Stefani Reeder is an indie-folk singer songwriter and contemporary artist originally from the homey outskirts of Cleveland, Ohio who has since left and based herself in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the course of nearly 4 years, she’s traveled the country, spending most of her time on the road alone which inspired her writing immensely. Her writing is based around feelings of wanderlust, loneliness, adventure, loss, and most recently, the beauty and freedom of the ever wild American West.
After releasing her album ‘Mojave’, Reeder turned to the classic writings of Hemingway, Kerouac and Thoreau, making her daily writing become that of short stories, poems and philosophical ramblings, which translated into her songwriting as somewhat of a lyrical reinvention. She revised her sound entirely and officially went solo later in 2015.
Her recently recorded EP, “Live in The Spare Room” is set to release 2016.