Stephanie Beaumont

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Stephanie Beaumont
Born (1974-03-26) March 26, 1974 (age 40)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s) singer, CEO
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1995-present

Stephanie Beaumont (born March 26, 1974 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) is a Canadian female country music artist. Beaumont first came to success with her 1996 debut album, Love & Dreams. Her second album, co-produced by singer-songwriter Jeffrey Steele, Way Over My Heart, was released in 1998. Both albums gave Beaumont numerous Canadian Country Music Association nominations including Rising Star and Female Vocalist. She also won Outstanding New Female Artist from the RPM Big Country Awards in 1999. In recent years, Beaumont has co-hosted Ottawa, Ontario's A Morning news program.[1] Beaumont is currently the CEO and President of Sea And Be Scene.com [2]—an entertainment based, magazine style website designed to celebrate Canada's four Atlantic Provinces: Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album
1996 Love & Dreams
1998 Way Over My Heart

Singles[edit]

Year Song CAN Country Album
1995 "Love & Dreams" 40 Love & Dreams
1996 "Lover's Lullaby" (with James Owen Bush) 32
"Tearing at the Heart of Me" 61
1997 "Just Like the Moon" 35
"Stop! You're Breaking My Heart"
1998 "Whoever Said That" 37 Way Over My Heart
"Already in Way Over My Heart" 30
1999 "It's Not a Matter of Love" 34
"Let's Do Something About It" 45
"You and Me and Love" 63
2000 "Who Says?"

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