The Stone Electric:
Heavily influenced by the quintessential late 60s/early 70s rock and roll movement and bands like Faces, Humble Pie, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin, as well as contemporary artists like The Black Crowes and Lenny Kravitz, The Stone Electric began the journey as an unpretentious, straightforward rock and roll band in 2005.
Perhaps best known for lead singer Noni Crow’s distinctive voice and raw delivery along with lead guitarist Austin Crow’s reckless blues driven swagger, The Stone Electric achieves a new level of intensity that separates the band from others trying to replant the rock and roll seed.
As seasoned musicians and studious descendants of the rock genre, The Stone Electric understands the importance of chemistry and passion, which help create the band’s memorably unpredictable onstage performances and explosive brand of music. And, as evidenced by electrically charged studio tracks like “Tequila Mockingbird” and “The Elephant,” it’s clear The Stone Electric manages to capture the essence of their high-energy live shows on their self-titled debut album.