Stephanie Brill is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Cedarburg, Wisconsin. She has been playing piano for upwards of fifteen years, has been writing for eight, and has been singing all her life. At age thirteen Stephanie recorded her first album, Heartbroken Joker, consisting of ten original songs. At age fifteen she recorded a five-song EP titled Save the Day. Throughout her music career she has played shows all around Wisconsin, including Appleton’s Mile of Music, Steelbridge Songfest, Madison’s Union Terrace, Turner Hall Ballroom, and Summerfest’s KNE and U.S. Cellular Stages. Stephanie was nominated twice for The Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Rising Star award and received both The Madison Area Music Association (MAMA) First Chair award as well as the award for Youth Female Vocalist of the Year 2015. Her original music has also placed her in the Wisconsin Singer Songwriter’s Series (WSSS) Contest’s top five two years in a row. Stephanie pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Songwriting at McNally Smith College of Music, and is now moving on to finish her degree through Berklee College of Music’s online program.