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More about Stephanie Boyd:
Growing up in New York, Stephanie was drawn to the power of music from a young age. While she was originally trained in classical singing, Stephanie always gravitated towards more upbeat and modern music. With her debut album, Touching Sky, Stephanie combines her love of traditional messages with fresh music. Since moving to Utah, Stephanie has worked closely with well-known artists including Jenny Phillips, Tyler Castleton, and Michael McLean. She was also featured soloist with Sally DeFord. She has a master’s degree in environmental science she and her husband have enjoyed building and selling businesses together. Stephanie is married with six children and likes to read, garden, run and bake fun birthday cakes.
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I sat one night thinking about the Shepherds who heard the angels proclaiming the birth of Jesus, and thought, it must have been surreal and overwhelming and maybe scary!  I took 3 favorite Christmas hymns and put them together in a new way, that shows the thoughtfulness and uncertainty the shepherds may have felt, but ultimately the grand celebration of the Savior's birth.  I performed this live for a Stake nativity event and many people said it was moving and powerful.  I hope you can feel the wonder of the Savior's birth through this medley of Christmas songs.

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