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Allen Stone      

R&B Singer & Songwriter

Allen Stone is a soul and R&B singer and musician originally from Chewelah, WA. Raised as the son of a pastor, his early immersion in gospel music later expanded to encompass funk and soul influences he discovered as a teenager. Stone's discography includes five studio albums: "Last to Speak," "Allen Stone," "Radius," "Building Balance," and "APART." His second album, "Allen Stone," notably reached number 2 on the R&B/Soul charts on iTunes.

Beyond his solo work, he has also been featured on tracks by other artists. Most notably, Stone contributed to "Neon Cathedral" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and co-wrote and sang vocals on "Look At Me" by Cory Wong. His music often includes social and political commentary, earning him positive reviews from media outlets, including The New York Times and Billboard.

Stone's live performances have garnered attention, with appearances on prominent TV shows such as "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Conan," and "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." In 2022, he competed in the American Song Contest, securing a respectable fifth place. Stone has also showcased his talents in a mentorship role on American Idol and with a performance at the Special Olympics opening ceremony.

Continuing to develop his music career, Stone recently released a new single called "5 Minutes" and embarked on a tour in Australia. He also made an appearance in the Netflix series "Dear White People" and released an acoustic version of his album "Apart" in 2021. This range of accomplishments and activities illustrates Stone's dynamic presence in the music industry.


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Allen Stone may not be a household name just yet, but the soul man from Chewelah, Wash., could change that soon with his upcoming major label debut for Capitol Records this summer.

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