One woman, one guitar, one incredible voice.
Australian performer Steph Grace is proof that some of the best music comes from the
That’s what European crowds took away when they witnessed Steph supporting English
artist Passenger on his 2019 summer tour: 6000+ crowd arenas spellbound by the
power of her pure, honest and rousing folk-soul storytelling.
After a decade mastering her craft in the pubs and streets of Europe and Australia, the
Sydney-born artist relocated to Europe in 2018 to team up in the studio with Chris
Vallejo (Passenger, Kate Noonan, Empire Of The Sun).
With Vallejo at the helm, Steph collaborated with Josh Schuberth, (Ben Folds; Josh
Pyke), and Jon Solo (Angus & Julia Stone), and will release fresh material in 2019,
following acclaimed 2016 release ‘Concentrate’.
The new songs, like her performance style, came naturally:
“I rented a small apartment in someone’s backyard on the beach at (Sydney’s)
Narrabeen and took my guitar, recording equipment and enough supplies for a week. Sometimes I just
read books or went to the beach but mostly I buried myself in music.”
As a 100% independent artist – without label or management representation – the fact
that Steph tours and performs at such an elite level is further testament to her rare
talents and hard-working ethic.
Some musicians entertain; others transform – Steph manages both, radiating effortless
charm, charismatic depth and a storyteller’s warmth, with the magnetism to command
the tone of any room, from a 50-cap club to a 6,000-strong arena.
With headline shows and summer festival bookings locked in throughout Europe and
beyond, Steph is an independent artist on the cusp.
And it all comes down to that incredible voice – as well as the soul behind it.