STONESY is a Seattle based band faithfully reproducing the timeless music of the Rolling Stones on stage.
MEET THE BAND
Marc has been involved in the Seattle Music Scene for over 20 years, contributing his talents towards a multitude of local bands including Full Metal Jacket, WingsNThings: The Music of Paul McCartney, Borrowed Time – The Music of Styx, Just One Look – Tribute to Linda Ronstadt, Third Stage – Tribute to Boston and Tony LaStella’s Wise Guys, as well as The Kings of Hollywood – Tribute to the Eagles. His vocal and instrumental abilities have earned Marc a successful place in the local music industry as one of the Northwest’s most versatile performers.
Direct from the far-off magical lumber mills of Ballard, where Scandinavians roam free, we present to you our newest member – Ron Smevik!
Ron has been performing on stages across the northwest as half of the acoustic duo SamNella, as a founding member of The Rockafellers, and for the past 12 years in Wings N Things: The Music Of Paul McCartney.
Ron’s love of The Rolling Stones shows no limits – even going so far as naming his children Ruby Tuesday and Jack Flash. Just to get into this band. :>)
Dalina Thrift-Viveros is a Seattle-based multi-instrumentalist specializing in saxophone and vocals. She has been performing professionally for over 20 years and has played all different kinds of shows, from busking to bars and restaurants, weddings, casinos, and festivals.
She is a founding member of Fever 103 (Foreigner tribute) and is also a member of Sonic Funk (70s and 80s disco and funk tribute), and Mystery Date (70s and 80s rock and pop tribute. Dalina is also a member of the Emerald City Saxophone Quartet and one half of the jazz/pop wedding and party duo Off The Record with Ron Leonardi. She has made guest appearances with Mainstreet (Bob Seger tribute), Cherry Cherry (Neil Diamond tribute), The Kings of Hollywood (Eagles tribute), and Pleasure To Burn, as well as the Los Angeles-based wedding and party band Lounge-O-Rama.
The piano lessons his parents made him take never went over well with Karl. But as a teenager, he started borrowing his sister’s guitar and the fun began. Karl has performed solo on his acoustic guitar, played mandolin in duos and played both acoustic and electric guitar in an assortment of rock, folk, and blues bands. Working with these bands and recording a number of CDs has helped him develop a unique style of playing and singing. Karl performs with Alan White (Drummer – Yes/John Lennon) in “White”, and also for Just One Look – Tribute to Linda Ronstadt.
Born in the PNW, Martin moved around throughout childhood but seemed to always boomerang back to the Northwest where he settled.
Martin has been playing bass guitar since he was knee-high to Paul McCartney, cutting his teeth on everything from rock to blues to jazz and theater pit. Past groups include The Portage Bay Big Band, Black Velvet 4, Blue Madness, and Second hand News, a Fleetwood Mac tribute. Currently he is working with tributes such as Just One Look (Linda Ronstadt), Wildflower (Sheryl Crow), and The Kings of Hollywood (The Eagles).
He’s excited to add one more notch on his bass and work with these phenomenal players and pay tribute to The Rolling Stones!
Rock out! Rock on!
Brad has been the powerhouse behind bands of just about every musical style there is over the years. From rock to jazz to blues, Brad delivers drumming precision and style that has been the foundation for bands such as Second Hand Newz – Fleetwood Mac Tribute, Black Velvet 4, Endangered Species, Bad Ju Ju, Rockavores and Root Seller. Brad’s unique and diverse drumming style punches through and hits the pocket every time!
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|Bob Burkevics||(photos from Issaquah's "Concert On The Green" and "Quil Ceda Creek Casino")||Visit The Bob Burkevics Photography Store|
|Bryan Woolley||(assembly of footage from "Chateau St. Michelle")|
|Caron Harris Langlois||(photos from Issaquah's "Concert On The Green")|
|Everett Rock||(video from Chateau St. Michelle and Easy Monkey)||Subscribe to Everett Rock's YouTube Channel|
|Karen Kullberg||(photos from Issaquah's "Concert On The Green")|
|Lorrie Craig||(photos and video footage from Quil Ceda Creek Casino)|
|Michael Hards||(video from Chateau St. Michelle)|
|Tentin Quarrantino||(introduction to Sweet ||Manager of Stonesy and Far-Off-Broadway Productions|