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Suns of Stone

by Suns of Stone

Vintage rock n’ roll combined with a modern throwback sound, fueled by blues-inspired guitar riffs and powerful vocals.
Genre: Rock: Retro-Rock
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2. Rise Up
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3. Stormbringer
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4. Another Dollar
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5. Talking to Me
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6. A Little More
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7. Down the Road
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8. Sun Don't Shine
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10. Piece of Mind
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Album Notes
Vintage rock n’ roll combined with a modern throwback sound, Suns of Stone are fueled by blues-inspired guitar riffs and powerful vocals.

"A tinge of the Queen’s of the Stoneage mixed with a hint of Skynard and layered with semblances of the Black Crowes, Suns of Stone just simply rock. Nothing pretentious, nothing overdone… just exactly what you’d want in a rock and roll band. Their live show is a non-stop red-bull like injection of energy from beginning to end and they only leave you wanting more." - Jae Pyl, IMN

"The four piece’s particular flavour or rock is a blending of Skynard-style ‘70s throwback, with The Black Keys’ radio-friendly sensibilities, and a liberal application of Jimmy Page-inspired guitar riffs. ... they did their thing and won over a crowd that was more than a little impatient for the main act. And they definitely left with more fans than they had coming in. Colour me impressed." - Kyle Bordo, Raz Mataz Magazine

Suns of Stone bring a simple attitude to the table - Rock n roll. Period.

"Bite, braun and a bit of bad-assery: this is the Suns of Stone." - Jae Pyl, IMN


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