In A New Video Series Spotlighting A Cross-Generational Story with One of America’s Most Iconic Brands
(February 19, 2020 – Nashville, TN) Country music star, Stephanie Quayle, has teamed up with iconic American company, Harley-Davidson®, for a three-part digital video series titled From Horses to Horsepower, debuting on May 3rd 2020,just in time for Mother’s Day.
Produced by Rebel Engine Entertainment,
the series will follow Stephanie’s journey of learning to ride from a
lifelong mentor, her mom. It was through her mother’s mentorship that
Stephanie first fell in love with riding horses while growing up in
Montana, and now her mother, a veteran Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® rider,
will teach her how to master a motorcycle. With their shared love of
freedom and the open road, riding strengthens their relationship outside
of the traditional mother-daughter archetypes as Stephanie embraces and
emulates her mother’s fearlessness and confidence in this new and
all started with a song. I wrote ‘Evel Knievel’ as an anthem of
fearlessness to follow your dreams and take that leap of faith. I
thought of my mom with all of the riding imagery, and couldn’t help but
think of my own desire of wanting to get on a motorcycle. I felt this
calling to conquer it and experience the joy and freedom that I know my
mom feels every time she gets on her bike,” says Quayle.
She continues, “To
learn from my mom, my greatest mentor, and share this new bond with
her, means the world to me. There’s nothing like it. I’m so grateful to
Harley-Davidson for capturing our journey, and hope the series inspires
other women to try something new.”
at a Harley-Davidson dealership in High Point, NC, and on Stephanie’s
beautiful Summerfield Farms, located just outside of Greensboro, the
series will show the shared cross-generational love and education for
riding between this mother-daughter duo. Their authentic bond that
developed from this hobby turned lifestyle gave these two women a deeper
connection and provided a unique experience for them to share. Follow
along as the project chronicles Stephanie’s own personal experience
learning to ride and also spotlighting the stories of other female
riders along the way.
On February 17th, 2020, Stephanie’s single “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout” debuted at #59 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.