Trying to pin down Stephanie Schneiderman to any one genre, talent or discipline is next to impossible. One thing is clear however- whether pursuing her prolific work as a solo artist, playing drums for all star roots pop act Dirty Martini, stepping on the stage in the musical The Full Monty, producing a wildly successful humanitarian concert series for refugees in Uganda (raising over $70k) as well as producing the soundtrack for 3 popular children's DVD's -selling more than 75,000 combined units, Schneiderman is hands down one of the most diversely talented artists the Northwest has to offer.
Since her solo career began with a coveted spot in the Lilith Fair, Stephanie has earned extensive NW radio play, seen her music placed in numerous films and TV shows, earned a devout following and has toured around the world. She’s had multiple appearances with some of the nations top touring acts- including Aimee Mann, Hall & Oates, Heart, Train, Pat Benatar, Chicago, Madeleine Peyroux, Andy Summers, Marc Cohn and many more.
With eight solo recordings under her belt - plus four releases with her collaborative bands Dirty Martini and Swan Sovereign, Schneiderman is a prolific recording artist who enjoys exploring the threads that connect the genres of Americana folk, pop, soul and trip-hop.
Her most recent album, Live at the Old Church (a departure from her ambient/trip-hop release, Rubber Teardrop, on Dan Reed's London-based label) strips away the layers and features Stephanie on piano and guitar with a string section and choir backing her, and gives fans the core essence of her songwriting, delivering a spellbinding live performance that old and new fans will revere.