Rebel Engine recording artist Stephanie Quayle will cross yet another item off her bucket list when she makes her Grand
Ole Opry
debut on Saturday, April 7. For Quayle, stepping into the legendary circle is something she’s dreamed about since she was a young girl growing up in Montana.

Stepping into ‘the circle’ is one of the greatest honors in Country music. I am absolutely overwhelmed just thinking about those who have come before me,” shares an emotional Quayle. “I am so grateful to the Opry family for the opportunity to step out onto this stage. I can’t wait to play my songs in the name of Country music.”

Fans may purchase tickets to the April 7 Grand Ole Opry show here.

Quayle’s long-awaited Opry debut comes on the heels of a string of successes for the “Selfish” songstress. The release of her 2016 timeless song “Drinking With Dolly” earned her a national TV debut on FOX & Friends. Her critically-acclaimed album LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME made her one of the top female Country debuts of 2017. Quayle was the first artist in history to perform for Billboard at the top of the Empire State Building. She was selected to perform on the same stage as Pop superstar Lady Gaga and legendary group Alabama for five former U.S. Presidents at Deep From The Heart: One America Appeal to raise funds for hurricane relief last year in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In that same year, she was named one of Rolling Stone Country’s Artists You Need To Know” and hosted on the red carpet at the 51st Annual CMA Awards. Most recently, Quayle premiered her new music video for current single “Selfish” on CMT Music and made her debut across the pond at C2C: Country to Country music festival in London.

This week, “Selfish” climbs to Top 40 on the Billboard Activator Chart and lands at 33 on the Billboard Indicator Chart. Following her Opry Debut, Quayle will head to Las Vegas for the 2018 ACM Awards to perform for ACM Party For A Cause at Stoney’s Rockin Country. After her Vegas performance, she’ll be crisscrossing the U.S. on tour throughout the summer.


3/23 Spirit of Texas Festival College Station, TX
4/3 DelMonaco Winery Cookeville, TN
4/14 ACM Party For A Cause Las Vegas, NV
6/8 Carolina Country Music Fest Myrtle Beach, SC
6/9 Frogfest 30 Vernon, NY
6/15 Headwaters Country Jam Cardwell, MT
6/16 Porterfield Country Music Festival Marinette, WI
6/30 Moonshine Beach San Diego, CA
7/21 Thompson/Grand River Valley KOA Thompson, OH

About Stephanie Quayle:

Growing up on a working bison ranch in Montana, Stephanie Quayle spent much of her time out in the barn mucking horse stalls while listening to the local AM radio. Quayle’s 2016 Billboard Indicator Top 50 hit “Drinking With Dolly” served as homage to Country’s greatest female artists— Dolly, Tammy, Loretta and Patsy. Quayle made her national television debut performing the fan-favorite “Drinking With Dolly” on FOX & Friends. The music video rose to #1 on the CMT Music 12-Pack Countdown, while the single has garnered over half a million streams to date. Lauded as one of Rolling Stone Country’s “New Artists You Need To Know,” Quayle recently crisscrossed the U.S. on her headlining “Winnebago” tour (co-sponsored by Winnebago, KOA, Polaroid and The RV Loft). She has been highlighted in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Taste Of Country, Sounds Like Nashville, to name a few. She also serves as music ambassador for Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, an original from her hometown of Bozeman, MT. Quayle’s new single “Selfish,” off her debut Rebel Engine album, LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME, is currently climbing the charts sitting at Top 40 on the Billboard Activator and #33 on the Billboard Indicator charts.

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