Pre-order our new shirt!

Now through March 31st! Visit our online store to pre-order our new Thundercloud shirt design! Get free shipping on your entire order with the code: THUNDERCLOUD. We’ll even throw in a free sticker and an additional surprise.

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Our 2017 Tiny Desk Contest Video!

We did a hostile takeover of Program Director Mike McCurdy’s office at WGLT and are now able to bring you this message. Our NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest entry! When we learned NPR would be hosting their Tiny Desk Contest for the third year, this song was barely a chorus. We knew we had to finish to, refine it and record it for this year’s contest. And we did! Check it out – propagate! Go!

“Burn This House Down” – Stone & Snow
Written by: Karen Bridges and Clint Thomson (Stone & Snow)
Performed by Stone & Snow with special guests Kenny Shepard (percussion) and Chuck Hill (upright bass)

Video by: Nathan Bridges & Karen Bridges
Sound Engineer: David Rossi, Bombsight Recording Studio

2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest Entry

THE DESK: Hostile takeover of WGLT Program Director, Mike McCurdy’s office.

THE SONG:
If you wanna burn this house down, I gotta let you know
It aint gonna be easy the way the wind’s been blowin’
If you wanna burn this house down, you best have a plan
I can stand in this inferno, I’m not sure if you can

Stoke the fire ’til the flames burn higher
And everything smolders to ash
But don’t come crawling back when there’s nothing left

If you think you’ve got an army, better look around
You’re only King of Idiocracy, and you proudly wear the crown
If you think you’ve got an army, what are they fighting for?
I pledge allegiance to hypocrisy, there’s no justice in war

Stoke the fire ’til the flames burn higher
And everything smolders to ash
But don’t come crawling back when there’s nothing left

I’ve got the match now
Don’t turn your back now
I’ve got the match now
Don’t turn your back
I’ve got the match
The tables are turning ’round
I’m not the only one here
With something to lose my dear, no

If you wanna burn this house down, I’m sure you understand
No way you’ll get away with it, no, devil be damned

Stoke the fire ’til the flames burn higher
And everything smolders to ash
But don’t come crawling back when there’s nothing left

Stoke the fire ’til the flames burn higher
And everything smolders to ash
But don’t come crawling back when there’s nothing left

Songwriter Series Feb 4th!

Reserve your seat at our performance on February 4th as part of Duncan Manor’s Songwriter Series! We’re thrilled to be a part of this special series of fundraiser house concerts. The series includes performances by Dan Hubbard, Chicago Farmer, The Deep Hollow, Nick Africano, Elliot Sedgwick, and Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen and we are honored to be among these great local and regional songwriters. Seats are limited, and the show may sell out so grab your spot today! The show is BYOB, doors open at 7 and our performance starts at 8pm. Paintings by Cincinnati-based abstract artist, Suzanne Lambert will be on display throughout the evening. See you there! [RESERVATIONS]

Thundercloud – New Music Video!

Fall is here. It’s lovely. As we head into the colder months, Karen will have to say goodbye to one of her favorite things… thunderclouds. If you’ve been listening to “Devil That I Know”, you’ve heard the Thundercloud. Now you can see it. We’ve released a new music video featuring time lapse videography of some of the monumental clouds we get to see here in the plains. Take a look, listen, share:

Live @ WTVP Studios 11/18!

We’re thrilled to be headed to WTVP-Peoria on November 18th for an in-studio performance and taping as part of their “State & Water” music series, and we need you to join us! WTVP needs a live studio audience during our taping– reservations are FREE, but must be made in advance online. The performance will be distilled down to an hour production to be aired at a later date. We’d love to have you join us for this very special performance on the Peoria Riverfront. Hope to see you!

Stone & Snow @ Duncan Manor 9/2!

We are happy to announce we’ll be performing a special barn concert at Duncan Manor on September 2, 2016 with special guests, The Deep Hollow, a talented trio of singer-songwriters from Springfield! This performance comes in conjunction with a Fall Vintage and Handmade Market called Boondocks Market as well as tours of the historic manor. Tickets are $17 in advance or $20 at the gate. Portion of the proceeds benefits the restoration of Duncan Manor, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.

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“Devil That I Know” Available Now!

Our sophomore full-length album, “Devil That I Know” is available now! You can listen to the album online at Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music and more. It can be purchased from our store, iTunes, Amazon Music and more. All digital downloads from our store and Bandcamp come with a bonus Digital Booklet including all the lyrics, track credits and additional photos. We think you’re really going to like it!

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