AirPlay Direct Artist Stephanie Quayle to Perform at Annual Women’s Conference 2010
Posted on October 26, 2010
October 25, 2010, Los Angeles, CA…AirPlay Direct independent country recording artist Stephanie Quayle will be gracing the stage to perform and inspire thousands at the highly-anticipated Women’s Conference taking place at the Long Beach Convention Center on Tuesday, October 26. The annual women’s empowerment event thrown each year by California’s First Lady Maria Shriver and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will welcome over 30,000 guests over a three-day run from Sunday, October 24 to Tuesday, October 26. This year’s distinguished line-up of speakers will also feature influential newsmakers including First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey.
Stephanie will kick off the final day of the conference with her musical performance early Tuesday morning at 7:30am on the Conference’s Main Stage. She will perform her song "Be Who You Are," which was appropriately inspired by her first visit to the conference in 2008 when she was handed a bracelet that read "Be Who You Are". She will also sing songs from her new album “Ain’t No Housewife,” including "Sophia" and "Alley of Desires," an upbeat tune that spreads messages of "living your dream". Stephanie will be joined onstage by guitarist Asaf Rodeh.
Ms. Quayle’s own message of hope and inspiration are all further heightened by her own personal struggles dealing with the sudden death of her long-term boyfriend during a tragic small plane crash in 2009. “I’m so honored and humbled to be a part of this tremendous event,” says Stephanie. “If I can in any way inspire and empower someone on their journey to discovering their own dreams, then I feel truly blessed.”
The philanthropic artist has long intertwined her music career with her humanitarian interests – especially as it relates to issues affecting women and children. She has performed in countless charity events including a performance earlier this month at the Art of Humanity Event in Los Angeles hosted by the Grossman Burn Foundation and former first Lady Laura Bush in honor of Bibi Aisha, a survivor of domestic violence and acts of brutality by the Taliban in Afganistan. Stephanie also performed at the Panther Pride Fundraising Concert last month to raise funds to maintain academic and athletic programs in the struggling Belgrade School System in her hometown of Montana.
Stephanie first performed at the Conference in 2009 at the Night at the Village event which takes place the night before the Conference. The theme of this year’s conference is “It’s Time” which is intended to inspire women from all walks of life to come together and become Architects of Change during this challenging economic time.
Stephanie’s album “Ain’t No Housewife” is currently available on itunes. For more information, please visit www.stephaniequayle.com. Radio programmers can download broadcast quality tracks by Stephanie at www.airplaydirect.com/stephaniequayle
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