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Stephanie Anne Johnson from NBC's The Voice 2013

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NWP welcomes Stephanie Anne Johnson!

Stephanie made it to the live shows on this seasons THE VOICE but was eliminated just a few days ago. I talk to Stephanie about her experience and if she feels hopeful about her future.  Was it all worth it?  Lets find out!

Stephanie Anne Johnson is a singer and songwriter, born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. Her soulful sound combines elements of blues, folk and rock, and she is constantly refining her favorite instrument, her voice. Guided by a killer musical instinct, her rich, melodic soundscapes surround her audience and inspire her listeners into a depth of emotional possibility.

Stephanie’s Background
While growing up, Stephanie’s ears were filled with the likes of Etta James, Cab Calloway, Bonnie Raitt, and Aerosmith.  When those influences melded with guitar lessons, voice coaching, and a study of the classics, a raw, soulful dreaminess began to pour from her pen and her lips.  As gritty emotion spilled forth, Stephanie found herself performing her songs to international audiences in a wide range of venues.  From the intimate setting of an acoustic performance in her hometown of Tacoma, to the always moving stage of a cruise ship in the Mediterranean, Stephanie’s voice exposes the underlying emotions that we as humans so often have to hide in our day-to-day existence. It’s music to fall in love.

In Her Words
“Music can save lives, transport the mind, and give the body uncommon grace,” she says. “While the journey is important, it’s the people you get there with that make the time well spent.”

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