Rob Stone

Saturday, July 6th


Harmonica-playing vocalist Rob Stone delivers a unique blend of deeply rooted authentic traditional  blues and high-energy house-rocking sounds with a contemporary edge. Before relocating to Los  Angeles in 2013, Stone cut his teeth for over twenty years on the Chicago blues scene playing with and  learning from the masters. 

Over the years, Stone has been featured prominently in music documentaries including the Martin  Scorsese-produced “Godfathers and Sons” episode of The Blues series that aired on PBS stations  nationwide in 2003, Amazon’s Sam Lay in Bluesland, as well as PBS’s Six Generations of the Blues  from Mississippi to Chicago (alongside Honeyboy Edwards, John Primer, Aaron Burton and Big Jack Johnson). 

Living Blues Magazine wrote: “Wherever he roams and whatever size band he finds himself fronting,  Rob Stone can always be trusted to deliver the searing, soulful, supremely enjoyable good.”

The evening also features burlesque in between sets by Lilly Rascal, followed by a late night DJ set by Ryan Ross.

Please note there is a $5 per person entertainment fee for tables seated within the main stage area (including the cabaret, backstage, and side stage).