Garage/psych-rocker Tedo Stone developed his musical talents early on, fronting his first band at the age of 12 and gigging around the bar circuit near his hometown of Covington, Georgia.
Coming from a musical family where vintage soul, country, and rock were a mainstay, his 2013 debut, Good Go Bad, reflects his varied tastes and retro pop acumen pulling elements from glam, alt-country, and psych. It was also his first release for Atlanta-based Southern-centric label This Is American Music. While living in the musically fertile college town of Athens, Georgia, Stone's music began to take on a noisier, freewheeling character that recalled Dinosaur Jr. and Neil Young, and he paired up with producer Drew Vandenberg (Deerhunter, Of Montreal) to record his follow-up, 2015's decidedly grittier Marshes. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi