|No Tears by Cole Seaver and Tammie Darlene, recorded, mixed, and mastered in Nashville, boasts two cuts from
the Emstone catalog,
"www.history" by Dallas's
Tim Eatman and "Gonna Recall
My Heart" - words and music by
Dan Jury. Hear No Tears
and buy it at cdbaby.com
|For the REAL Bob Dylan fan, here's the new I Love Bob Dylan Bumper Sticker.
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|Cole Seaver and Tammie Darlene
|On The Best Of Talented Kids CD, Gypsy (average age: 12) performs "I Love What I've Got"
(Copyright © Emstone Music Publishing), written by Paul and Heather Turner
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|The late country legend George Jones in concert in Fort Worth, Texas on June 18, 2004.
Photography by Mitchell Stone
|Mitchell Stone chats with Charlie Daniels after another exciting show by Charlie's band
|The Beach Boys' songwriting genius Brian Wilson performs at Mizner Park Amphitheatre
in Palm Beach, Florida, 10/20/04. Photography by Mitchell Stone
Bob Dylan and His Band (left to right), Stu Kimball, Charlie Sexton, Tony Garnier, Bob Dylan, Donnie Herron and George Recile (hidden)
after their Halloween show at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 31, 2010. Photography by Mitchell Stone
|The legendary Tom Jones at The Fillmore Miami Beach on April 25, 2009.
For more still shots and videos of his show, click on the picture.
Photography by Mitchell Stone
|DYLAN HITS THE ROAD. YOU GET THE BUMPER STICKER.
CLICK THE PICTURE OF BOB AND HIS BAND TO FIND OUT HOW!
|Mitchell Stone visits with Broadway star/J Records artist/American Idol Fantasia Barrino in New York City
|Below: Mitchell Stone joins blues masters Roadside Louie and the Dusters prior to their appearance on the Fat Cats stage of
Norwegian Cruise Lines' newest and biggest ship, the Epic, sailing off the coast of St. Maarten in the Caribbean Sea
on December 9, 2010. Left to right: Bill Stuve (bass & vocals), Louis "Roadside Louie" Massaro (harp & vocals),
Mitchell Stone, Carmen Cosentino (guitar & vocals) and, partially shown, T.J. Walker (keyboard & vocals).
Hidden behind the group is Lester Vieth (drums & vocals).
To see live performances by this extraordinary band,
|Marni Nixon and Mitchell Stone
|Emstone Music Publishing
|Two heads are better than one...as Mitchell Stone and the hugely talented English singer-songwriter V.V. Brown huddle to discuss the release of
her song "Shark in the Water" just before her performance of it on the CBS-TV Late Show with David Letterman in New York on August 5, 2010
|Hear songwriter Mitchell Stone perform
more than 100 of his songs on SoundCloud:
listen to any song you choose...or just let 'em track
|Home of Singer/Songwriter Mitchell Stone
|Marni Nixon won the prestigious 2011 George Foster Peabody Award for Her Outstanding Contribution to American Music
|The movies' legendary soprano and Broadway star Marni Nixon has released
"My Christmas Card to You" (words and music by Madeline and Mitchell Stone).
Click the picture of Mitchell and Marni (left) to hear her sing the Stones' song for free
and to download her holiday record...or watch the YouTube video below!
|As the name of Mitch's album states, "17 Songs in Alphabetical Order" plays its tracks in the
titles' alphabetical order. That's something no other rock or pop album has ever done before.
|Click on the album cover above to hear all the tracks on "17 Songs in Alphabetical Order"
|Click the cover picture of Mitchell Stone's new album "Shotguns and Machetes"
(below) to hear every track in its entirety on the album's CD Baby page for FREE!
|In the darkness of the pre-dawn hours on August 3, 2001, Ringo Starr leads his All-Starr Band at their sound check in
New York's Rockefeller Plaza prior to an appearance on NBC-TV's Today Show. Pictured (left to right) are
Supertramp's Roger Hodgson, an NBC stagehand, drummer Sheila E, Ringo Starr, keyboardist
Billy Idol, and Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Photography © Mitchell Stone