Marshall Stone (September 4, 1992) is an American singer-songwriter from Westminster, MD. By the age of fifteen, Marshall had written 150 songs, and was performing as a lead vocalist and guitarist with the Baltimore School of Rock. With this group and their Show Team, he performed in high profile benefits, festivals, and local venues.
Graduating from Carroll Community College, Marshall continued performing with The Euphorics as lead singer, songwriter, and bassist. Opening for national acts such as Charm City Devils, Uli Jon Roth of the Scorpions, and Dizzy Reed of Guns and Roses, the Euphorics released an EP in 2012 and received airplay and interviews with 98 Rock Baltimore.
During 2013, Marshall began a song-a-day project, producing the songs for his debut album, Good Times Never Fade. With a mix of rock, country, singer-songwriter, and Americana music, the album features performances by keyboardist Rami Jaffee of the Foo Fighters, CMT artist Shane Gamble, guitarist Bryan Ewald, and Mike Dawson, editor of Modern Drummer. The album received strong reviews and radio airplay, with the title song at #2 on one station.
While touring in support of his new album, Marshall spent 10 days in Nashville, performing and writing with some talented Nashville songwriters, followed by shows in New Orleans. Later in the year, the song “Good Times Never Fade” started receiving college radio airplay, and Marshall finished work on his new EP, Invisible. Featuring drummer Jason Heiser of Charm City Devils and producer John Grant on multiple instruments, this EP crosses genres with blues, Americana, and folk music.
In October of 2016, Marshall traveled to Franklin, Tennessee to work on his next album with veteran Nashville musician and grammy nominated producer, Kent Wells (Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire). This yet-to-be-titled CD is slated to be released by the second quarter of 2017.