After over a decade in the radio and television business, Rob Stone is taking what was once just a hobby to the next level. Making music and performing has always been Rob's true passion and his experience in media has built the foundation for success in his pursuit of a music career.
Shortly after Rob utilized Entercom Detroit's recording studio at Musictown and shared his talents on social media, several local and nationally touring artists like Austin Burke, Jameson Rodgers & Locash invited him out to open for their concerts as they made stops in Detroit.
After a huge response from fans, Rob is currently back in the studio working on his debut EP. Although Stone has worked in country radio for over a decade, his music spans from country and hip-hop, to rock and soul.
Rob credits his love for music to his parents, who often had records playing from artists like Jimi Hendrix, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Supertramp, Willie Nelson, and more. His musical influence also stems from his birthplace of Detroit with music from Motown and other hometown heroes like Kid Rock and Eminem.