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and raised in Denver Colorado dreamed that some day she would
be performing her original music to audiences everywhere in
her future career. She knew that it would take lots of
hard work and dedication to success in the business, and that
never concerned this young talent.
Starting at the young age of
13, with her first performance ever in front of a crowd of 60
people dancing to "Hello Again" by the Car at her Junior High
School talent show. Just the attention that was focused
on her performance that day made her want more. The
following year Stephanie decided to perform for her Junior
High school talent show once more. This time she would
sing and dance her way into the beginning of her successful
career. Singing for the first time to the song "Holiday"
by Madonna, she was a hit. People couldn't believe that
Stephanie was actually that ever so popular song. That
was just the taste of confidence Stephanie needed to make her
want to never give up entertainment.
Junior High came and went and Steph was
moving on to bigger and better things. She took music
classes to better her talent. She looked for
opportunities to sing when ever and as much as she could to be
heard from the public.
Stephanie got her first solo opportunity
her sophomore year at the Jazz fest in Greeley, Colorado. When the time came for
Stephanie's solo, the people in the audience realized that a promising future was instore
for this girl. Stephanie earned her first standing ovation that day. The next
two years Steph went on to Horizon to finish up her high school education. Her
junior year she sang couple solo's and sang the National Anthem for a few of the
Performances came and
went. During the period of Steph's school career she
still managed to sing at weddings and some parties.
Stephanie's title in school was "The girl who could
sing". She was the first student ever to sign with the
jazz band at Horizon. The graduation time was
near, and one of her last performances with the school,
she sang with her fellow students to end the year. Now it
was time for Stephanie to move on to more professional jobs in
her musical career. Steph started writing music, lyrics,
etc., while she attended High School, but not really thinking
much of it. She worked with a couple friends to help her
put it all together and that gave her the confidence to start
showing her work to others. Some took her serious and
some looked the other way, but that never discouraged
Then she remembered that she met a man named Rob Case her senior year, but never really
thought anything of it at the time. Still keeping in touch with all of her
connections from the past.
| Steph and Rob contacted each other through the holidays.
Steph went on to doing singing telegrams which led her to meet her first contact in the
band world. At least working band world. She auditioned for a band named
"Reaction", and got the job. A few weeks later she was on the road.
Working the west coast anywhere from California, Washington, Illinois, Alaska, to
Oklahoma, and no matter what happened with the band, she stuck it out through thick and
Learning the life of a
musician humbled this young lady, but changes were yet to
come. A former band member called from Las Vegas, Nevada
asking Steph to audition for a group called "Capone", and
asked how soon can you fly down? Of course Stephanie
jumped on the opportunity, gathered her earnings and flew down
to Las Vegas. It took one audition and she was
hired. Making arrangements to move from Colorado and to
live in Vegas was exciting and a little scary for Stephanie,
but not a hard decision. At 20 years old, Stephanie was
working on the strip with the talented band named
"Capone". The band had the pleasures of working at The
Aladdin, The Sands, Circus Circus, Excalibur, and the MGM
Grand. They traveled very little, unlike Steph's first
bands. Now Steph could make more and improved contacts
that would help her build her singing career. "Life in
the fast lane", Steph calls it or "The town that never
sleeps". Steph wondered if there wasn't more to singing
in lounges and hotels, and she started to fell too settled in
| Through the 6 years in Vegas, Steph worked along side
with Sonny Turner from the Platters, Johnny Graham from Earth, Wind, Fire, A sit in at
Mammoth, CA with Joe Sample and Patrice Zappa (Frank's sister), and the pleasures of
meeting the temptations and Ray Charles along the way. Stephanie still searched for
more, and it was time to move on. She left the band and moved back to Colorado with
a fresh start. She finally contacted Rob Case when she arrived. Rob still had
full intentions of helping this struggling musician achieve her dreams. Song after
song, Rob and Steph went through to find the perfect music for the CD they had
planned to record. Finally, Steph was in the studio recording her original
music. So many talented people worked hard on the CD, and all the hard work
Stephanie had been through paid off. Because of Rob Case, Stephanie has appeared in
Music Connection (3) times, and so much more. Her first CD's are being sold at
This is just the beginning of a successful
career for Stephanie in the recording industry. I know she will achieve all her
goals and dream because she is not afraid to look success straight in the face.
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