.50¢ of each ticket goes to benefit the Keep a Breast Foundation.
Stone has spent the past four years honing his unique style the old-fashioned way: crisscrossing
the country in a van with his ace band and playing any small club that would have him. Since
the digital release of his self-titled album via his own stickystones label in October 2011,
Stone’s shows have been selling out from coast to coast. The album jumped into the Top 10 of
Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and entered the Top 5 of iTunes’ R&B/Soul charts. His first national
television appearance – on “Conan” – came after the music booker saw a YouTube video of Allen
performing “Unaware” in his mother’s living room. Performances on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Last
Call with Carson Daly” and “Live from Daryl’s House” followed and Esquire, CNN and Billboard
named Stone as an artist to watch – all before he had the support of a record label. Stone has
since signed to ATO Records, which is bringing the album into wide release.