After the band's dissolution in 1975, "Sister Rose" (as she was also known) married Sly Stone's former manager/co-producer, Bubba Banks. She later recorded a solo album on Motown Records, billed as 'Rose Banks'.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Stone worked as a backingsession singer, appearing on recordings by Michael Jackson, Phish, Ringo Starr, Reef and Bobbysocks!. Stone is today part of the musical department at her brother Freddie's church. She returned to her gospel roots in 1983 when she sang on Sandra Crouch's Grammy Award-winning album We Sing Praises, soloing on the old hymn "Power in the Blood". She has been associated with the Crouch family and the music department of Christ Memorial COGIC in California for many years.
She also appears on Robbie Williams' album Escapology as an example on the track "Revolution" a duet with Williams. She is the featured soloist in the church choir in the movie The Ladykillers. She is heard also in the music in the final credits. Her daughter, Lisa Stone, sings with Vet Stone and Cynthia Robinson in a Sly & the Family Stone tribute band. In 2006 Stone reunited with the original Family Stone.
In 2011 and 2012, Stone and her daughter Lisa toured with Elton John as members of his vocal backing group.
Stone appears briefly in a deleted scene "Judith's Youth" on the DVD of the movie 20 Feet from Stardom.