Before moving to Pensacola, Florida, Stephanie Leigh Hall was a professional musician in New Orleans for nearly two decades and is now one of the best known and popular musicians along the Gulf Coast.
She has performed at Vinyl Music Hall and Seville Quarter and on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Stephanie and her band recorded a one-hour live concert of original music for WSRE’s Studio Amped that aired on Feb. 20, 2020 on PBS.
Stephanie has a wide ranging catalog of material of over 300 songs that spans decades, everything from classic rock, blues, americana, folk and pop.
Stephanie’s album “Playing for Change” is available at iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio and Bandcamp.
Her record is a genre bending mix of Gypsy Jazz, Folk Rock and Americana. Lyrical masterpieces with a catchy sound that is sure to make a long lasting impression to her fans.
Channeling Janis Joplin and Lucinda Williams, Stephanie is comfortable belting out a country rock anthem or a sultry ballad.
Among the studio musicians that contributed to the album were Nashville based multi-instrumentalist Rory Hoffman.
In addition to touring, she is already in the studio working on her second record.