Let your heart be inspired...

Artist of the Heart

Stefanie Potter is a folk/soul singer-songwriter in Charleston, SC, with a background in social work and ministry. She's an "artist of the heart," writing inspirational story-filled songs from her heart to yours, about things that matter most in life. Stefanie writes to inspire your heart to be filled with hope and compassion. Her acoustic-driven performances (typically as a duo) are filled with passionately soulful vocals, energetic rhythms, fun grooves, and a touch of quirkiness.

Radio Airplay: OHM Radio 96.3 Charleston, WYLA 97.5 Charleston, Girls Rock Radio, Women of Substance: Music with a Conscience Show & Inspirational Music Show, Women of Substance award-winning Podcast (episode #367), Outbound Music: The Connection Radio station, The FIX.fm radio

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^Purchase Shifting Winds (mp3) above, or on iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play.



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Past Shows
BOOKING: stefaniepottermusic@gmail.com | 843-900-SONG | Booking Interest Form

Part of a club, church, or organization? Have us play a concert, or provide music for your next event!

Not part of a group that would do this? Invite us to play a *house concert* for you and your friends!

I also provide special music for *upscale events*, such as weddings, funerals, and banquets.

Need a *worship leader* to fill in for a Sunday at your church? I've led worship for most of my life in a wide variety of settings, and have the theological background needed to lead well. I will work with your Pastor to create an engaging time that serves your congregation and the service's unique needs. (References available.)