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Rising newcomer, Stephanie Quayle, releases new single 'Sugar High'

Musician newcomer, Stephanie Quayle, has released her new single "Sugar High," on radio and will be touring radio stations and fans across the country to promote the "Sugar High," which is filled with themes of love, fields of free, sweet red win and stars above. This debut single is from her upcoming EP to be released later this year. This single showcases Quayle's vocal range. "Sugar High" was produced by Grammy-winning Ilya Toshinskey and written by three of Nashville's biggest high songwriters, Ashley Gorley (Carrie Underwood's "Good Girl," Luke Bryan's "Crash My Party) Kelly Lovelace (Brad Paisley's "He Didn't Have To Be," "Ticks") and Steve McEwan (Kenny Chesney's "Summertime," Keith Urban's "Only You Can Love Me This Way").

Stephanie Quayle's "Sugar High" available now
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Her friendship with successful songwriter, Kelley Lovelace, who's have 15 #1 singles, came from a chance encounter with a man named John at a dive bar while she was performing in Los Angeles. John told her she belonged in Nashville. Shortly after arriving to Nashville, John introduced her to Lovelace. Upon that meeting, they built a strong friendship and trust with one another, and found Quayle's new single, "Sugar High."

“As writers, we hold on to the hope that our favorite songs will someday find a home,” says Lovelace. “Well, this is one of those times where hope became reality. Stephanie Quayle is the perfect artist for ‘Sugar High!’ In fact, she delivers it so well it's as if she wrote it with me and my co-writers, Ashley Gorley and Steve McEwan. We might have given the song birth, but Stephanie gave it life.”

To listen to “Sugar High” click HERE.

To watch the official lyric video for “Sugar High" click the video tab above towards the left.

Quayle was born and raise on a farm in Bozeman, Montana and Stephanie moved from there to Music City in 2011 and now calls Nashville her home. She has an active fan base of over 35,000 fans that led her to perform at both the 2012 and 2013 CMA Music Festival. Her additional portfolio includes appearances at the renowned Sundance Film Festival, US Navy's Fleet Week, and a personal invitation from Maria Shriver to perform before an audience of thousands at Shriver's National Women's Conference.

In 2013, Quayle released a critically-acclaimed EP, Stand Back, that featured six songs that were all co-written and co-produced by Stephanie. These songs showcased her powerful vocal range with catchy melodies.

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