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Customer Reviews

Allen Stone : Does not Dissapoint

I was blessed to hear Allen play with Tony Lucca and Jay Nash live. Have been awaiting the release of this album.

Soulful voice.... Great Job Allen , can't wait to see you live again and add your next album.

This album Rocks ..

Get This Album!

This album is so soulful! It's got it all! Some songs make me want to dance and others are filled with intense emotion. This guy knows his stuff!

Worth Every Penny!

This album is packed full of substance, power, and inspiration! Well worth $10! Allen has an AMAZING voice and proves it on every track. With soul, a laid back groove and wholesome attitude, Allens personality come through in his music, and he expresses it very well vocally.You wont be disappointed with this album!


Born: 1987 in Chewelah, WA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '10s

Singer and songwriter Allen Stone describes himself as "a hippie with soul," and his music reflects both sides of this formula. His vocals and melodic style show the clear influence of classic soul and R&B of the 1960s and '70s, while his lyrics reveal an idealism and passion that recall the folk-inspired singer/songwriters of the same era. Allen Stone was born in 1987 in Chewelah, Washington, a small town not far from Spokane. Stone's mother was an obstetrician while his father was the pastor...
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