Stephanie Ryann is a 34 year old New England native. She is no stranger to the music industry, spending most of her late teens and early 20’s auditioning for TV shows such as American Idol, Nashville Star, and The Voice to assist in jump-starting her career. She was also featured on our New Release a few weeks ago, which you can check out here.
When that proved to be more of a dead end than an open road, the former firefighter turned fashion model turned musician looked to friends and fellow musicians Eliot Lewis (of the legendary pop duo Hall & Oates) and Kevin Totoian to help forge her own path into the music industry. In late 2018, Ryann released her debut, self-titled, EP and has been releasing singles ever since. Ryann has had the privilege of opening for several fellow artists, including Cole Swindell, Tenille Arts, Jackson Dean, Carolyn Miller, Jamie McLean, The Felice Brothers, and Midnight North.
Stephanie just released her new Holiday single, “What Christmas Means to Me.” Check it out below!
This Christmas single is absolutely beautiful. From the instrumentals to the vocals, this song has it all. She does a great job at showcasing her emotions, throughout the verses. A great artist knows how to tell the story of the song and make people believe what they are singing. Stephanie Ryann does just this. She puts you in the mood for the Holidays and gets you ready for months ahead.
“What Christmas Means to Me,” is a must add to the Holiday playlist. Perfect to listen to if you are alone on the holidays, or huddled up with friends and family. Wonderful release by an up and coming force in Country Music.
Check out her Official Website for up to date news and tour information.
Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.