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FAMILY STONE TRIBUTE
ORIGINAL FAMILY STONE
FAMILY STONE MEMBER CYNTHIA ROBINSON
PRINCE
STINT
STANLEY
PARKER
DEBUT SINGLE
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
STONE
SLY
FREDDIE
GROUP
NAME
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GUITARIST
AMERICAN MUSICIAN
STEVE MILLER BAND
GEORGE CLINTON
JAMES BROWN
LARRY GRAHAM
SLY STONE
FAMILY STONE
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Definitions

  1. Sly and the Family Stone were an American rock, funk, and soul band from San Francisco, California. (Web site)
  2. Sly & the Family Stone was started in Vallejo, California and eventually had artists from around the San Francisco Bay Area.
  3. Sly & the Family Stone were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. (Web site)
  4. A Sly & the Family Stone is the main one, although I know there have been a few others too.

Family Stone Tribute

  1. A Sly & the Family Stone tribute took place at the 2006 Grammy Awards on February 8, 2006, at which Sly gave his first live musical performance since 1987. (Web site)

Original Family Stone

  1. In 2003, the members of the original Family Stone, except Sly Stone and Larry Graham, reunited to record a sixteen-song studio album.

Family Stone Member Cynthia Robinson

  1. Sly also has a daughter, Sylvette Phunne Robinson, with Family Stone member Cynthia Robinson, born at about the same time as Sly Jr.

Prince

  1. Michael Jackson, Prince, and Stevie Wonder's inspirations from Sly & the Family Stone are mentioned in this article.

Stint

  1. In 2006, after a stint with Prince's touring band (which also featured Sly Alumnus Larry Graham), he reunited with the original Family Stone. (Web site)

Stanley

  1. Stanley saw Larry Grahams technique (Sly and the Family Stone) and seized upon the idea. (Web site)

Parker

  1. Parker was initially set to star in Vacancy, along with her co-star from The Family Stone, Luke Wilson, but she dropped out in favor of other projects.

Debut Single

  1. Their debut single as Sly & the Family Stone was "I Ain't Got Nobody", a major regional hit for Loadstone Records.

Sarah Jessica Parker

  1. In December 2005, Sarah Jessica Parker came in the limelight again in her first theatrical film The Family Stone.

Stone

  1. A Sly & the Family Stone tribute took place at the 2006 Grammy Awards on February 8, 2006, at which Stone gave his first live musical performance since 1987. (Web site)

Sly

  1. All of the Stewart children except oldest sister Loretta would later adopt the surname "Stone" and become members of Sly & the Family Stone.
  2. His voice and music have been compared to Otis Redding, Prince and Sly & the Family Stone, among others. (Web site)
  3. Freddie Stone said in February 2006 that the Family Stone might tour this year, possibly with Sly, adding that his brother is "jazzed" about the idea.

Freddie

  1. Since both Sly and Freddie were guitarists, Sly appointed Freddie the official guitarist for the Family Stone, and taught himself to play the electric organ. (Web site)

Group

  1. In addition, Stone renamed the group "Family Stone." Friends and family say Stone continues to write songs and record in his home studio.

Name

  1. Stone, whose real name is Sylvester Stewart, was the frontman of the 1970s funk group Sly and The Family Stone.
  2. High On You was billed as a Sly Stone solo album; Heard You Missed Me was a Sly & the Family Stone album in name only.

Suggestion

  1. At the suggestion of Stone's friend, saxophonist Jerry Martini, Sly and Freddie combined their bands, creating Sly & the Family Stone at the end of 1966.

Guitarist

  1. The guitarist also cited Sly & the Family Stone, James Brown and Funkadelic as a reason for the funk overtones on the album.

American Musician

  1. Pat Rizzo is an American musician, best known as a saxophonist for influential funk band Sly & the Family Stone from 1972 to 1975.

Steve Miller Band

  1. A month later, they made their first appearance at the Fillmore West on a bill with the Steve Miller Band and Sly & the Family Stone.

George Clinton

  1. He was heavily influenced by the smooth vibes of Sly and the Family Stone, the sweet guitar of Jimi Hendrix and the psychedelic grooves of George Clinton.

James Brown

  1. He was hanging out with Jimi Hendrix, while at the same time soaking in the music of James Brown and Sly and the Family Stone. (Web site)
  2. James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone, Stevie Wonder, George Clinton and many of their key sidemen are featured.
  3. Without James Brown, Sly and Family Stone and the Motown Family there would be no Madonna, no Celiene Dion, no techno, and no disco. (Web site)

Larry Graham

  1. Larry Graham, from Sly & The Family Stone was looking forward to an encore with the band, but unfortunately, it never happened.
  2. Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone and Graham Central Station was an early innovator of the slap style. (Web site)
  3. Larry Graham, the bass player for the Family Stone, was quoted as saying that if he ever left the group, he wanted Allen to replace him.

Sly Stone

  1. Sly Stone continued to record albums and tour with a new rotating lineup under the "Sly & the Family Stone" name from 1975 to 1983.
  2. A stint with the Edward Hawkins Singers led him to meet Freddie Stone, brother of Sly Stone and the guitarist in Sly & the Family Stone.
  3. This is a discography for the work of Sly Stone (Sylvester Stewart) outside of his most famous band, Sly & the Family Stone. (Web site)

Family Stone

  1. Only with the innovations of James Brown and Sly and the Family Stone in the late 1960s was funk regarded as a distinct genre. (Web site)
  2. Sly Stone, producer for his band, Sly & the Family Stone, and spin-off projects by Joe Hicks and Little Sister.
  3. Though the Stoners didn't last long, he brought Robinson along as one of the core members of his next group, Sly & the Family Stone. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Sly Stone
  2. Larry Graham
  3. Arts > Music > Musicians > James Brown
  4. George Clinton
  5. Little Sister
  6. Books about "Family Stone" in Amazon.com

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