Oct 31 2023
Episode 9: Pierce County Does
What happens to unidentified remains when their cases go cold? Most often, they’re held in evidence or buried. That’s not the case for three unidentified people who were found in Washington’s Pierce County in the 1970s. Instead, two were sent to a local landfill and one was lost.
This week, we’re joined by one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, singer-songwriter Stephanie Quayle, who is one of the most active female artists with a consistent presence on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, and ranks in the Top 10 of Current Female Airplay over the last two years. This Rebel Engine Entertainment singer-songwriter has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, historic Ryman Auditorium, and taken the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, and more. You can find Stephanie on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and listen to her music on Spotify.
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Stream Stephanie's song Jane here: https://orcd.co/janesq
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