Stephanie Pauline to serenade listeners at Music on the Mall
WINTER PARK – Prolific singer-songwriter and national recording artist, Stephanie Pauline promises a night of music with deep lyrics and rich melodies from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, at Cooper Creek Square’s Music on the Mall.
With more than 500 songs written, Stephanie imbues listeners with courage as they drink deeply of life’s great store with her; mouthfuls of humanity go down easy on her strong, true voice.
Though she borrows from many genres, Pauline takes her cues from pop music, crafting radio friendly songs that build and explode in a way that catches the ear.
Fans are drawn to Stephanie’s engaging personality, sincere lyrics and compelling melodies.
“I invite others into an honest moment and hopefully encourage them in their own pursuit of a passionate life abandoned to the only thing worth living for: love,” she says. “I’ve been pretty pressed in life and I think it has produced a sort of vulnerability in me that people lean into. It pulls things up from deep within and unearths hearts.”
She says that songwriting came to her like breathing or laughing; it’s just always been a part of who she is and what she does. She was encouraged early on in her passion for music by her mother who sang her to sleep many nights to one homespun ditty or another.
Stephanie Pauline plays piano and guitar and has co-produced all of her recordings to date, the last three of which brought her to Nashville and L.A. where she recorded with some of the industry’s best studio musicians. She has performed hundreds of concerts across the country during the last few years. Her music has been played on more than 500 radio stations worldwide, landing three of Stephanie’s songs in the top 10 on the CRW Global Inspo and AC Chart and also on the Euro NCM Chart last year.
To hear her is to be swept up with her into a world of possibility.
Music On The Mall is free and open to all ages. For more information go to http://www.coopercreeksquare.com or call 970-726-8891.
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