun begins at 7pm.
Presented in partnership with XL Country, Zoot Enterprises and Bozeman Ford Lincoln & RV, Stephanie will headline the family-friendly event performing original tunes and the newest tracks from her upcoming studio recording. Monetary proceeds and food donations will benefit the Gallatin Valley Food Bank.
Born and raised on a farm in Bozeman, Montana, Stephanie Quayle made the move from the Big Sky to Music City in 2011. She remains an active community supporter; Stephanie makes frequent returns to “come home” to help raise money for causes and needs in the local area. Her efforts have raised $5,700 and collected more than 5,200 lbs of food for the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. This year’s goal is to double recent years to raise $10,000 and collect 10,000 lbs in canned goods or non-perishable items.
“I was born and raised in this community,” remarked Stephanie. “When I heard that the Gallatin Valley Food Bank was going through thousands of pounds of food each month, with families still going hungry, I had to do something. I wanted to make a contribution that made a difference. Hosting this event was a way to bring attention to the need and the best way I knew how…with my music.”
Doors open at 6:30pm, with the concert beginning promptly at 7:00pm. Stephanie will welcome special guests during her VIP Meet and Greet to be held directly following the show.
10 cans donated = 2 FREE tickets
Those who make a contribution of 10 canned goods (or more) at any of the participating outlets (Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, Bozeman Ford Lincoln & RV, Rosauers Grocery and Meridian) will receive two free tickets to the show.
Stephanie’s homecoming event runs in tandem with the recent success of her national single release, “That's What I’m Talking About,” which is currently enjoying radio airplay across the country. The corresponding music video, “That’s What I’m Talking About,” made its world premiere on Nash Country Weekly earlier this month.
About Stephanie Quayle:
A “must-see," high energy, alluring entertainer, Stephanie Quayle is a modern day cowgirl--a musical temptress who can bring a crowd to its feet with a rockin’ “wild ride” tune and then silence a room with a whisper-soft ballad. Stephanie’s multi-talented career has taken her across the country to perform on historical music stages (where she’s performed alongside Jerrod Niemann, Jamie O’Neal and country’s rising newcomer Jon Pardi) and at various conventions (including the Maria Shriver Women's Conference, Sundance Film Festival, NRA, Amway and O’Reilly Auto Parts Conventions). Stephanie has appeared in front of the camera (both as a model and television show host). She is a regular volunteer guest at the annual Operation Smile International Student Leadership Conference held at a different university or college, in various locations around the world, each year. Stephanie’s recent participation in the 7th Annual Dancing With The Carolina Stars (Greensboro, NC) lent assistance to raise more than $42,000 for the benefit of the Operation Smile Carolinas Chapter. In gratitude for lending her time and talents, and her fundraising success, Stephanie was presented with the “Smile Award.” Monies raised help to fund surgeries for children with clef palates and clef lips.
For more information on Stephanie Quayle, visit www.stephaniequayle.com or follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Soundcloudand/or Pinterest.
FOR ARTIST INQUIRIES /or/ TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW, CONTACT:
Music City Media
K. Atwood | KATwood@musiccitynews.com | 615.770.2994