Stacie Lynn Hatt
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Stacie Lynn Hatt

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | SELF

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | SELF
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"Stacie Lynn Wins Third Place in Kennacook Idol"

Stacie Lynn rocked the stage with her version of "I love Rock and Roll" and then grabbing third place with "Wanted Dead or Alive". Congratulations Stacie Lynn. - June 24th, 2011

"Stacie Lynn Gets Signed with Toronto Company"

We are happy to announce that Stacie Lynn's song "Canadian Hero" has been chosen by Supreme Lyric Execs. Inc. in Toronto to be promoted to the film and TV industry. The contract signing will take place in the next two week.

This song has the potential to be used for Canadian news episodes, documentaries and more. This is Stacie Lynn's first break in the music business and she did it without a guitar in her hands. We will let you all know when the signing is complete and the promotion starts.

Way to go STACIE LYNN - you make us and Nova Scotia Proud!!!
- Parents - Jackie & Paul Hatt

"Stacie Lynn chosen to compete in the World Competition of Performing Arts in Hollywood California"

Stacie Lynn Hatt daughter of Paul and Jackie Hatt, Middle Sackville has been chosen to represent “Team Canada” in the "World Championships of Performing Arts" in Hollywood California otherwise known as the “Talent Olympics” on July 28th, 2007. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. There will be over fifty-two countries represented at this prestigious international competition. Stacie Lynn has been selected to represent Team Canada in the category of

Vocals - Country, Pop, Origional and Gospel.

Modeling - Causal, swimsuit, formal, spokesperson and Photo.

Acting - Drama and Comical.

Best Wishes and Go for the Gold! - Paul & Jackie Hatt

"Stacie Lynn Chosen in the Unisong International Songwriting Contest"

16 Year old Nova Scotia singer/songwriter Stacie Lynn Hatt has been selected for an Honorable Mention in the 11th Annual “Unisong" International Song contest.

This year’s competition featured the highest overall quality of songs, lyrics, and writers ever submitted by far, with the most diverse and varied entries from a multitude of countries representing every continent on Earth except Antarctica. (And songwriting penguins out there).

The judging therefore was extremely competitive and for Stacie Lynn to be singled out in the top 15% of all songs submitted was no easy feat.

Go to and click on the list of winners – Scroll down through the various genres and click on the Seasonal/Specialty Honorable Mentions and you will see this:

Goodmorning Seasonal / Specialty (Christmas, Patriotic, Novelty, Wedding, Birthday)
by Stacie Lynn Hatt Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Congratulations Stacie Lynn from all your family and Friends
- Her Very Proud Parents

"Stacie Lynn WINS Gold"

Exciting News. 16 year old Stacie Lynn Hatt of Sackville, NS just arrived home from Hollywood LA, where she received numerous awards. Over the last 12 days she has competed in the World Championship of Performing Arts. She was there representing Team Canada. There were 20 Countries represented this year some include: Armenia, Australia, Guatemala, Kazakhstan, USA, etc. Stacie Lynn competed in Modeling, Vocals and Acting. The following was her results;

8 medals and 1 award

They are in

Modeling casual – Gold

Modeling formal – Gold

Modeling Swimsuit - Gold

Vocals Original – Gold

Vocal Gospel – Gold

Vocal Pop – Silver

Vocal Country – Bronze

Industry Award – given to the contestants they believe will succeed in the business

And an Overall 2007 World Champion Plaque for Modeling.

We are so proud of Stacie Lynn’s accomplishments. She also had the chance to speak with industry professionals (ie. Producers, managers and Modeling Agents) so this will not be the end for our local Sackville Girl.

Contact Information:

- Proud Parents

"Student transforms taunts into praise"


Last updated at 11:50 AM on 24/08/07


Student transforms taunts into praise
16-year-old recovers from years of bullying through writing, singing, modelling

The Bedford Sackville Weekly News

Bullying changed Stacie Lynn Hatt's life. She started writing music and developing other talents to cope with being picked on at school. Now, the 16-year-old Middle Sackville student has become a triple threat as a successful singer, songwriter and model.

Hyatt says because of her size - Hatt is 6'2" and not petite - she became a target for teens who like to make fun of anyone different. From the time she was seven years old, Hatt endured taunts, which escalated to verbal threats and then violence in her teens.

"I was on the bus and got hit in the face," Hatt recalled. "My friend kept me from crying. But, seeing that they weren't getting to me, the bully lit my friend's coat on fire."

