For Joe Stone, growing up in a house full of wild parties and non-stop music was one of a kind journey; And just like Henry Stone, Joe created his own pioneering role in the music business.
After sneaking and fighting his way into the studio as a teenager, Joe became a producer, engineer, art director, artist, and promoter. His voice is in the DNA of Miami Bass, his parody act 2 Live Jews is still relevant, and he brought techno music to every major sporting event in America.
Thanks to Matthew Billy from the award winning Between The Liner Notes podcast who recently stopped by the HSM headquarters to interview Joe for an upcoming episode.
If you haven’t checked out what Entertainment Weekly is raving about, (“BTLN is the ultimate listen for rock-doc lovers. It dives deep into the world of music, musicians, and the industry. Each episode investigates a fascinating story you’ve never heard before.”) Make sure and tune in.
Host Matthew Billy is a professional audio engineer by trade. He asked great questions about hits such as L’Trimm’s “Cars With The Boom,” Gucci Crew II’s “Sally That Girl,” and Joe Stone’s first BILLBOARD placement for “Ronnie’s Rap.”
The interview also talks about radio promotion, the Mafia, licensing music to video games, keeping alive music from the 1950’s, how to clean-up smoke damage after a warehouse fire, and the future of HenryStoneMusic.
Stay tuned, we’ll let you know when the episode drops.
From 1946 to 2014, Henry Stone ruled the Florida music industry with an iron fist, a brick of cash, and a warehouse full of vinyl. HSM is the last of over one hundred record labels he personally founded. This record label includes works from every decade in his sixty-five year career right up until today. Licensing available for film, samples, advertising, movies, video games, and more. Family owned and operated.