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renee stahl

About renee stahl

los angeles, CA

Her first album was entitled, "melancholy pop." A wide variety of influential producers contributed to the album, including Andrew Williams (Old 97's, Peter Stuart, Victoria Williams, Scott Thomas Band), Chad Fischer (Alexi Murdoch, Colin Hay, Lazlo Bane) and Dave Dale. Most of the songs on this CD were co-written with Kevin Hunter (Wire Train, Tuesday Night Music Club). Tracks from this album were used on a number of different TV shows, including "Roswell", "Wonderfalls", "Party of Five".

Renee felt that the music on her follow up album, "sounded a bit more optimistic," which led her to title the album, "hopeful.romantic". She describes the general sound of this album as, “on the electronic side” which she calls “folktronica”

Barnes & Noble Booksellers distributed “hopeful.romantic” nationally. Her song “Something Real” was used in the trailer for the movie “The Dead Girl” and on the CW show "Supernatural"

She also released “it’s a big world” on One Melody Records in 2007 and "c'mon" in 2009, which are a collection of original songs for children of all ages that she wrote and performed with Jeremy Toback.

Her new song "it's all right here" is on the commercial for mother's day


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