Steeped in the tradition of country and folk music, with a distinctly contemporary, cinematic edge, Stefanie Joyce’s songs tell stories in images as much as sounds, weaving tightly crafted tales of sin, redemption, and everything in between.
Since moving to Nashville in 2017, Stefanie has garnered several cuts as a songwriter with up-and-coming Nashville artists such as Chris Moreno, Mary-Heather Hickman, Tommy O'Keeffe, and Brooke Lynn. She has become a regular feature at Nashville’s premiere writer rounds, and has had the opportunity to play at major country music festivals such as the Lynchburg Music Festival. In 2019, her song "Lovin' My Mamma" (cowritten with artist Brooke Lynn) was nominated for the Midwest CMA Song of the Year.
In 2020, her songs caught the attention of renowned publisher Woody Bomar (formerly of Sony/ATV) at Green Hills Music. Since then, she has been working with Bomar to further develop and market her song catalog.
While Stefanie continues to write with and for other artists, she has also begun work on a solo project. You can listen to “On The Ohio,” her debut single, here.