Stacie is well known in Richmond and surrounding areas for her outstanding vocal talent. She has performed regularly in concerts, workshops and studios, as well as operatic and gospel genres. She was bitten by the music bug at age 4 starting with playing the piano which then led to singing.
She has also worked with an array of local recording artists including American songwriter and producer Matthew E. White, singing background vocals for his album “Outer Face” and Christian recording artist Katelyn McCarter, singing background vocals. As some of Stacie’s past works, she was featured as one of two leading soloist alongside a full orchestra, rock band and choir singing “Some Threads for Eleanor and Jude,” a Beatle’s arrangement by world renowned Jazz professor Doug Richards. She has performed with many choirs, including VCU’s Commonwealth Singers and has even did some theatrical work as a cast member to the hit Broadway musical “Ragtime” when performed at The Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center. She’s been featured in the children’s choir for “The Nutcracker,” performed by the Richmond Ballet and Orchestra for 4 years. In 2004, Stacie received Best Female Vocalist in Maryland. Her vocal stylings have also been heard at local weddings, funerals, and Masonic banquets. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, she received her Bachelors of Music degree and started teaching privately for voice and piano. She’s worked for Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church as a music leader for worship for 2 years as well as St. Peter’s Baptist Church in Glen Allen, Virginia directing their youth choir. Stacie currently works for Henrico Police Department as a communications officer, but is still dedicated to her music. She is currently singing with Jake Holmes’ group In Due Season and used often as a background vocalist for different artists in the area.
Stacie has a huge passion for music and is known for her sharp ear when it comes to harmonies. She is a fan of all genres of music, but Christian and Gospel are her heart. The works of Cece Winans, Etta James, and Mahalia Jackson has influenced her style of singing. With God being first in her life, she has been truly blessed with her talent and ability to help others learn and grow musically. Stacie is also a member of Brown Grove Baptist Church in Ashland, Va. She continues to strive for perfection in her musical endeavors and is eager to see what God has in store for her.