John Stone released his sophomore CD "Boy From Alabam" in 2010. The CD features 11 songs, nine of which were written or co-written by Stone.
Stone has proven himself as a world-class songwriter with the success of his first self-penned single “Shame On Me.” He has visited hundreds of radio stations across the nation and has toured with and opened for some of today’s hottest country acts (Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Craig Morgan and Gretchen Wilson).
Stone's musical resume also includes live television performances, including appearances on The Today Show with Katie Couric and as part of Tim McGraw's NFL Halftime highlights segment taped for Monday Night Football.
The first few years of Stone’s recording career have led him to the place where he dreamed to be and he is observably thankful.
“I am humbled and I appreciate every time I take the stage and for every ‘good’ thing that happens to me," Stone says. "The ‘good’ things such as -- hearing my songs on the radio, being invited to the White House to play for President George W. Bush, performing on the stage of the historic Ryman Auditorium. The list continues to grow each day.”