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February 9, 2019

The neo-soul songstress returns!

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A NEO-SOUL STALWART

Stone was part of the vanguard of Nineties' female R&B singers along with Mary J Blige, Toni Braxton and Lauryn Hill. Part of the neo-soul movement, Stone first came to prominence at the tender age of 16, as part of the late Seventies' female hip hop group The Sequence, widely recognised today as the first of its kind. Despite a rocky start to 2015, Stone will be touring the States at small, intimate venues that showcase her powerhouse range perfectly, and will be performing at the Sony Hall in New York , NY , February 9, 2019

Stone's music is perpetually enjoyed by those who have suffered the aches and pains of love, songs that stem from her very own heartache and happiness, mistakes and triumphs that, captured on vinyl, have led to three Grammy Award nominations, two Soul Train "Lady of Soul Awards," and four Top 10 R&B albums.

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Performance date: 9 February 2019

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