Freddie Stone

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This article is about the American musician. For the Canadian musician of the same name, see Fred Stone (musician).

Freddie Stone (born Frederick Stewart, June 5, 1947, Vallejo, California, United States) is an African-American musician, best known for his role as co-founder, guitarist, and vocalist in the band Sly and the Family Stone, the frontman for which was his brother Sly Stone. His sisters Rosie Stone and Vet Stone were also members of the band.

After leaving the band in the mid-1970s, Freddie Stone signed a short recording contract with Motown Records.

Stone has six children, Casey, Stacey, Freddie Jr., Simon, Joy and Kristi.

According to a 2009 KCRW interview with Sly Stone, Freddie is currently a pastor in Vallejo, California.

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