Hatt was 14 at the time. Although the responsible party was removed from school Hatt continued to receive threats from the bully's friends.

"I used to let it get to me," Hatt said. "A lot of people who are bullied commit suicide. Then I talked to my mom. My mom was always there for me."

Throughout the bad times, Hatt relied on her mother Jackie for support. To thank her, Hatt wrote a song for her mother called Beautiful. The song was not only heartfelt, but showed Hatt's budding talents.

For her 15th birthday, Hatt's parents arranged for studio time to record Beautiful. Since then, she has written nine new songs and made four additional demo tapes. One song, Goodmorning, received an honourable mention in 2007 for the 11th annual Unisong International Songwriting Contest, which is open to songsmiths around the globe.

But it was her vocal talents led Hatt into world of modelling. In April 2007, she auditioned for Nova Modelling and Talent to be part of Team Canada in the World Championships of Performing Arts to be held in Hollywood, California. Nova Model and Talent's owner, Tami Smith, noted Hatt's stature and enquired if she would be interested in plus-size modelling.

"At first Stacie Lynn said no," recalled Hatt's mother. "But then she realized that if she got through to Hollywood, being in front of the judges in more than one category would probably be beneficial."

Hatt agreed and was chosen, along with youth from Nova Scotia and other provinces, to represent Team Canada in competition against 20 countries. It was a good choice for Hatt and Team Canada. Not only was she awarded gold twice for vocals - as well as a bronze and silver - but she also received three golds for modelling. Hatt also received an industry award, given to contestants believed to have a successful career ahead of them. She beat out Miss Plus-size America to win the overall world champion title.

"It was great," Hatt said. "Just to meet other people who were singing, acting and modelling. We all respected each other."

During the event, Hatt met with two interested music producers and began negotiations for modelling work.

"To think that not only has her music been recognized, but that something the other children and teens have picked on her so much for has become something that she can use as a strength in her own life," Hyatt's mother said. - KEVIN TOAL - Bedford Sackville Weekly News

"Almost Famous"

Stacie Lynn Hatt

The Daily News

Age: 16

Hometown: Middle Sackville

Claim to fame: Hatt recently represented Team Canada in the World Championship of Performing Arts, where she competed in modeling, vocals and acting.

ON MODELING: "I didn't really want to be modeling, because I've always been made of fun," said Hatt, who is six-foot-two - six-foot-seven with heels.

"But the girl in charge of the (modeling) team said, 'You're tall, and you're beautiful.' So I ended up modeling in all the categories."

ON SINGING: "My mom's always been there for me, so I wrote a song called Beautiful for her when I was 14," Hatt said. "She really liked it, and took me to a recording studio and recorded it, and said, 'Do you think you could do it again?'"

It took Hatt two months to write her next song, I've Got Something to Say, which she calls "a sassy breakup song." It was worth the wait, though, because it won her a gold medal in the World Championships of Performing Arts.

Getting started: "I've been singing since I was three. My mom has a video of me singing a song from Aladdin."

Inspiration: "I really like Reba McIntyre, because she acts and she sings. And Queen Latifah is really inspiring. She's a big girl, and she's awesome."

school: Grade 12 at Millwood High.

Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, chatting on the computer, and listening to music.

Fave movie:Next

Fave TV show:That's So Raven

On the iPod: Justin Timberlake, Kelly Clarkson

Fave foods: Salad, chicken, and hamburgers

Guilty pleasure: Chocolate

Words of wisdom: "Don't give up. If you have something you really want to do, then go for it. Don't say you're not good enough." - Heather Sawers - The Daily News - By Heather Sawers

"Stacie Lynn First Runner Up in World Quest Songwriting Competiton"

17 Year old singer/songwriter Stacie Lynn Hatt from Middle Sackville is chosen first runner-up with her song “She’s Amazing” in the

“World Quest Music Songwriting Contest”

The World Quest Music Songwriting Contest is a Canadian Songwriting Completion. Professional and Non-Professional entries are paired off into two independently running contests. All genres of music were submitted. The WQMSC featured eight rounds of competition with 60 Semi-Finalist, 6 Finalist, 2 Grand Prize Winners and 2 Q21 Wild Card Winners. To see the list of winners and Stacie Lynn’s first runner up site go to

Stacie Lynn wrote “She’s Amazing” at age 15 to demonstrate the hurt, loneliness and pain a person feel when being bullied. She also wanted the message of overcoming this obstacle in life to come shining through. Stacie Lynn knows first hand the effect of being bullied by others who believe they have power over you. The message in this song is that you never have to let the bullies win. To hear “She’s Amazing” and see the video for the song please go to

Congratulations on the songs successes.

