(October 21, 2022 – Nashville, TN) Big Sky Music Group singer-songwriter, Stephanie Quayle, has released her latest music video for her single, “The Lost Years.” The video for the lead track off her upcoming album, On The Edge, premiered exclusively with CMT on October 20th and was featured on their Times Square billboards in New York. The vulnerable video, directed by Rachel Deeb, evokes a woefully reminiscent feeling of a past trauma and the catharsis of embracing the pain in order to move forward.
“I have always loved making three-minute-movies. This one is the genesis to my entire story for my album On The Edge — it all begins with “The Lost Years”’STEPHANIE QUAYLE
“I have always loved making three-minute-movies. This one is the genesis to my entire story for my album On The Edge — it all begins with “The Lost Years”’ says Quayle. “I’m honored to partner with CMT on the vision for this body of work. CMT’s support of my artistry is unparalleled. I’ll never forget the first time Leslie [Fram] listened to the album after I shared the story in her kitchen. She’s not only been a steward and mentor but an extraordinary friend through the process of sharing my most vulnerable and raw works. I couldn’t be more grateful, and at the same time feel so much adrenaline and excitement from yesterday. I’m simply in awe that it premiered on a billboard in the middle of Times Square!”
“The live band instrumentals compliment Quayle’s crystal-clear vocals and emphasize her storytelling delivery. “The Lost Years” includes a riveting sound that we have never heard from the breakout star, one that the country community has been longing for. The simplicity of the clip holds significant meaning and is undeniably powerful.”CMT.COM
The eight tracks that make up On The Edge, explore the fundamentally human experience when in your darkest moments you’re faced with a decision, when you’re forced to choose between descending into the darkness or seeking the light. This album is a redemptive tale, and a profoundly personal one.
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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 standout 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, Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde, 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), Lucchese Bootmaker, 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.
PHOTO CREDIT: NATE GRIFFIN