Beginning as a trio from Walnut Creek in the mid-1960s and developing into an elaborate 11-piece traveling communal festival favorite by 1969, Stoneground boasted many great musicians as well as several of the most talented singers of the era, each with a distinctive voice and style. One of the hardest working bands, they took their soulful San Francisco groove around the world, packing countless nightclubs and becoming a ubiquitous presence at rock festivals the world over.

They continued releasing respected albums into the early 1970s, but like so many of their Bay Area contemporaries, Stoneground was a band best experienced live.

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