At a time when the world is clamoring for things to take our minds off the coronavirus spreading across the globe, country artist Stephanie Quayle is answering our calls.
In an effort to offer encouragement and entertain fans, Stephanie has launched a daily morning talk show video series, Hay Y’all. The Facebook Live series was brought about to bring a smile to your face and relief to your mind.
“This wild idea to share a little part of my life on the farm and in the barn was born out of wanting to stay connected to my fans after so many shows were canceled or postponed this Spring,” Stephanie told One Country. “I wanted to bring everyone something that could touch their hearts and bring a little laughter and sunshine to their days during these difficult times. And when your desk is made of hay and you’re surrounded by miniature creatures, anything is possible and laugher is guaranteed.”
The series is shot on location at Stephanie‘s North Carolina farm, Summerfield Farms. While the series focuses on messages of positivity and music, you will also get a look at some friendly miniature animals that reside at Stephanie’s farm, including donkeys, a calf, horses, goats, cats, and more. And in case you were wondering, each adorable little animal is named after a famous country artist.
Stephanie recently released he latest EP, If I Was a Cowboy, the follow up to her 2017 album, Love the Way You See Me? Her current EP features the single, “Whatcha Drinkin’ ‘Bout,” about getting to the bottom of the reason people are drinking. “Because everybody is drinking about something,” she notes.
Hay Y’All will air live on Stephanie’s Facebook page, Monday thru Friday at 11:00am ET/10:00am CT.