We have more news to share with you about Stephanie's long
awaited second album titled: "Out of Nowhere
In an article published this
week in [here] (New
Brunswick's weekly newspaper), columnist Nelson Hansen was
the first to publically break the news that Hugh
make a guest appearance on Stephanie's new disc. With his
signature electric violin sound, Hugh Marsh has been a
for Bruce Cockburn since 1979 and has recorded and toured
with Loreena McKennitt since 1990. He is also the featured
violinist on many of Hollywood's biggest movie soundtracks (The
Chronicles of Narnia, Shrek 2, Kingdom of Heaven, and
many more). Click on the above links in this message to
hear some samples of his work.
Through a very interesting
series of connections, Hugh became available to record on
one of Stephanie's songs: "Hold Me Down".
We hope to have a clip of the song to share with you soon
(when it gets closer to completion). Out
of Nowhere has
been in various stages of recording and post-production for
over a year now, and while most of the recording is
complete, there is still a lot of work left to do (e.g.,
mixing / mastering
/ manufacturing). Our latest ETA is a release date of May
1, 2009. In the meantime, we'll be sending you more advance
song samples as soon as they are ready (note: you can
listen to the sample of the first single found in this
Thanks for Waiting.
P.S. To read the full
article "Stephanie Mainville is making music moves"
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PRESS CLIPPINGS FOR STEPHANIE MAINVILLE
"On her upcoming disc Stephanie plays alongside
one of Canada's most recognized violinists, Hugh
Marsh, who has worked with the likes of Bruce
Cockburn and whose work is featured prominently in
the soundtrack to the Narnia franchise... She
deserves to be there because she works for it.
Hard." - Nelson
Hansen, [here] (Jan
"The field of songs this year was amazing...
Stephanie's song Wait was a fully realized vision,
ready for the airwaves as it sat, with a
well-crafted arrangement to compliment a work that
was already powerful musically and lyrically." -
Gary Stackhouse, 98.9
Big John FM (Jan
"I think this is more of a personal record. Itís
more about my thoughts on life and on relationships.
- Stephanie Mainville" - Nelson
Hansen, [here] (Jan