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Jazz guitarist Ed Stone has released his third CD “King Of Hearts.”  This CD continues to demonstrate Stone’s strong skills in song writing, arranging and producing.  Ed says,  “my songs are written to excite thinking patterns and personal reflection about life’s possibilities.”

Stone’s creative musical career began in Seattle, Washington at age 12 and now continues here in Detroit where he makes his home. Stone studied music in college and has played in numerous jazz and top 40 groups. “I always knew I was a musician inside,” he said, “The guitar allows me to tell my story in a creative way that the listener understands.”

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