With the encouragement and mentorship from her producers, RyLee Madison and Clay Krasner of 7-17 Music, this young artist started making frequent trips to Nashville, Tennessee in preparation for her first project. Fresh out of the gate after releasing her debut album EP “Go Where The Wind Takes You”(August 2015), Stephanie Rose went on her first Saskatchewan radio tour with her debut single “Bed of Roses” (September).
The musical ball started to roll as Stephanie Rose continued to develop her craft and released singles “Steal Me Away” (February 2016) and “Did You Hear” (May 2016), airing on Canadian country stations as well as Australia and Japan. Her first time ever attending the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards weekend, Stephanie performed her original songs at the Songwriter Cafe and the New Artist showcase in Saskatoon, SK. Stepping further into the scene, she performed during Canadian Country Music Week in London, ON at the Saskatchewan Artist showcase.
Through Global Country she went to Nashville for the first time. After taking in the sights and sounds of Music City and getting a tour of the music business, she competed again but this time in Pigeon Forge, TN. Stephanie Rose was titled 2014’s North American Country Music Association International Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the year. While in Nashville, she was introduced to RyLee Madison and Clay Krasner of 7-17 Music, her future music producers.
Stellar year for Stephanie Rose! Three showcases at Canadian Country Music Week and a stunning performance at the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards kick-off party, set the tone for this old soul. Rose completed three provincial radio tours (Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba) to promote her single “Rusted Love” (August 2017), a crowd favorite. While focusing on down-to-earth shows that highlight her talent for storytelling and relatable experiences, she found herself stepping into the rock scene for a night and delivered a killer performance of Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” at the EA Rawlinson Centre, Prince Albert, SK.
Stephanie Rose, born and raised in the beautiful prairie province of Saskatchewan, took the dive into the start of her music career at age 18. She entered into the cross-Canada music search, hosted by Global Country; an organization committed to finding and developing country music artists in Canada.
Travelling to Edmonton in May of 2013, Stephanie found herself winning the Global Country Star Search competition, and it was there that the doors started to open for her career.
Nominated for 2 categories at the 2018 Saskatchewan Country Music Awards, small town Stephanie Rose has had a big year. Releasing her single “Crushed” on February 5th, she cracked the Top 100 on the Canadian Country BDS Charts, which was the launching pad to a great season. Playing multiple shows throughout the spring, which included a packed-house performance at the Professional Bull Riding circuit in Nipawin, SK. Stephanie shared the stage with her fellow Saskatchewan artists at the Songwriters Café at the 2018 SCMA awards weekend. She has now released her sophomore album EP “Sprout” (Sept. 28th, 2018), produced by RyLee Madison (ECMA Country Recording of the Year) and Clay Krasner (touring bass player for Terri Clark) of 7-17 Music.
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