Isabelle Stillman is a singer-songwriter living in Denver, CO. She grew up in St. Louis, MO, where she learned how to play guitar and discovered her love of music. Her family was her first musical influence; The Dixie Chicks and Jerry Jeff Walker were the soundtrack to her upbringing, and the love, joy, and thoughtfulness of her mom, dad, brother, and sister made her into the person she is today.
Isabelle has been a reader and writer all her life, eating up books since she could turn a page and churning out stories since she could hold a pencil. But it wasn't until she graduated and moved to Colorado in 2017 that she started to combine her love music with her love of words.
Writing songs quickly became a passion - a source of reflection, comfort, and a deeper sense of self, which was crucial in her first few years living on her own. It was also a gateway to a strong music community in Denver. Isabelle honed her writing craft while learning about production at CCM Studios with her mentor and producer, Darren Skanson.
Isabelle's music weaves a tapestry of her love of family, the confusion of growing up, the reality of being a woman in our society, and her captivation with words. Her style explores many genres, encapsulating her growth as an artist and a person. Her work is both personal and universal, catchy and poignant.
Isabelle has released five singles, and her first full album will be out in July of 2019. She is embarking on a 20+ date national tour this summer.