Stephanie Hatfield
Heart of Texas Rockfest during SXSW
Stephanie Hatfield
Austin, TX

Dearest friends and fans,

It's that time of year again - pulling out the shorts, loading the car, rolling down the windows and making the drive to Austin for  SXSW!  Besides giving this winter skin a little sun exposure, I'll be debuting a whole set of new material with our newest band mate, the beautiful and talented Karina Wilson on violin.  Please join us if you're in town for all the fantastic music, food and fun:


Wednesday  night  showcase

Heart of Texas Rockfest at Shiner's Saloon (5th & Congress) 8:40 to 9:10 pm

Saturday  night showcase

Heart of Texas Rockfest  at  Blue Moon  (IH 35)  6:00 to 6:45 pm

And don't miss my husband's (and lead guitar player's) band

Bill Palmer's TV Killers (with yours truly on rhythm guitar and harmony vocals)

Tuesday  afternoon showcase

Red River Noise - Future of Indie  at Guero's  (S. Congress)  2:35 to 3:00 pm

I've recently started 'tweeting' so please follow me on Twitter (@steph_hatfield) for last minute showcase details, other event updates and info on where we are so you can meet us for a drink!  Track us down and I'll give you one of our new stickers with our logo.


Remember, if you buy any song online at my Reverbnation Store (link below), 50% of the proceeds go to the charity organization Oxfam!

Thank you immensely for all of your support - hope to see you in Austin!





"“Stephanie Hatfield and Hot Mess have carved out a distinctive niche - playing songs about heartache utilizing Hatfield’s glorious howl. The sultry Hatfield fronts the otherwise all-male band with a sexy swagger, rarely giving away her classically trained past that also involved various other styles including gospel and jazz.""  — Flagstaff Live!
"“Stephanie Hatfield came on and lit up the stage. Her eyes were lined all Clockwork Orange status, and her deep set of pipes, swinging hair and white teeth made her seem like the goddess of rock ’n’ roll on her very own altar.”"  — Rob Wilder, Santa Fe Reporter
"In just two years, Stephanie Hatfield and Hot Mess-with Palmer on rhythm guitar, Justin Lindsey on lead guitar, Matt McClinton on bass, and Andy Primm on drums-have amassed an enthusiastic following in Santa Fe and beyond, particularly among music fans who see the band’s power-chord grit as a much-needed counterpoint to the region’s ubiquitous Americana. Hatfield’s throaty, expansive voice soars and dive-bombs through songs of love, disappointment, and cautious optimism. “Looking for something in this desert that’s alive,” she sings on “Blue Miles.” A common theme on the band’s self-titled 2010 CD that also surfaces on their new album, released this summer, is the cold-shower truth that often comes with the maturation of romantic love. “I thought I was the chosen,” she sings on “Suffer,” “but now I only take the blame.” "  — April Reese, Trend Magazine
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