Henry Stone Music

Henry Stone’s Alston Label

John Huddy Herald Entertainment Editor “Miami has another locally produced hit record and it’s a good one: “Funky Nassau,” which really does capture the lively combination of island sound and modern rhythm and blues, is climbing the charts. It’s on Henry Stone’s Alston label…”

Benny Latimore In The Miami Herald: “Newest Prodigy From TK Productions” (1974)

Article by John Huddy, Entertainment Editor for The Miami Herald – November 4th, 1974 For more than a decade, a bright young rhythm-and-blues singer worked his way from one noisy discotheque to another. Time passed quickly and suddenly Benny Latimore was 30 years old. Then 32, Then 34. “But you never give up hoping, you […]

#FromTheArchives – Miami Herald article about KC and the Sunshine Band

This one is not very old, but it is a great article from the Miami Herald about the 1970s by Joe Cardona; how Henry Stone took KC and The Sunshine Band to worldwide success and together helped create one of the most popular music styles in history, right from a little studio in Hialeah, Florida. […]