Allen Stone Tour Schedule
If you are in the market for a powerhouse R&B and soul performer look no further
than Allen Stone, the up and coming superstar who has been winning over fans from all walks of life since first beginning
his singing career in earnest in 2010. In just a few short years Allen Stone has made a name for himself, coming from small
town beginnings to being one of the fastest rising stars in the music industry. This reputation is due in large part to his
stellar live performances which engross audiences right from the start and always leave them wanting more. Be sure to get
your tickets for Allen Stone from StubHub as soon as possible as his shows have been selling out quickly all over the country.
February 20th brings Allen Stone to The Echo in Los Angeles, California for what will surely be a memorable performance. Allen
Stone has not played in Southern California often and soul or R&B fans in the area will not want to miss this one. On
March 29th Allen Stone will play two shows in Phoenix, Arizona. The first show will be during the second day of the McDowell
Mountain Music Festival at Margaret T. Hance Park alongside Slightly Stoopid, Dispatch, Disco Biscuits, and others, Those
not wanting to attend the festival can still catch Allen Stone in the evening when he plays the festival's after party at
Crescent Ballroom. StubHub is the place to go for all of the latest developments on Allen Stone's tour so be sure to check
About the Artist
Allen Stone has come from a small eastern Washington town with a population
of just over 2,600 to becoming one of the biggest names in the neo-soul movement. Upon graduating high school in Chewelah,
Washington Allen Stone moved south to Spokane where he enrolled in the Moody Bible Institute. After studying for almost a
year, Stone decided that the religion was not for him and opted to move to Seattle to pursue a musical career. In 2010 he
released his debut album Last to Speak by himself and embarked on a cross country tour. Playing shows and selling his self
produced records there and online, Allen Stone began gaining a reputation well beyond the vaunted Seattle music scene. Te
following year he released a self titled follow up which brought him even more fame along with television appearances and
a busier tour schedule. The second album was eventually re-released by ATO Records. Allen Stone continues to write and record
new music while maintaining a busy touring schedule.
While Allen Stone had been popular in
his adopted hometown of Seattle pretty much right from the start, it took a little longer for him to garner national attention.
It was not until his second, self titled, album that big things started to come Allen Stone's way. He was joined on the album
by Deron Johnson, a former Miles Davis keyboardist, as well as the rhythm section of R&B superstar Raphael Saadiq. With
Stone's smooth vocals and powerful lyrics combined with such great musicians the album became his first big hit. It reached
number 2 on the iTunes R&B charts as well as number 9 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and number 35 on Billboard's R&B/Hip
Hop chart. He ended up getting the album distributed by ATO Records and performed on Conan and the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Inside a packed house, the lights dim and R&B superstar singer Allen Stone makes his way onto
the stage. The crowd erupts as he makes his way to the center of the stage and the microphone stand. He cues the band and
they play the opening notes to a hit jam from one of her albums like What I've Seen, Contact High, or Unaware. As the night
goes on the hits keep coming and you and your friends are dancing and singing along to song after song. Always known to have
an incredible stage presence and an emotional voice, Allen Stone really knows how to connect with his fans no matter how big
or small the venue in which he is performing. He is one R&B performer any music lover will not want to miss when he comes
to town. Additionally, as one of the fastest rising stars in the music business the sooner you see Allen Stone the better,
because this could be your last chance to see him in an intimate setting as next time he comes to town he will likely be playing
in a much larger venue.
Allen Stone is known for singing about social issues, and his song Unaware
has become one of his most popular. He made a video for Unaware, but wanted to shoot it in a different setting so he decided
to record an alternate recording of the song in his mother's house. The result, Unaware - Allen Stone - Live From His Mother's
Living Room, has received more than two million views on YouTube.