Stacie Lynn next performance will be in Dipper Harbor, New Brunswick at the Fundy Fisherman’s Days on August 16th from 12:00 to 2:00 pm.
- World Quest Music Songwriting Contest

"Chosen as Artist of the Month in Neatherlands"

I just received the following email from The Starliners located in the Netherlands:

Hi Stacie,

Well, nobody did that before.............. the first month on our station and the most votes for Indie Artist of the month.

You did it Girl, you are the artist of the month September and nominated for artist of the year 2010.

Please reply so we can discuss the details also for a special on our station.

Greetings from DJ Harry, (Indie Manager)

This is very exciting. I am so glad that people are enjoying my music.

Stacie Lynn
- Starliners

"17 Year Old Stacie Lynn Hatt Chosen as Top 25 Finalist in Nashville Competition"


Nova Scotia’s own Stacie Lynn Hatt of Middle Sackville has been chosen as one of the Top 25 Finalist in the 2008 Music City Songwriting Competition. Over 1,000 songs were submitted and Stacie Lynn’s song “I’ve Got Something to Say” was chosen as one of the 25 finalists.

Top 25 will now be judged by a panel of top names in the Nashville music industry, including Universal Records South recording artist Phil Vassar, Grammy-winning songwriter Tim Nichols, ASCAP's Mike Sistad, Songwriter Stephony Smith, The Music Group International’s Alex Torrez, GAC's "Country Across America" host Storme Warren and Nashville CVB President, Butch Spyridon.

Judges will rate each song based on the following criteria: melody, composition, originality, lyrics and, most importantly, commercial appeal. The Grand Prize winner will be announced by September 30th and will be posted on the website.

As a Top 25 Finalists Stacie Lynn’s name and a sequence of her song is posted on the website.

Or you can visit or to hear the whole song.

If you would like to wish Stacie Lynn Good Luck email to

- Sonicbids Submission Status

"Top 20 Finalist in Unisong International Songwriter Competition"

18 year old Stacie Lynn Hatt of Middle Sackville was chosen as a top 20 finalist in the 12th Annual Unisong International Songwriting Competition. She placed top 20 in the Seasonal/Specialty Category with her song “Where Our Memories Should Go”. Stacie Lynn wrote and recorded this song in 2008 for her own graduation from Millwood High School.

This year’s competition featured the highest overall quality of songs, lyrics, and writers ever submitted by far, with the most diverse and varied entries from a multitude of countries representing every continent on Earth. The judging therefore was extremely competitive and for Stacie Lynn to be singled out in the top 15% of all songs submitted was no easy feat.

Go to and click on the list of winners

For more information on Stacie Lynn and her music visit
- March 17, 2008


First CD "Beautiful"



Nova Scotia, Canada - Stacie Lynn Hatt is a singer/songwriter who is making her way in the Country music scene. Armed with a smooth clear voice and the ability to write inspirational songs at such a young age Stacie Lynn’s future is extremely promising.

Stacie’s musical motivation took place during the three years at junior high school. Imagine being harassed and humiliated day after day, being pushed and struck by other girls and having your best friend set on fire on the school bus. For Stacie this bullying was real.

The difference with the outcome of this story is that she took these unfortunate experiences, turned it into her strength and put it into words and music. An honors graduate of Millwood High School, Stacie Lynn is not your average songstress. Her lyrics paint an image within your head that you won’t forget. Trained in voice as a child, began writing her own songs at age 14, she is now plotting a course of her own.

Stacie Lynn independently released her first cd in June 2009. She also recently completed a one year acting program at Neptune Theater School which will allow Stacie Lynn to become a complete and versatile performer.

Stacie Lynn’s song "Good Morning" was awarded and honorable mention by the Unisong International Songwriters Competition, “I’ve Got Something to Say” was awarded a gold medal in the World Championship of Performing Arts in Hollywood California and "She's Amazing" was awarded first runner-up in the World Quest Songwriting Competition.

Instrumentation Ross Billard

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The complete CD "Beautiful" was digitally released June 2009 and is available at I-Tunes, CD Baby, Napster, Rhapsody and other online stores.