Stephanie Phillips has been singing, playing guitar, and writing music from an early age. She has performed all over the United States, including many clubs in New York City such as the SpeakEasy and the Village Gate. Opening for Emmy Lou Harris in Lenox, MA in the early 1990's was a highlight of Stephanie's career. She describes her music as 'progressive folk', taking her inspiration from giants such as Billy Joel, James Taylor, and Dan Fogelberg. Stephanie's latest CD, entitled 'Home' was released on Wire Road Records. She lives in West Chester, PA with her husband David and their two young daughters, Arielle and Mackenzie. *********** Here is a personal message from Stephanie: As a songwriter, I wish to convey an appreciation of life, with music offering a reflection of the past in the present moment. I frequently refer to time in my songs as a reminder that who we are and who we wish to become is in that constant awareness of what we are given. I am filled with memories of those who have contributed to the person I am now. They provide a constant inspiration for my lyrics, which reach out to the listener with a new, yet familiar, touch. Mine is a unique point of view, filled with both solace and celebration. I am also a student and teacher of yoga, which reminds me of both my mortality and my belief in all that can be good in humanity. In yoga as in music, I seek both the human and the divine. My goal is to reflect this combination in the songs that I write. In all, there is nothing as powerful as love, and I am grateful that I may offer you my CD, 'Home', as a gift of love.