The Family Stone

The Family Stone

THE FAMILY STONE, A BIO

"Sing a Simple Song!"

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, R&B Pioneer Award Winners, and original founding members of Sly & The Family Stone; Jerry Martini and Greg Errico, together part of the first inter-racial inter-gender, main-stream major band in Rock & Roll history bring you the chart topping hits of Sly & The Family Stone.

These veteran San Franciscan Funksters are joined by the powerful voices of Phunne Stone ( The multi-talented daughter of Sly Stone and the late great Cynthia Robinson) and Alex Davis on vocals.

They bring you a message of peace, love, and social consciousness, through musical harmony with some of the funkiest players of all time.

Big Guns of Funk like Nate Wingfield on the Guitar, Jimmy McKinney on Keys, and Musical Director Blaise Sison on bass adding the proper pocket to the raw Family Stone sound.

They present an explosive set of their Psychedelic Funk classic hits of the 60s and 70s. The raw, unfiltered original sound that became part of the essential building blocks of many, if not most, of the great modern artists toolkits. Sampled and covered by major artists around the world, the influence of their music and sound is immeasurable in the development of modern music as we know it today.

Legendary Anthems like "I Want to Take You Higher", Everyday People", Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin", "Dance To The Music", "Hot Fun In The Summertime", "Family Affair", "Sing a Simple Song", and countless other instantly recognizable tunes from their vast catalog of albums including the album STAND which in 2015, was declared a National Treasure, preserved in The United States Library of Congress.

Keeping the legacy true to its original sound and raw funk groove, these “Everyday People” will naturally “Take You Higher” with a musical experience that has brought them in front millions of people through Europe, Asia, Australia, The USA, and The Caribbean, spreading the roots of funk that is truly a revolutionary act of music going on onstage.

“You Can Make It If You Try”