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1) Stephanie Smith is an American Contemporary Christian music singer/songwriter. She is signed to Gotee Records. Her first studio album, Not Afraid, was released on May 27, 2008 digitally and in store Dec 23, 2008.
She has written a book with Suzy Weibel titled Crossroads: The Teenage Girl’s Guide to Emotional Wounds, which was released on June 1, 2008.
Beyond the music, Stephanie ministers regularly with Soles4Soles, a Nashville-based non-profit that facilitates the donation of shoes to the hurting worldwide. She also has a long-standing relationship with the Pure Freedom founders—at age 13, she attended their very first sexual purity retreat. “I still wear my pearl around my neck today,” she shares, “and it’s been neat to come around full circle and now partner with them.”


2) Stephanie Smith is an up and coming singer/songwriter who writes well above her 23 years. Razor-sharp lyrics, emotive melodies and stripped-down arrangements make “Waves” her most solid and soulful project yet. Stephanie describes her music as “hope-infused reality” — songs that connect with, entertain and uplift the listener. “Waves” sold over 3,000 copies within the first two months of it’s release (October 2006) and continues to spread as Stephanie plays in coffee shops, livingrooms and stages across the country. She has opened for many talented musicians including Dave Barnes, Raining Jane, Ryan Shupe & The Rubberband, and shared the stage with many great local acts in the last few years. Stephanie’s music has been featured by Nokia, AOL and on the soundtrack for the independent film remake of “Pride and Prejudice” (Excel Entertainment). Please visit www.stephaniesmithmusic.com

Edited by everGirl1415 on 22 Dec 2008, 00:20

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