Guitar slingin’, Soul singin’, song scribin’ funkified Roots and Blues man Marc Stone worked his way up from the streets of New Orleans and the feet of the masters to become a prominent voice on the Crescent City scene. His energized performances, with his band, solo/acoustic or with his over-the-top all-star projects, are a staple at clubs and festivals in New Orleans. Stone’s extensive song book criss crosses the highways and side roads of American music, while his originals cut their own path with a unique, fiery blend of Roots styles informed by two decades of immersion backing icons and architects of Rock & Roll, New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Funk, Soul and Zydeco.
He’ll be joined by the grandmaster of slide guitar and Delta Blues, John Mooney! Throughout the years, he's developed one of the most distinctive and easily identifiable guitar and vocal signatures of anyone alive today. In 1976 John moved to New Orleans and immersed himself in the city’s vibrant music scene. John regularly played with the likes of Earl King, The Meters, Snooks Eaglin, and the man who was to influence his music greatly, the father of New Orleans piano, Professor Longhair. At this place in time John successfully combined the sounds of the delta with the syncopated rhythms of the Crescent City to create the style that has become uniquely his own.
They'll be joined by Chuck Campbell of the Campbell Brothers so don't miss this great night!
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