Stephanie Quayle is hitting the road for a mini-tour this weekend and Celeb Secrets Country has the scoop on what you can expect.
Teaming up with Wrangler for the Wrangler Presents: National Day of the American Cowboy Tour, the country songstress will make her way to the Lone Star State this Saturday (July 27) for the National Day of the American Cowboy Parade in Fort Worth. Quayle will be featured in the Parade along E. Exchange Avenue to kick off the festivities and perform on the main stage in front of the Livestock Exchange building later in the afternoon.
Following the Parade, Quayle’s Texan fans can catch her in Austin and Houston, wrapping things on July 30 at Lucchese.
“I’m honored to join forces with my friends at Wrangler to shine a spotlight on the tradition of the American Cowboy on this pop up tour, and to represent that western lifestyle I grew up with.” Quayle continues, “I come from a long-line of cowboys and cowgirls who continue to live by example — with that cowboy state of mind. I’m proud of where I come from and take pride in carrying on that western heart in today’s country music.”
Aside from fan favorites, Stephanie will be bringing her new single “If I Was a Cowboy” to the stage, which she said she knew she wanted to record the moment she heard the title.
“I am a Western kid from Montana and grew up with cowboys. I always wanted to be a cowboy,” Quayle told our reporters backstage at the 2019 CMA Music Festival earlier last month. “I think that song has such a beautiful deposition of that strength of a cowboy and that cowboy state of mind –being able to move on, get through things a little bit faster, and the vulnerability being completely heartbroken.”
You can hear more about Stephanie’s new single “If I Was A Cowboy” and plans for new music by watching our full interview from 2019 CMA Music Festival below.