Saddle Up Sisters

Rising Country Stars Steffany Beck, and Miranda Eastern have partnered up to bring you the Saddle up Sisters act. Bringing their celebrated new original cowgirl country music to your town with a full band that will make you want to dive in Boots n’ all. This dynamic duo just released a country duet single called ‘Hell & Back’ ahead of completing a National Tour including the Tussock Country Music Festival, TSB Festival of Lights, Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch. It’s time to dust off your boots, grabs your hats, saddle up and join us for an unforgettable night of country music.

Steffany Beck

Steffany is a country pop singer-songwriter with an impressive list of career highlights, including releasing her debut EP – BLUE EYED GIRL in 2019, writing songs with celebrated Aotearoa singer-songwriter Bic Runga and performing live with another music legend Jason Kerrison (lead singer from Opshop). She has won a national songwriting competition and, just this past summer, she performed in Christmas in the Park, NZ Spirit Festival, TSB Festival of Lights, Summer Sundays, South Island Wine and Food Festival opening for Kaylee Bell and many more! With the release of her new EP PILLARS and sparkly new track ‘What Would Dolly Do’ Steffany Beck has a myriad of shows on the way, including Tussock Country Music Festival, and her first NZ National Tour heading to Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington, and New Plymouth (TSB Festival of lights)! With more music and shows on the way now’s a good time to put your Foot Down and follow Steffany Beck.


Miranda Easten

Miranda is a singer, songwriter, radio presenter, and author. Her early musical experiences were working with Greg Johnson as executive producer on his ‘Swing the Lantern’ album and as collaborator on ‘Stars & Dreams’. She was one half of ‘The Manuka Set’ with Deep Obsession’s Vanessa Kelly. After becoming a solo artist in 2019, Miranda recorded her debut album, ‘Behind Unbroken Strings’ at Roundhead Studios in Auckland with world renowned producer Greg Haver (Melanie C, Opshop, Kimbra).

Miranda’s debut single ‘Cowboy Lullaby’ reached 16 on the Official Top 40 Country Music Chart in Australia. She was also featured on the ‘Voices of Country’ compilation album released by Compass FM.

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In 2021, she released the single ‘Country Boy’, which rose to number 25 on the Australian charts. The music video has achieved success in America airing on the popular ‘Country Music Network’ along with MTV, CMT and other popular channels. She has been a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition on several occasions.

Miranda’s single ‘View From Here’ reached number one on the Tasmanian charts in 2022, and its music video was voted into the top spot on America’s famous ‘Taste of Country’ platform for multiple weeks.

Miranda is currently working on her second album, due for release in the second half of 2024, with recordings taking place in the United Kingdom, Nashville and New Zealand, with a selection of international producers and session musicians. Despite her busy schedule, she co-wrote ‘Listen to the Stars’ with Delaney Davidson which featured on his recent ‘Out of My Head’ album.

Miranda starts a national tour in May 2024, along with scheduled performances at Gore’s Tussock Country. Miranda has also been invited to judge the prestigious Golden Guitar Awards.

In conjunction with her musical career, Miranda works in film and TV and has presented several radio shows, including the Plains FM Country Show, and she will be starting two shows on Southern Cross Country in June 2024 including ‘Down Home with Miranda’ and ‘Women of Country’. She also drives a classic DeLorean motorcar, which led to a ‘Driven’ magazine article and cover. Her life challenges were featured in ‘Reset’ magazine cover story which garnered praise for her honesty and ability to overcome setbacks—these are the subject of her book currently in production.