honors in the 1996 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest.
Torch Song Trilogy 2003
Sessions from the Mission 1995
A Milestone a Minute 1998
in the Kerrville Folk Festival (Selected by Peter Yarrow
of Peter Paul and Mary fame)
honors in the Fort Bend, Texas Songwriters Awards.
Mention in the Detroit Songwriting Contest.
Rotation on blues radio stations including Satellite
Radio for Long
Cold Lonely Night and What
You’re Looking For
place in Blues Category for Face
the Blues from
Ruby Blues – Unisong
International Song Contest
· 3rd place
in the Great Lakes Song Contest for Face
the Blues from Ruby
for Best Blues Songwriter for the Detroit Music Awards
for Best Blues Songwriter. Outstanding Folk/Acoustic
Album; Outstanding Folk/Acoustic Vocalist and
Outstanding Folk/Blues Songwriter for the Detroit Music
five nominations at the 2005 Detroit Music Awards in the
following categories: Outstanding
Blues Songwriter, Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Songwriter,
Outstanding Acoustic Artist, Outstanding Acoustic/Folk
Vocalist and Outstanding Instrumentalist (Guitar). She
was the recipient of two awards – Outstanding Acoustic
Folk Songwriter and Outstanding Acoustic Folk Vocalist
with Detroit Women of the 2004, 2005 & 2006 Detroit
Music Awards for Best Rhythm and Blues Band, Best Rhythm
and Blues Recording and Outstanding Live Performance. Nominated
for a collective 28 Detroit Music Awards! Recipients
Tour filmed for documentary with Emmy-Award-winning
on America’s Thanksgiving Parade viewed by 100 million
at the Superbowl for the NFL owners and players!
national Anthem on Fan Appreciation Day for the Detroit
only one year, Stacia, along with Detroit Women were
included as one of the influential musical groups in the
Metro times 100 year musical genealogy chart.
in national publications such as Living Blues Magazine,
Blues Revue Magazine, Blues Wax and Blues Beat
Foundation Promoter of the Year, Ted Boomer, signs
Detroit Women to his roster.
on one-hour television show with Olympic Figure skating
and Christmas tree lighting in Detroit.
part in national women’s charity event and included in
upcoming women’s feature film
with film company, Streetlamp Studios.
in play, We Are Not Good Girls, penned by Kate Hart,
which ran in major Detroit Theatre.
on Nationally Syndicated Radio shows and receiving
airplay all over the world.
deal with “Dancing Dingo” all natural beauty products,
where each girl has a personalized name/flavor lip balm
– i.e. Strawberry Stacia.
“Detroit Women” clothing line along with national
merchandising campaign mentored by NGI who also handles
Dolly Parton, Wynonna, Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks.
with Detroit Women, the only Silk City Recording Artist
to move on to their third pressing.
to the Detroit Public Library’s catalogue of music.