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Stephanie Thomson Iverson

Stephanie is the lead singer with International Tribute Band, 'Bjorn Again'.

Stephanie is the ONLY female show tour producer in Canada to have won over 11 military bid with CFPSA where she bid, produced and performed to Canadian Peacekeepers overseas in war torn countries such as Bosnia, Israel, Egypt, and the North Pole (Alert Nunavit).

Stephanie has 4 full length albums.  Her first album is entitled, 'Passion is a Fire'-and was a gospel/country album.  Her second album, but first Nationally released album, is entitled, 'Almost Blue', which garnished hits on CMT Canada and was #1 in Vancouver on the country station and charted in the billboard top 40.

Stephanie's third album entitled, 'Modern Day Attraction' moved into the country pop arena, and the title track placed 8th in CMT USA and Nashville Songwriter's Association out of over 10 thousand submissions. She won an honourable mention.  This album was mostly co-written with award winning producer and ORPHAN member Chris Burke-Gaffney, including co-writers such as Rob james, Luke McMaster, Stan Meissner and  many other award winners.

Her fourth album is entitled, 'Fly Away'.  It was co-produced with Grammy Award Winning Songwriter, Tommy Sims (whom co-wrote Change The World for artist Eric Clapton).  The title track has garnished almnost 50 thousand hits on Youtube, and is a motivational style album with an Ebook-written about her and her husband's true life story finding hope, love & forgiveness in second chances after meeting; both divorced with 3 kids each-then adding to the family by having a son of their own, Robbie (age 9).  They are now also proud grandparents to 2 beautiful baby girls.

Stephanie started singing in Bjorn Again when she married her husband, Robert Iverson, in 2004, and she is a local talent from Regina, Sk. She spends her time songwriting and producing the odd show.  She was the former manager & actress/singer/show writer and producer to Applause Dinner Theatre from 2010-2015.  Applause had to shut down its doors due to flooding during the changeover from The Regina inn to The Hilton (and major leasing issues that Hilton were not willing to abide by).  Rather than re-open in another location, she took a well needed break for her family and self from 2015-2017.  She is now slowly starting to produce new shows and focus on songwriting and touring again.

Stephanie missed her touring career, and decided to go back to it.  She is now hoping to open an Applause style Christmas show by 2018 or 2019, and is writing a spin off of Schitt's Creek. 

She spends most of her time while NOT touring as a part time employee at Turvey Event center, and songwrites from home, takes piano lessons and raises her 3 boys.

Stephanie is an advocate who stands against domestic violence (against both men & women) and stands UP for mental health issues and hopes to help educate others on these issues through motivational speaking & song.  

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