Stephanie Jeannot is a singer and songwriter who grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She had an awesome upbringing and was provided for by excellent parents who did their best to build her up with their Christian values.
It is said that every child is born with a unique gift and her’s is singing. She started singing at the age of six years old when she heard the song “It’s Gonna Take A Miracle” by Deniece Williams and has grown to love the art ever since.
Since then, she sung in St. Rose of Lima Catholic Elementary School church choir, St. Edmund’s Catholic High School choir, the New Age choir at Temple University, and then went on to become the worship leader at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Elementary School church in which she attended during her elementary school days. Upon leaving her role as worship leader, she became the youth choir director at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church and also worked as the choir director for the mass choir.
While she grew up and found training in both classical and Gospel music, she also had opportunities working in the studio, on stage with some fabulous bands and doing stage work in a few off-Broadway plays including “Rock-A-My Soul where she portrayed a role as a Southern Bell.
http://www.gigmasters.com/Variety-Singer/Stephanie-Jeannot/ where you can check out her repertoire, listen to a few clips of her singing live at past events, and book her for your special event.
Stephanie Jeannot is also a producer of music in which she writes and produces many of her original songs. Recently, three of her original songs have been distributed to the public and are available at ITunes. Go to ITUNES and do a search on Stephanie Jeannot to download her tracks for $0.99 or you can visit her tunecore tuneplayer http://widget.tunecore.com/swf/tc_run_h_v2.swf?widget_id=63255
where you can listen to a snippet and download today.
If you are interested in finding out more about Stephanie or keeping up to date with upcoming events, please join her twitter page at http://www.twitter.com/musiqal1 to stay informed. Also, she has a youtube channel where you can see videos from her past performances. You can check them out at http://www.youtube.com/user/sj1and0?feature=mhum