David Stone (keyboardist)

David Stone (Keyboardist)

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Dave Stone is a professional keyboardist/synthesizer virtuoso from Toronto, Canada, born 1952, as Michael David Stoyanoff. Stone was a member of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow and played on the 1978 Rainbow album, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll. Dave played keys for Three Dog Night during a reunion tour, and was a guest musician on the 1980 Max Webster album, Universal Juveniles. Also played in Canadian bands Symphonic Slam, Solo Flight, BB Gabor. Worked on the Bud Matton Agency tour circuit with various club bands and manager Brian Ayers. Formerly married to award winning journalist Madelaine Drohan. Currently working on a side project with his son, a Toronto-based vocalist.


There is also a keyboardist/pianist/from Maine named David Stone who recorded on Mercury Records in the late 1970s with a band call Oak. Oak had a top 30 hit nationally call "King of the Hill" and a few of their other songs charted in Billboard magazine.

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