Awards and Achievements:
* Best female Drummer, 2004 & 2006
All Access Magazine Music Awards
* Co-host for “The G-Man Freakshow”
T.V Show - 10/06
* Guest host for “The Metal Scene”
T.V. Show - 7/06
* Best female Drummer 2002 "Rock City
News Music Awards"

Stephanie endorses:
Pearl Drums
Sabian Cymbals
Ahead Drumsticks
Electro-Voice Microphones
Warwick Drum Accessories
Symphonic Percussion

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Drum Dungeon Bio - STEPHANIE LEIGH
Stephanie Leigh was born and raised in Southern California where she began her musical endeavors. Following in her father's footsteps she began playing drums at a very young age and by her teenage years had performed with several local acts. Later her career would include bands such as:
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  • No Shame (CBS Records)
  • Fair Game (Metal Mayhem Records)
  • Flesh-N-Bone (featuring former Megadeth's
  • Jeff Young)
  • Rock Can-D (Emerald Press Comics)
  • The Party Girls (Bud Light Band-Superbowl
  • 99')
Other Projects Include:
  • Writing, directing and co-producing of Rock
         Can-D's video, as well as the score and the             drum performance for the song, "State of                 Confusion."
  • Drum and backing vocals for the songs
         "Somewhere in the Night" and "Blind Faith"
         from the movie soundtrack, "The Bad
         Channel".