About Stephanie Sammons

Stephanie Sammons is a Texas Americana singer-songwriter who splits her time between Dallas and Nashville. Her first full-length album, produced by Mary Bragg at Sound Emporium Studio B in Nashville, is set for release in May of 2024. 

Sammons released her debut self-titled EP in 2010, recorded with producer and drummer Jeff Howe (former Max Stalling drummer) and engineer Paul Williams (co-founder of State Fair Records of Texas). Sammons’ 2017 sophomore EP, Who I Am, was co-produced with Jon Niess and recorded at Austin Signal Studios with sound engineer Charlie Kramsky (Willie Nelson, Bobby McFarrin),

Over the last seven years, Sammons has frequented Nashville to study under Grammy-nominated singer-songwriters Mary Gauthier, Emily Saliers (grammy winner), Beth Nielsen Chapman, Gretchen Peters, Jonatha Brooke (critically acclaimed), Verlon Thompson, and Suzy Bogguss. She has also shared the stage with Mary Gauthier, Jonatha Brooke, and Mary Bragg. Sammons has performed at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Capricorn Studios in Macon, GA, and Sons of Hermann Hall in Dallas, Texas. In February 2024 she will be performing in the Corpus Christi Songwriters Festival.