Musically Speaking Podcast

Musically Speaking is an intimate conversation between Grammy-nominated/hit songwriters Stowe Dailey & Karen Taylor Good (StoweGood)—and you. Check it out!

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Beautiful Brokenness

Our latest DOUBLE CD! 22 incredible songs featuring Enough, My Life Is A Prayer, Ask, Dragged, and MORE!

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StoweGood – TEDx Talk

Karen and Stowe as “The 117-Year Old Woman on Beautiful Brokenness” bare their souls in their first TEDx Talk. Please check it out and share the...

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Upcoming Shows

See where Karen and Stowe will be next!   

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Calling All Angels

We are dedicated to sharing the powerful songs being sent to us. But we need YOUR help. Find out how you can be a part of our latest CD!

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Special Downloads

Check out Karen & Stowe’s Special DOWNLOADS!

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We’d Love To Write Your Song!

Give a gift like no other! Let us write an original song for you, your loved one, or your favorite organization!

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“Uplifting, inspiring, funny and emotional. Sometimes in business we neglect the human aspect—You helped us to connect with one another and ourselves.”

~ Christopher P. Gilliam – Commercial Banker, U.S. Bank

“Talk about inspirational speakers! Your sophisticated and soul-energizing presentations are filled with grace, compassion and humor. You resonate with the heart and soul of your audience.”

~ Bonnie Reule – Mgr. Profess. Develop., American Business Woman’s Assn.

Overwhelmed with Love & Joy!

StoweGood’s recent appearance was such a giant blessing to all who attended. It was more than a musical “concert”—it was an EXPERIENCE!

~ Terry Lund, Las Cruces NM

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1 + 1 = 1000!

~ Michael Gott, Houston, TX

 

“Divine Therapy”

“Fasten your seatbelts for an unforgettable trip—one which includes belly laughter, tears, gratitude and amazement. …their music heals at soul depth!” ~Carole Mahaffey – Middletown KY

The StoweGood experience!

“Give yourself the gift of the StoweGood experience!  With my whole heart I recommend them to your ministries and conferences.”

~ Rev. Mark Fuss, Kansas City, MO