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Published on Aug 16, 2010
The band Stone Country released their only album in 1968, the pivotal year that also saw releases from other L.A.-based country-rock pioneers like Gram Parson and The International Submarine Band (Safe At Home), The Byrds (Sweetheart Of The Rodeo), The Dillards (Wheatstraw Suite), Dillard and Clark (The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark), and The Everly Brothers (Roots).
Today the band is probably remembered chiefly for featuring singer-songwriter Steve Young (the guy with the mustache), who would go on to have a brilliant but criminally underappreciated career in Americana and alternative country, composing such songs as "Seven Bridges Road" and "Montgomery In The Rain".