Our name is a reference to the Rocky Mountains, and it came from a line on AMC's Hell on Wheels.

Karen was ending a 6-year musical hiatus & Clint wanted to join an original project. The series of tubes we call the internets aligned.

And writing folk songs about mountain vistas.
We don’t see too many peaks from Central Illinois.
Sometimes we have to close our eyes.

We raised 175% of our goal and have pretty much the best supporters ever.
Singer-songwriters Karen Bridges and Clint Thomson bring you into a conversation about the ghosts we leave behind, the devils we know, and how to get through the zombie apocalypse. In 2012, they began a collaboration filled with close harmonies and thoughtful lyrics. They gave it a name that gives nod to the mountain landscapes of the West-- Stone & Snow. After a successful crowd-funding campaign in 2014, their debut album, "These Are The Hills", was released. Self-produced with David Rossi (former drummer for Chicago-based touring band, Allister), the album is a monumental collection of fifteen melancholy folk songs on love, loss and exploration amidst the imagery of the landscape to which their name makes reference.

The duo continued to grow their catalog of songs, and by 2016, they were ready to release another body of work, again in collaboration with David Rossi of Bombsight Recording Studio (Bloomington, IL). Through the support of their fans, "Devil That I Know" arrived May 6, 2016. The album represents the next stop on their journey as songwriters and performers. Their songs have taken them on the road to places like Summer Camp Music Festival, Taste of Chicago and the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee.

PRESS-- Some people have said some things about our music:
Sonicbids Spotlight
Stone & Snow w/ Jon Norton, WGLT
Stone & Snow on Sound Ideas, WGLT
Stone & Snow in the Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Illinois