Stephanie Varone Singer, songwriter, and performer, combines her earthy old school Kansas City roots with a love of country, pop, classic rock, and soulful blues.
Since early childhood, Stephanie knew she was born to be a professional singer. She received her first paycheck at 16 years old singing a jingle for a local radio station. Her passion and diligence led her to pursue a career in the music industry. Stephanie went on to create an EP and performed two of her original songs on the Grand Ole Opry, receiving a standing ovation, and featured on NBC and TNN.
Noticed for her powerful voice and ability to inspire others with her music, Stephanie gained considerable momentum and notoriety as a singer/songwriter. Leveraging her success, she created her first self-titled album, collaborating with producers Michael Bland and Tommy Barbarella, both members of "Prince and the New Power Generation", and respectively the best in the industry. Her CD sparked much interest within the Midwest and abroad.
Stephanie shares her musical talents on the National Anthem circuit. Traveling the Midwest and across the nation, she has had the honor to perform for the NFL, NBA, US Soccer, and MLB, including 2016 World Series Champions, Chicago Cubs, during their winning season.
In addition, Stephanie continues to draw in crowds as the edgy lead singer for "Starlette's Web", which pays tribute to women in pop, rock, and country from the 80's to today. Her live performances are always full of energy and inspiration, whether she's belting it out in a roadhouse, festival, or performing the National Anthem in a jam-packed stadium of 60,000 fans. Stephanie's goal for every performance is to strike an emotional chord with her audience, exuding her soulful talent and contagious passion for all to hear, feel, and enjoy.