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Stephanie West

DJ & Founder of SLO GRRRL

DJ Steph is a mobile DJ,  and founder of SLO GRRRL, a local music collective based out of San Luis Obispo, CA. A long time music lover, and record collector, she specializes in 70's and 80's music but is well versed in many genres. From oldies to R&B, rock, alternative and punk, she can be found spinning music at local clubs, wineries and breweries. Some of her recent clients include Firestone-Walker Brewery, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, RISE, GALA, Broad Street Public House and Studios on the Park






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Cameron Jung


"FlutterByCam", aka Cameron Jung, is a SLO County local and manages promotions for SLO GRRRL. In a former life she was a photographer for Homotiller Media Industries in San Francisco, CA from 1994 - 1999. She is also a former KCPR SLO DJ from 1996-1998 ands the host of the Massive Cure Power Lunch at 97.3/107.9 The Rock from 2014 - 2018.

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With 18 years of musical experience – from Saxophone to guitar, theatrical singing, and finally, electric bass – Rhiannon Marie has learned a thing or two about music. Mainly the never-ending drive and desire to play it (aka: “Musician’s Curse”). Along the way, she also discovered a penchant for storytelling, writing, performing, and entertaining. Rhiannon Marie previously formed an all-girl punk band in LA, for which she also played Bass and sang lead. For this Jazz baby-gone-punk, music is the question, the answer, and everything in between.

Rhiannon's current band, Platinum Disturbia is a Punk/Alternative Rock band hailing from the Central Coast in California, formed by Bassist/Vocalist - Rhiannon Marie, guitarist John Mackey and drummer Natalie Rene.



Miss Leo


Miss Leo is a folk singer-songwriter whose style is melodic, deeply soulful, and distinct with dynamic vocal lines that showcase the vast range of her voice. In her songs you can hear influences from artists like Joni Mitchell and Neil Young meddled with bluegrass, folk, and traditional sounds. Purposefully minimalist, Miss Leo writes catchy folk songs with lyrics that draw straight from the heart.


Kate Steinway


A direct descendant of Henry E. Steinway, the founder of Steinway & Sons, Kate Steinway’s earliest musical memories are of her grandfather playing his original compositions on their family's 1946 Steinway piano. Formerly the youngest member of the Los Angeles Children’s Choir and a student of famed opera singer, Suzanna Guzmán, Steinway has been studying voice since she could speak.

In 2015, Steinway, a lifetime learner and lover of music, became involved with The Songwriting School of Los Angeles. It is there that she met her future singing and touring partners, Chloë Agnew (of Celtic Woman fame), Mary Bee and Danielle Carter. In May 2015, Steinway packed up her ukulele and embarked on an eight month backpacking tour of South America and Southeast Asia where she experienced world music firsthand.

In the Summer of 2016, along with Bee and Carter, Steinway co-headlined the “Blueprints” Tour: a seventeen show tour of New England. Steinway and Bee closed the tour with a sold out concert featuring Chloë Agnew.

In 2017, Steinway, along with Bee, kicked off the year with two performances at the famed Sundance Film Festival. She then embarked on a 50+ show tour of California’s wine country. In August she released her first single, “Hurricane,” and will release her debut EP in October. Steinway will spend September touring Hawaii with Bee & Carter and she is cooking up something truly special for the holiday season.

In 2018, Steinway will return to the Sundance Film Festival and expand her True North Tour.


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GRRLS is the songwriting project of students Emma Jacobson (vox) and Izzie Clark (guitar, vox). Born in Ventura, CA, in late 2016, GRRLS seeks to infuse power-punk instrumentals with lyrics that comment on society and embrace feminism. Joined by Zach Castro (drums), Max Castro (bass), and more recently Erin Mihalka (guitar), GRRLS has gained a following in their hometown through playing DIY shows and unconventional venues. You can find out more about upcoming shows by following their instagram, @grrlstheband. 

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