Ladera Ranch, CA (Top40 Charts/ Hourglass International Official Website)
Stefani Rose, a new country artist, announced today the release of her debut single and EP, Reaching Out. The title track was inspired by an illness most people choose not to talk about. Stefani Rose connected her own feelings of fear and isolation with a community that needed a voice, and gave them a song.
"I was lost and needed to find people who could explain to me what my two-year-old son could not say for himself"
It took doctors over a year to diagnose Stefani Rose's son with epilepsy. "I was lost and needed to find people who could explain to me what my two-year-old son could not say for himself," Stefani said. "I found the Walk to End Epilepsy, and barely a year later, I have found my voice again, wrote some amazing music, and will be giving back to a group that does wonderful things for the epilepsy community."
An inspiration herself, Stefani Rose now lives for health, motivates others to take control over their lives, and uses the power of music and her own personal experience to reach out.
"Reaching Out is a song that's so universal. Every day, we use some variation of that phrase as we talk with people, do business, and communicate with family and friends; my goal is to follow through," said Stefani Rose. "While my cause is epilepsy awareness, I really want this song to challenge everyone to find a cause, find a group, find a person, and reach out."
The four-song EP was recorded over the summer at Omni Studios in Nashville. Find it on iTunes, Amazon, other online music stores, and at StefaniRoseMusic.com.
Stefani Rose is a country music singer/songwriter born in Vegas, and influenced throughout her life by the great talents of Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and more contemporary artists like Little
Big Town, Sugarland, Reba, and Martina McBride. All proceeds from her debut single, Reaching Out, will be donated to the Epilepsy Foundation (end-epilepsy.org) to raise awareness of a disease that affects over 3 million Americans of all ages. One in 26 people will be diagnosed with epilepsy at some point in their lives, but few talk about it - help End Epilepsy by purchasing or donating directly.