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Stephanie Quayle

The Montana native, Stephanie Quayle, has had a massive presence in country music with standout radio singles "Whatcha Drinkin 'Bout," "Selfish," and digital releases like “Wild Frontier” in the last few years. The CMT "Next Women of Country" inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage.


Quayle was included in the star-studded weeklong line-up to celebrate Dolly Parton’s 50th Anniversary of being a Grand Ole Opry member. The entertainer has shared stages with artists like Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde, and many more; and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, the charismatic performer was the only independent act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) alongside artists like Lady Gaga and Alabama as part of the hurricane relief concert "Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal" in Texas.  


The singer-songwriter’s booming personality has also been tapped as a special guest host for Wrangler Network, the Circle Network, Sounds Like Nashville, and One Country on the ACM Awards, CMT Awards and CMA Awards red carpets. She has been highlighted on The Kelly Clarkson Show, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and in People, Huffington Post, Glamour, Hollywood Life, Inspirer Magazine, Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country and, to name a few.


Quayle was named the First Female Country Music Ambassador for Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, and has teamed up with other recognizable national brands Harley-Davidson, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Lucchese Bootmaker, Winnebago, Wrangler, Running Iron Whiskey, Yellowstone Country Montana, Montana Silversmiths and Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply.  


Stephanie is an active supporter of charitable organizations like the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, Care Camps, Special Olympics Montana and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


Wes Urbaniak

and the Mountain Folk


Wes Urbaniak and the Mountain Folk play mountain folk music that tells  the story of deeper matters. Their music takes the listener on a thought-provoking journey with twists and turns, ups and downs. Riding  a wave through conscious themes and energetic beats; this music will  leave you with a good soul aching.  Buried with their roots in mountain  folk music, the band executes on crossing genres by swooping and  dipping into bluegrass, Americana, pop-folk, beat boxing, et cetera.    

The semi-tamed wild sound of Wes Urbaniak’s lead vocals, in combination  with the high and low harmonies, powerfully sing out on the hardships,  lessons learned, and beauty in life.  As the energy picks up, as it does,  you’ll be lifted from the valley of the stillness and carried along by the  fast-moving guitar playing and intricate dynamics of the trio to a rollicking  rise of emotion.  The mixture–one part fairytale, two parts science– describes their lyrics, performance and musical style.  


Wes writes their lyrics. He also designed and custom built the band’s instruments.   Constructed with respect to conservation, the instruments were made  with reclaimed wood which alludes to a deep connection and sense of  spirit.  The whole matter is science pushed through the pinholes of art.



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