This Saturday, October 21, Rebel Engine recording artist Stephanie Quayle will perform for five former U.S. presidents as part of the hurricane relief concert “Deep From The Heart: The One America Appeal” at Texas A&M’s Reed Arena. As announced last week by The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation, the already sold-out benefit concert will bring Presidents Obama, George W. Bush, Clinton, George H. W. Bush and Carter together to raise funds for citizens who have been devastated by recent Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida and the Caribbean.
Quayle joins a star-studded lineup for the event that includes ALABAMA, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Lee Greenwood, Sam Moore, Cassadee Pope, The Gatlin Brothers and Yolanda Adams. All ticket sales and proceeds from the concert will go to the special hurricane recovery effort launched last month by the five living former U.S. presidents. More information on the event can be found here.
Fittingly, Quayle’s performance this weekend for the five former U.S. presidents at Texas A&M is the perfect culmination to her 2017 “Winnebago” tour. Quayle spent the summer living out the lyrics to her song performing and making pop up appearances across the nation—from “the top of the Empire State” and coast to coast at Mt. Rushmore, Hoover Dam, Niagara Falls and the Golden Gate.
Love The Way You See Me has garnered praise from People, CMT.com, Billboard, Sounds Like Nashville, NASH Country Daily, and Inspirer Magazine, who called the album “country music at its finest.”. This year, Quayle was also lauded a “New Country Artist You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone Country and CMT Music premiered her latest music video for “Winnebago.” Quayle’s new single “Selfish,” is now at Country radio.
Get Love The Way You See Me here.