performs Poison & Medicine acoustic at
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
w Josh Paxton, Jacques Joshua and Mike Dillon
Thur. 10/15 6-8pm
Marc interviewed by John Swenson for
Oct '15 OffBeat Magazine! Read
“Poison & Medicine” national release
Two years after the first sessions, Marc’s
new album and La. Red Hot Records debut hits
the street. Feat. the Bonerama Horns, Mike
Dillon, members of Galactic, Honey Island
Swamp Band and the Dirty Dozen, Benny Turner,
Lillian and Tanya Boutte and many more!
out Alexander Zaitchik's piece on Marc for
After a full summer of international touring
Marc is back in the Crescent City with a full
slate of great shows for the fall.
Catch him at home in the Crescent City!
Crescent City Blues & BBQ wknd Oct 15-18
lots of special shows! w/ Benny Turner, Walter
“Wolfman” Washington, John Mooney, Mike Dillon,
Bruce “Sunpie” Barnes, Josh Paxton and more!
Click for schedule and tickets
Marc and Josh in residence at Funky
Pirate. Holding it down at the
for real home of the Blues. The Funky Pirate
is N.O.’s longest running dedicated Blues
club and the mainstay of great music on Bourbon
St. for over 20 years. Catch Marc and
Josh every Fri/Sat noon-4pm. Catch us live
on the webcam
2015 has been a banner year for Marc Stone.
A new record deal, nomination for Best Blues
Artist for the Best of the Beat Awards, two
tours in Europe and one in the US, and a slew
of high profile shows and club sets at home,
the return of Marc’s All-Star Louisiana Blues
Throwdown and guest appearances with Walter”Wolfman”
Washington, Marcia Ball, Leftover Salmon with
Bill Payne and Col. Bruce Hampton, Honey Island
Swamp Band, as well as the formation of a new
duo with Delta slide master John Mooney. e’s
back in the Crescent City with a full slate
of great shows for the fall, but the big news
of the year is the release of his Louisiana
Red Hot Records debut, Poison & Medicine.
Featuring the Bonerama Horns, Mike Dillon,
members of Galactic, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band,
Honey Island Swamp Band and the Honeypots along
with Blues masters Benny Turner and Big Al Carson,
with some magic production touches courtesy
of Papa Mali, Poison & Medicine is a fresh
take on the Roots sound of the contemporary
New Orleans scene that OffBeat Magazine calls
“A watershed moment in Stone’s career”.