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Originally from a very remote town in Montana, Stacy studied theater at Boston University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. After graduating college, she moved to New York City where she now resides and became the resident piano player at the famed Monkey Bar in Manhattan. Having written music since the age of 8, Stacy finally released her debut album One Way Home and was immediately recognized by ASCAP, winning an ASCAPLUS award two years in a row. During the time of her album released, she starred in the hit film Murder Party which was released by Magnolia Pictures.

Her cinematic and theatrical background shines throughout her music, layering each story with it’s own soundtrack. She has been compared to a baffling variety of artists including Tom Waits, Feist, Jeff Buckley, Regina Spektor, Aimee Mann, Stevie Nicks and even Bob Dylan. Despite the comparisons, Stacy has a truly unique voice as a singer and as a writer, both original and reminiscent of the vinyl era. Gabriel Levitt of Brooklyn’s Jezebel Music wrote that her live performances are “unequivocally enchanting”
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