11 Songs, 39 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings

Amazing Album


This album is amazing from top to bottom. Selfish is so relatable to any relationship where you just want the love of your life all to yourself. Winnebago is upbeat and the perfect road trip song. Drinking with Dolly carries the nod to the ladies of country music.

Gorgeous album


From the first song, the singer has you hooked. I put every song on my favorites list. The background music the arrangements, and, in particular, the vocals are amazing. If there was a place right now to vote for album of the year, this would be my choice!

One of the Top Country Albums of the Year


This artist is the real deal. 11 songs that are repeat-worthy. Quayle's voice is perfection; the songwriting is a homerun and the production sounds unique to this artist. Highly recommend sharing this album with any music enthusiasts. "Selfish" sounds like a radio hit to me!

About Stephanie Quayle

A singer with a strong voice and spirit to match, Stephanie Quayle's musical career evolved from pop to country, with a musical savvy that worked for both. Born in Bozeman, Montana, Quayle was raised on her parents' buffalo ranch, and she was introduced to country music through the AM radio in the barn where she did her chores. She became fascinated with the way a story could be expressed through songs, and at the age of 12 she began writing songs of her own. After learning to play piano, at 15 Quayle bought a second-hand guitar and taught herself to play, setting her lyrics to music. When she was 16, Quayle spent several months in Switzerland as an exchange student; while she was there, she joined a local band as lead singer, and even recorded an album with them before returning to Montana. After finishing high school, Quayle moved to Los Angeles in hopes of of making her way into the music business. In 2004, Quayle released her first album, Turquoise, a set of country-influenced pop. Sales figures were modest, and in time Quayle headed for Nashville, where the country side of her musical personality would be free to flower. In 2009, she released an EP, No End, a more straightforward country effort that included the song "Ain't No Housewife." The song became the title track of Quayle's second full-length album, which was also released in 2009. In 2013, she signed with the independent country label Rebel Engine Entertainment, and released a seven-song EP, Stand Back. In 2016, Quayle made a major impression with the single "Drinking with Dolly," which celebrated iconic women of country music and served as the lead single from her third album, 2017's Love the Way You See Me. ~ Mark Deming

Bozeman, MT