Stefanick (pronounced Ste-phonic) – why search for a band name when you have a last name that makes you think “music?”  Phonic means, “of or relating to the production of sound…” which is exactly what this Nashville-based husband/wife duo has done with their debut release “Body, Soul & Truth.”  Drawing from the diversity of “Music City, USA,”  Stefanick uses a myriad of Matt’s rhythmic guitar sounds combined with Aimee’s rich alto vocals to produce a sound that is both unique and poignant.

Each song on “Body, Soul & Truth” was allowed to find its own musical expression.  Working with engineer Steve Winiarski (Mat Kearny, Ginny Owens, Paul Coleman) Aimee and Matt transformed what started as an acoustic demo into a fully produced CD that has something for everyone.  From the mainstream sound of “Let Go,” to the epic tones of “Fingertips” and the introspective vibes of “Space” this album covers it all (and lest you think that Stefanick forgot you rock fans – there’s “Dead Man” and “Jesus Song”).  The common thread in every song on “Body, Soul & Truth” is Stefanick’s desire to communicate truth and life to a world that is very much in need.

In recent years, God has brought clarity to Stefanick’s call to music.  Aimee says, “We laid music down when we started our family, but God had other plans.  We were asked to lead a worship team at our church and that was just the beginning…”  They have had the pleasure of working and serving with Michael W. Smith as worship leaders at New River Fellowship in Franklin, TN and have been blessed to record and perform with many other amazing artists as well.  With the release of “Body Soul & Truth” in the fall of 2009, Stefanick has been performing and leading worship at events across the Southeastern US.

Aimee and Matt currently reside in Spring Hill, TN where they love to hike, rock climb and ride bikes with their three children.

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