TK REPORTS ACTIVE PERIOD NEW YORK – Henry Stone, President of TK Productions, and Steve Alaimo, Director of A&R, have announced that TK has reached its most active period in chart records, sales, and artist development to date. The company currently has six singles on the national r&b charts with Latimore’s “Let’s Straighten It Out” […]
Billboard – A Spotlight On America July 4th, 1976 “In recent years newer indie companies have made certain important contributions to the overall pop music scene around the world. Those most worthy of mention iniclude: T.K., called the “Independent’s independent.” In recent years, it has lived up to its reputation. T.K.’s President, Henry Stone, is […]
T K Prod’ns Inc., 495 SE 10 Coun. Hialeah. Fla.33010. Tel: (305) 888-1685. Pres.: Henry Stone; A&A Dir.: Steve Alaimo; Sales Mgr.: Milt Oshins; Special Servs. Co-ord.: Sherry Smith; Nat’I Promo. Dir.: Gary Schaffer; A&B Promo. Dir .: Fred Rector; lnt’I Co-ord.: Alan Grubman. Labels: (Owned) Blue Candle, Bold. Cat, Glades. Weird World; (distributed) Bil-Mar. […]
T.K. Productions: Glades, Alston, Cat, Chimneyville, Contempo, Blue Candle, Simtone, and Weird World Records
Arnold “Hoss” Albury is a king of the musical keys, and his Florida sound has gone around the world and back. In college he was one of the “Marching One Hundreds” of Florida A&M University. In Miami, he percolated through Henry Stone’s many labels sharpening his chops as a songwriter, earning influential credits, and playing […]
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History of Henry Stone Music Henry Stone, T.K. Office, Hialeah, Florida (1975) AMG Biography Born June 3, 1921, in the Bronx, NY, Henry Stone began playing the trumpet in his teens, inspired by jazz great Louis Armstrong. Later at a military camp in New Jersey, he played in bands. After being discharged in 1946, he […]