Callywood After Dark
Music plays a special role in Stephanie's life and career. While many in her position are focused solely on stardom she’s on a mission. Her goal is achieving greater success to become the conduit of positive messages to greater numbers of people in need of hope and confidence.
Stephanie first came to the attention of the musical world at just three years old. As she approached her teen years she endured the typical teasing common among school children. She pleaded with her pastor to let her sing, knowing it would be a positive form of expression, soothing her hurt and anger. She soon discovered her talent was an inspiration to others as churches, festivals, and concert organizers asked her to participate in high-profile musical events.
Stephanie now has an active schedule, recording and performing throughout the Northeast, at venues across the country and around the world including the Naparima Bowl in San Fernando, Trinidad, and Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club. She’s appeared in numerous media including appearances on the radio broadcast of the civil rights organization, the National Action Network. In 2008 she released her first album, Lord, Just Me and You. She is currently working on a new inspirational project with some of New York City’s premiere writers and musicians.
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