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Jazz & Adult Contemporary Singer/Recording Artist Serenity Stewart

Posted: September 7, 2012 at 9:18 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Jazz & Adult Contemporary Singer/Recording Artist Serenity Stewart released her premiere album, “P.S. I Love You,” through American Rewind Records on June 15, 2012 joins the eMusician Podcast. The album is a compilation of classic songs from the 1930s and ‘40s, and redefines a late era, one that included a world war, economic recovery, unity and invention.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Serenity Stewart discuss the following:

  • What molded your music career?
  • Tell us how being an artist is the same as being an entrepreneur?
  • What inspired you to start the Serenity Stewart brand?
  • Your first album is called “PS. I Love You.” Can you tell us a little bit about the album?
  • As a seasoned artist, what tips do you have for someone just getting started in the music business?

Duration: 12:06

Take the glamour of the late 1940s and 50s with a modern twist and Serenity Stewart was born. A bit bawdy, a bit sultry and a whole lot talented, Serenity Stewart is a modern jazz performer and an international star.

Serenity has been performing for years and music has been a constant staple throughout her life.

Trained classically as a Coloratura Soprano, at the age of fourteen she was asked to audition for the Detroit Metropolitan Opera. She is also a Screen Actor’s Guild award winning actress and has performed in countless productions such as Murder in the Key of C and Murder by Proxy.

This spring, Serenity released her most recent album, PS. I Love You. The album is a compilation of songs from some of the great American Singer/ Songwriters
including Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington, Redd Evans, and Walter Donaldson among others.

The album was recorded in Las Vegas and represents a bygone era which was a decade of world war, economic recovery, unity and invention. The inspiring
melodies and lyrics of the music of this era echoes romance, the trials of war and the pain of separation.

To see Serenity perform is to witness the songs of the past, reinterpreted in a modern way by a stunning gal with a naughty twinkle in her eye.

Her national tour dates will be announced in summer 2012. For more information visit

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