Meet Stephanie Spruil she will be presenting award and receive Achievement award for her
accomplishment in the entertainment industry.
Stephanie Spruill is Founder of Spruill House Music School of Voice Artists Development…Producer, Singer/Songwriter, Percussionist, Actress, Philanthropist and The Author of “17 Points to Longevity in Show Business.”
Winner of The Global Peace Song Award for her original song “Shine”
Recipient of a “Living Legend Award” from the city of Los Angeles, for her remarkable accomplishments in Music.
Series Regular of the NAACP Image Award-winning “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s.” Produced by Pilgrim Media Group on Oprah Winfrey’s Network
Stephanie donates her time raising awareness for Womens Health with various organizations such as, Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure and The Covenant House.
Stephanie is creatively involved in many Grammy and Oscar winnings, with her discography totaling over 1,400 recordings and hundreds of Gold and Platinum albums to her credit.
Touring the world with Julio Iglesias for 51/2 Years and has recorded with, Michael Jackson, Donna Summer, Glen Campbell, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Olivia Newton-John, Tom Petty, David Bowie, Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones, Neil Diamond and many many more. Stephanie Spruill… ”The Iconic Voice On The Hits”
Spruill has not only recorded on film and vinyl, through the years she's performed before presidents and royalty the world over. Singing at the White House for three different administrations, and before the Emperor of Japan; the Queen of England and, the King of Spain. graced the stage of the 87th annual Academy Awards singing with John Legend and Common on the Oscar winning best original song, "Glory." Though Spruill was previously signed by Clive Davis to ARISTA Records, "It's a Jazz Day," and Spruill's 2011 "Memoirs" album were recorded on her own label, La Pantera Records. As for her purpose in life and her career, Spruill says: It's my mission to reach the world over and touch everyone with all the artistry in me. I have discovered that God and art are the links that bring us closer to our divine purpose."