Upcoming Show


You are invited to a rare concert In the architecturally stunning home of Beth and Kevin Cavenaugh in what used to be Jacob's Auto Body Shop -beautifully reinvented. Stephanie is recording a new album, CROSSFIRE, and all the proceeds raised from this event will go the making of her new CD! She will be joined by the talented Tony Furtado on his many stringed instruments and the lovely backing vocals of Bre Paletta. Very special guests DEAN! will open the evening with their gorgeous vintage brand of original soul/pop.

Saturday, November 16th

House Concert at Beth and Kevin Cavenaugh's
717 Southeast 35th Ave. Portland, OR 97214
7:30pm doors, 8pm show
Purchase tickets here: $25 includes snacks, beer & wine, $40 VIP includes a copy of the new CD / digital download when it's finished!

Snacks, beer and wine provided and included in ticket price.
*Wine generously donated by Stoller Winery

Friday, October 18th

Cora Hartshorn Arboretum - New Jersey
Stephanie opens the show for Tony Furtado
7:30pm doors, 8pm show

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Fundraising Concert for new CD CROSSFIRE

THANK-YOU to everyone who came out to the fundraiser on June 8th! I loved sharing the new songs with you. CROSSFIRE is still available for pre-purchase (HERE) and I'm currently still booking house concerts. All the money raised will go towards recording costs for the new album.

Stephanie's music is featured in a new documentary...


Here's the trailer (feat. Stephanie's band, Swan Sovereign's song Valentine)

Swan Sovereign

Swan Sovereign has a new single called Valentine! Link is here.

Stephanie is now playing drums in Swan Sovereign -her new band with Dirty Martini bandmates Lara Michell and McKinley.

Swan Sovereign Band photo

Swan Sovereign is a Portland, Oregon trio with punchy, defiant pop songs and harmonies so buttery that you’ll forget to be offended by the bossy lyrics. Stephanie Schneiderman (drums) Lara Michell (guitar) and Christine McKinley (bass) are a tight, spare unit with compact songs that burst from dead quiet into tantrums and back down.

Before taking over the rhythm section and forming the power trio that became Swan Sovereign, the three were in Dirty Martini. The music of Dirty Martini was gloomy, introspective and rain-soaked, like April in Portland. Swan Sovereign is more like a dance party on a sunny day in Antarctica – bright and blinding, with snowballs flying and a bit of blood on the ice from playing too rough.

Swan Sovereign's songs about interrogation, family secrets, and organized rebellion cut clean and deep. Then they rub salt in with mean 60s girl group harmonies. It leaves a pretty pink scar.

Portland Radio Project

Here's a podcast to a recent interview/performance on PRP! Listen to Stephanie share her thoughts on influences, songwriting, writing musicals and performing. Joining her for the live performance is Tony Furtado on baritone Uke.

Music Video for 'Wide Open'

Filmed in April 2012, this video features dancers from NW Dance Project, choreographed by Lindsey Matheis and directed by Lucy Martin.

New Acoustic CD "Live At The Old Church"

cd available at CD Baby

Live at the Old Church CD cover

Recorded last year at The Old Church, in Portland, backed by 45th Parallel String Quartet, Roxy Consort Choir and many guest musicians including Tony Furtado on the baritone ukelele, Hanz Araki on the low whistle and more…. the CD features acoustic versions of songs from Stephanie's most recent albums Rubber Teardrop, Dangerous Fruit and (Dirty Martini's) Tea and Revenge.