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“Deadwood Stone: This band had some great songs on you tube my favourite was “Painted Soul”, “The Man”, “Never Again”, and “Truckers Holiday”. The hardest job for a band is to get the crowd going. Deadwood Stone had no problem blowing people away with their music.”
“Deadwood Stone firing things up at The Intersection for their CD-release show,”
“Deadwood Stone has a no-nonsense approach to writing songs. Great melodies combined with complex guitar riffs, catchy hooks, and monstrous percussion make up what Deadwood Stone is all about”
“Deadwood Stone opened for Slash last month. Yeah, that's right. The same Slash you're thinking of. The one with the top-hat and the crazy hair. The one who played during last year's Super Bowl Halftime Show. You know – he used to be in a little band called Guns 'n' Roses. Deadwood Stone was one of twenty bands chosen by Slash to perform during his Apocalyptic Love tour after the members submitted the music video for "The Man," a single from their upcoming album.”
“Recoil caught up with the Droski brothers last month and found out more about Deadwood Stone’s opening slots for big-time touring bands, the making of Ashes, the music video for their song “The Man,” and their origins at the old Skelletones.”
“…the name just sounds Rock N Roll and rock they did last Saturday night at the Log Cabin Bar in Grand Rapids. With two nights of performances both Friday and Saturday Deadwood packed them in.”
“Deadwood Stone is the only band in West Michigan in recent memory that can put down an all original set and leave the crowd wanting more. Their debut E.P. is called the “Exit Strategy E.P.” and has become a staple in the play lists of all who follow local music in Michigan. ”
“MUSKEGON – Country act Brian Lorente and the Usual Suspects of Eaton Rapids and hard rock band Deadwood Stone of Grand Rapids were co-winners of the Muskegon Summer Celebration Battle of the Bands on Friday night at Club Envy. ”
"The website is Deadwoodstone.com and you know your at the right site when you see four dudes with tough guy faces standing in front of heavy equipment.You know made of metal and braughn. This may be the most terrifying band in America."
“Deadwood Stone is “a straight-forward rockin’ band of four guys making music brewed in the gut and shot from the hip,” according to its MySpace page. This may be the perfect description of the four-piece from Grand Rapids.”