"DANGEROUS" ON THE DIAMOND
Dangerous is a featured song of the National Pro Fastpitch league's 2019 season. Catch the song all season long on NPFTV and ESPN+
Customized audiobook scores have been commissioned for the Off The Grid and Alpha Girls book series as well as a number of classics like Romeo + Juliet, White Fang, and Pride and Prejudice.
A third-generation musician from Cleveland, OH, songwriter Stephanie Trivison knows how to make a melody stick to your ears.
Over 15 years of live performance and sharing the stage with acts including producer and Grammy-winner Jack Antonoff, American Authors, Robert Randolph, and Eisley helped her hone in on what resonates with varying audiences from song structure to stage presence. Often noted for her easy charisma, she landed a role as a musician in a McDonald’s commercial – on a whim.
These experiences paired with her instinctive understanding of melody led to early success in music licensing. Notably, Stephanie is the creator of the National Professional Fastpitch league’s official songs of the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
Her versatility has garnered regional and national attention, with performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the renowned NYC Songwriters circle, song placements on ESPN, commercial radio, and international airplay, as well as press coverage in Alternative Press and Substream Magazines.
“The band’s undeniably feel-good direction can be attributed to front-woman, Stephanie Trivison... Trivison demonstrates a knack for creating hooks that stick; listen to “Pacifica” if you’re in need of convincing” -Alyssa Lee of Midwest Action
“With the release of Night Fires, the sophomore release from her band, These Knees, she’s finally starting to see years of hard work pay off. Its new EP represents the strongest batch of material that the group has released to date and a big step forward that reveals a tremendous amount of growth for Trivison as a songwriter and artist.” -Matt Wardlaw of Cleveland Scene
“Stephanie has some of the best written pop/rock songs and melodies of anyone I've worked with. After every session we do, I find myself whistling, humming, and singing parts for days afterward. As someone who listens to several songs a day, hundreds of times, I think that says a lot.” -Jim Stewart, producer and engineer