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Resurrected from the graves of Providence; Stone Nobles are an unwavering force of sound known for their enticing stage presence and catchy songcraft. The group has been active since 2019, emerging from the University of Rhode Island bar scene to spread their notoriety across Southern New England and beyond.
The Noble catalog bears a wide variety of influences such as Thin Lizzy, Alice Cooper, Judas Priest, Metallica, Guns & Roses, and Foo Fighters. These giants have inspired Stone Nobles to join the modern classic Rock Revival driven by the likes of Dirty Honey, Greta Van Fleet, and Rival Sons.
In contrast to their heavy and mystical 2022 EP "The Rider," Stone Nobles' most recent single comes in the form of a jaunty love song titled "Come on Sadie." Give it a listen on your favorite streaming service and be on the look out for performance dates near you!
Origin: Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Genre: Hard Rock
Active: 2019 - Present
Ross Reign, King of Hearts
Rhythm Guitar/Lead Vox
Lancer Steele, King of Spades
Lead Guitar/Lead Vox
Coyote Kaiser, Duke of Diamonds
Brody Silver, King of Clubs
"Come on Sadie" is the latest release from Stone Nobles. This sing-along-single can be heard on all major streaming services.
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Children of the Night
- Mike K.
"If rock'n'roll lives in your heart,
it never dies!"
- Dominika G.
- Jennifer L.
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"Stone Nobles wasn't kidding when they said they put out a killer. The music kicks in like a bat out of hell, and like the name suggests, takes you on what feels like a cycle ride through the underworld. In a Rob Zombie meets WASP meets Ghost sound, this EP has the spooky, the dark, and the heavy, all in one. This is an EP to be blasted through the stereo of a car blazing down a highway in the middle of the night."
- Rayna Leigh
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