Stelle Amor has a mission to “serenade the world,” moving individuals through her music and spreading the message of affection and solidarity.
First experience with music originated from her parents playing classic rocks, blues, and country collections in their home. She started composing around a similar time different children were figuring out how to ride a bicycle. Notwithstanding playing out her tunes at little scenes in Louisville, Stelle would sneak into Stevie Ray’s Blues Bar (she was just 18) and sit in with the band, ad libbing verses and singing the blues.”Singing with those blues bands is when I realized my true calling as an artist and performer,” she says. These experiences drove her to an association with Music Row veteran John Dorris, who asked her to move to Nashville to seek after music.
In 2015, Stelle met her maker, Dave Yarema, and her guitar player, Derek Toa, and truly began discovering her “soulternative” sound. Derek rang his old flat mates from Berklee, drummer John Wood and bassist Will Cafaro, and the enchantment happened momentarily. “I have been lucky to work with a lot of talented musicians – but there is just something undeniable about our vibe together that really brought the music to the next level,” says Stelle.
Stelle and her band spent the following a while composing, practicing and playing each show they could. Stelle has charmed groups of onlookers at incalculable Nashville scenes, was a semi-finalist at Music City Big Break (2016), performed at B.B. Ruler’s Tribute Festival at Diamond Pub Concert Hall, and was highlighted on the TV indicate “Nashville Entertainment Weekly” and the “Women of Substance” podcast.
Stelle Amor’s introduction EP is set to discharge in May 2017 and highlights such Nashville legends, for example, The McCrary Sisters, Maureen Murphy, Roy Agee, and Vinnie Ciesielski. The primary single, “Get Right,” and music video were appeared in November 2016. The music video for her second single, “Spike’s Groove,” will be discharged in March 2017.