STEFANI LITTLE LYNES
Stefani has been perfecting her incredible range and versatility since she was just two years old. Her commanding performances nation-wide have gained her the title of “The Voice.” She has performed the National Anthem for the Soccer World Cup, Texas Rangers’ Baseball Game, the Houston Dynamos Soccer Team, which have been aired on ESPN, and Texas Rangers MVP Award Show.
Numerous of her original songs have been on rotation on numerous radio circuits world-wide as well as many television programs. Stefani’s talent has allowed her to entertain many audiences on many impressive stages such as Bass Hall in Fort Worth, Carnegie Hall in New York, American Airlines Center, Morton Meyerson in Dallas, Texas Motor Speedway, The Majestic Theater, Gilleys, and Billy Bobs to name a few.
Stefani’s heart will always remain sensitive to charity events and she has performed and/or produced many shows benefiting many worthy benefits including: Billy Graham’s Prison Ministry, The Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies, American Cancer Society, Texas 2000 Girl Scout Benefit, The Ronald McDonald House Benefit, UPS / United Way Benefit Drive, Big Heart Ministries’ Feed The Homeless Thanksgiving and Christmas Benefits, Celebrate Freedom DFW, Celebrate Freedom Atlanta, Creation Fest in Washington, Operation Care DFW, JDRF Walk For Cure, Easter Seals Walk For Cure, Love For Kids, Inc. and many more.
Stefani has also received 7 Grammy considerations on her Jazz project “A Swingin’ Note To Ella.” She has performed at numerous major events including: Council For National Policy’s 20th Anniversary in Washington, Headliner for Actor Barry Corbin’s 60th birthday Bash, Belinda Rimes’ (LeAnn Rimes’ mother) wedding, The Stanley Cup Champions Dallas Stars “Tux & Pux” New Years Eve Bash, etc, The Texas Rangers MVP Awards Show with Nolan Ryan (2011), SMU Relay For Life, and Dallas Cowboys Event @ Three Forks; an d has opened with many major artists including: LeAnn Rimes, Steve Holy, Gatlin Brothers, George Jones, Mickey Gilley, Chuck Norris, Nolan Ryan, Ely Young Band, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Kacey Musgraves, Terry Bradshaw, Rachel Bradshaw, Kayce Musgraves, Casey Rivers, Johnny Lee, Jack Green, and more.
Stefani currently spends the majority of her time producing major events and shows around the DFW area including: Fort Worth Parade Of Lights (with an audience of 200,000), Six Flag’s Holiday in the Park, Gaylord Ice Shows (over four hundred shows each season in 2005 and 2006), Grapefest, Grapevine’s Main Street Days, Southlake Arts in the Square, Dallas City Arts Festival, American Heart Association, SMU, City Arts Festival @ FairPark in Dallas, Fort Worth Women’s Club, Mayfest, Dallas Arboretum, Aflac, United Health Care, United Way, UPS, Verizon Wireless, Viva Hispanic, Europa 15th Annual Fitness Expo, Texas Music Project, International Fitness Show (over thirty two countries represented), The Women’s Professional Football League three time Super Bowl champions Dallas Diamonds halftime shows, and many others.
Stefani also travels back and forth from Nashville producing recording projects for artists and writing music with some of the top writers including: George Teren, who has written eight number one hits for artists like Tim McGraw, Gretchen Wilson, Britney Spears, etc. With seven Grammy Considerations, numerous major television appearances (ESPN, FOX, NBC, etc..) and worldwide performances, it is no wonder that her companies, Vocal Secrets, and Little Entertainment, have seen many successes!
In 1996, Stefani started coaching a three-year-old prodigy, with Stefani’s training and help, she was able to secure performances at the Texas Rangers Baseball Games, Dallas Cowboys Football games, entertain General Colin Powell among many other venues. Over the past twelve years, she has helped many other artists reach the next level of success. She now has taught two Grammy winners…Scott Hoying from the’ Capella group sensation Pentatonix and country music artist Kacey Musgraves. Stefani has always encouraged her artists to support the community.
In 2000, she founded MPowered, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization to give herself and her students a platform to use their talents to give back to the community. MPowered has benefitted many nonprofit organizations such as: Susan G.Komen’s Walk For The Cure, JDRF Walk For The Cure at American Airline’s Center, BABA, Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes, Fort Worth Boys & Girl’s Club, The Dallas Zoo, The Fort Worth Zoo, KLTY’s Celebrate Freedom, Love For Kids, Inc. and many more.