Stacey Kay first began performing music across Ontario at the age of 8 and hasn’t stopped since. After graduating as a triple threat from the prestigious performance program at Sheridan College for singing, acting and dancing, Stacey moved to Toronto to pursue more opportunities in the music and entertainment industry.
In 2013, Stacey starred in the Broadway touring production of Godspell where she introduced her powerhouse vocals, sassy personality, and sharp wit to audiences across Canada and the U.S.
Now signed to a record deal with Toronto-based Slaight Music, Stacey co-wrote all of the songs on her first EP. Her covers of several hit songs have gained the respect and recognition from the original artists including Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, and Jennifer Hudson, who have either tweeted her videos or posted them on Facebook.
Stacey is also a member of Eh440 an award-winning, Toronto-based a cappella group that bills itself as "5 voices, 0 instruments, and 1 new amazing sound". Eh440 has captivated audiences across Canada, the US, and Europe.
Not just a talented singer, Stacey’s taken her acting skills to the internationally aired CBC/Disney Junior’s Big Block SingSong, has made a successful appearance on CBC’s Dragons Den where she accepted a deal, and has produced her own comedic web videos. 
Stacey Kay's audition in Episode 1004 consisted of singing her rendition of "Bang Bang" while a band accompanied her. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel all voted "Yes," sending the band to the Judge Cuts round.
Stacey Kay's Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1010 consisted of singing Jessie J's "Mamma Knows Best" while accompanied by her band. Stacey's performance was not strong enough for the judges to send her to the Quarterfinals, eliminating her from the competition along with Cailyn Mathis, instead of Mountain Faith Band.
After the Show
Stacey Kay appeared on the second season of Canada's Got Talent and received a Golden Buzzer from Kardinal Offishall. She was eliminated in the finals.