Stone McEwan returns with a hot new album entitled “Don't Touch It If You Can't Handle It" and " Thunder" his new band featuring Herbert Milo Knowles on percussion, Wesley Cornish on bass and state of the art digital technology to deliver audiences a full live sound. Stone and Thunder now perform at The Conch Inn in Marsh Harbour Abaco and at Nippers on Guana Cay. The album “Don't Touch It If You Can't Handle It" has received positive acclaim from international and Bahamian listeners alike. In the Bahamas the favorite tune is "Party Movin". The album was Written produced and arranged by Stone McEwan at Mackeymedia. This album is not your typical island album, Stone's production style utilizes more of an international approach. Email Stone McEwan at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abaco Recording Artist "STONE" McEwan is back in the studio working on his second solo effort. His first tune "Do Me" has been released as a single. Local Bahamian radio stations however, interpret the song "Do Me" as suggestive and have given it a lukewarm reception. Do Me however, continues to be a very popular "live" song. It is one of the tracks to be included on his album "Hangin' out in Abaco".
Throw it Out Single: Veteran Bahamian entertainer Stone McEwan bounces back on to the Bahamian music scene with a hot new single release entitled" Throw It Out!" Recorded mixed and mastered at Mackeymedia in Freeport. Stone has tested out his humorous new original tune in the Abaco market on "Radio Abaco". If the rest of the Bahamas and the world receives "Throw it out!" the way Abaco has, Stone won't have to work another day in his life! Many now balding Bahamians should remember Stone from his popular band "Will Power". Will Power performed in Freeport in the late 70's and early 80's at "The Connection Room" and "The Wreck Bar" and then moved on to New Providence where they Played at The Playboy Club. (Feb. 1999)