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The first Christian music
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On November 25th, a team of 16 creators went to Armoury Studios in Vancouver, Canada to record and film the new phase of Song-of-the-Week's coming 2020!
2019 "International Gospel Artist of the Year" Stephanie Standerwick is the first Christian singer songwriter to release a new song every week for a year. Her YouTube channel www.youtube.com/stephaniestanderwickmusic has over 890,000 views. She has performed the BC Lion's Halftime show at BC Place Stadium, for the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena and for Skills Canada at the Pacific Colosseum. She was also dubbed "The Next Joan Jett" by Natalie Cole. On YouTube she is featured in the popular "Best Christian Songs of 2018" playlist.
Stephanie tours Canada and the USA singing concerts, festivals and private events for the Prime Minister of Canada, Toyota USA, Mercedes to Concord. She performed for the Sedin brothers' induction into the BC Sports Hall of Fame and judged the Karaoke World Championships.
In the film and TV world, Stephanie's performances can be heard in the film soundtrack of the My Little Pony Movie, on TV shows like "The Murders" and My Little Pony, and in jingles such as "Citrus-O". Her original music has been featured on international radio stations.
Stephanie is part of a global gospel dance music project called Gospel of Dance, where she can be heard in Christian Summer Dance Party playlists. Her music videos have been featured at Christian Worship Conferences in The Netherlands.
Stephanie acts, models and dances - having participated in dozens of musicals, commercials, films and industry events. She loves to collaborate with other musicians and can be heard singing backups on many homegrown albums, even some written and recorded in the youth prison where she volunteered. Stephanie has a degree in Molecular Biology, and coaches voice privately in Vancouver, Canada.
She first felt the presence and leading of The Holy Spirit at 18, and soon discovered that Jesus was Messiah. She felt that God was there, but didn’t really know Him or think He responded to people. Despite belief in Jesus, Stephanie followed her heart, not God’s instructions, and was eventually very depressed and alone. In the end of 2012, she asked God to take her life. Instead, The Lord Jesus began to fill her life with unquestionable miracles. She was fed by miracles, and had people giving her words from The Lord on the street in answer to her prayers.
Several years ago, after a dream that made her urgently want to go to LA, a “happen-chance” meeting allowed her to be taken by a music mogul to a “celebrity only” restaurant in a secret location where insiders began telling her that occultism and witchcraft in the music industry was real. She was skeptical, but began what would be years of research and miracles that would change the course of her music and future.
Today, Stephanie sings songs of praise to The Lord Jesus, worship and positive messages.
Stephanie is part of a worship team at Willingdon Church, BC Canada. In her spare time Stephanie enjoys dancing, nature, acting, photography, family, humor, and science.
Stephanie is interested in how sound frequencies and positive lyrics affect the brain and human body.