Born in New York City in 1970, Marc Stone began playing in blues clubs at the age of seventeen. His early days on the scene put him on stage with New York blues heavyweights Johnny Allen, Jerry Dugger, Bill Sims, and members of the Holmes Brothers. In the early 1990s Marc's Eclectic Acoustic Jam in Greenwich Village was a stopping point for village freaks and emerging talent such as Alana Davis, David Poe, Matt Johnson (of Jeff Buckley's band), and future superstar Dave Matthews. In 1993 Marc moved to New Orleans and began to play with a long list of Louisiana’s top artists, including C.J. Chenier, Eddie Bo, Marva Wright, Terrance Simien, Ernie K-Doe, Big Al Carson, John Boutte, Dwayne Dopsie, Mike West, and many others.
Marc is a frequent performer in Buffa's Back Room.
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