Willow Stephens is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. The Montana native started her career playing in the coffeehouses of the Pacific NW. A classically trained multi-instrumentalist, Stephens has strong roots in jazz, folk, R&B and classical music. Her effortless voice and carefully crafted lyrics weave together her eclectic mix of genres. Her mission in life? Make emotionally intelligent pop music. She made the move to LA in 2015 to pursue her songwriting career and signed a recording contract with grassroots label Miner League Co. in 2016. Her self titled EP was released in conjunction with Miner League in 2017. Produced by Philadelphia based production team Weathrman, the project is filled with easy grooves and throwback vibes with vocal stylings reminiscent of Norah Jones. With influences from doo-wop to hip-hop the EP is both nostalgic and future-facing all in one stroke. In 2018 Stephens returned to her indie roots and began work on her first full length album. The sultry lead single "Gold" premiered on BuzzBands LA and was dubbed sultry casino pop. Her debut LP “All That Glitters” is the product of a 2018 goal to write 100 songs in a year. She celebrated its release with a near sold out show at Doug Westin’s Troubadour in January 2020. Her emotional, profound songwriting shines in her most recent endeavor A GOOD CRY. This thematic EP traverses the themes of grief and loss with lyrical excellence and grace. The first track “Good Man” was a semi-finalist in American Songwriter Magazine’s 2020 songwriting contest.