Indie Roots Soul

Allen Stone's journey to becoming a successful musician started in the small town of Chewelah, Washington, where he was raised on gospel music and spent much of his childhood as a pastor's son, watching his parents lead their congregation in song.

After dropping out of college, he made the move to Seattle to pursue his music career, often driving up and down the West Coast in his '87 Buick to perform at any and all gigs he could find. Stone quickly gained a reputation for his powerful live performances, and over the years, he has played up to 200 dates per year, building a devoted following along the way.

His unique ability to channel sensitivity into his songs while radiating hope and promise has endeared him to audiences worldwide. Stone's ability to blend various genres, including soul-pop, folk-rock, R&B, and funk, is evident in his five full-length albums, from his 2010 self-released debut album "Last To Speak" to 2021's "APART." In addition to his successful touring schedule, Stone has also appeared on national television numerous times, including Australia’s RocKwiz, NPR’s Tiny Desk, has been a guest on MTV’s Ridiculousness, and participated as a mentor for two seasons of ABC’s American Idol. Recently finishing a tour with Chris Stapleton, Allen is back in the studio working new music, set to be released in 2024.