50 YEARS IN ENTERTAINMENT!
In 2017, saxophonist Jerry Martini and The Family Stone perform the great music made popular by Sly and The Family Stone on platinum recordings and tours: “Dance to the Music” (1968), “Everyday People” (1968), “Hot Fun In The Summertime” (1969), and “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin” (1969), to name a few. Contact PBPR for general interviews with Jerry Martini. Although Sly Stone (Stewart) was the heart of the group, he said that ‘Jerry Martini started the group,’ that it was Jerry Martini’s idea that ultimately led to the formation of the pop music phenomenon.
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ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE, 1ST iHEART FESTIVAL
In the first two days of the first iHEART FESTIVAL, Steven Tyler and Jeff Beck led a group that included Cynthia Robinson and Jerry Martini of the original Sly & The Family Stone in an electrifying arena performance of the Sly Stone classic “Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf agin)” – MGM GRAND, LAS VEGAS
THE IRISH TIMES, THE ELECTRIC PICNIC
THE GUARDIAN LONDON, RONNIE SCOTSThe Family Stone boasts three founding members, including saxophonist Jerry Martini, the catalyst for their formation back in hippy San Fransisco. They have a fabulous repertoire from a golden era of psychedelic soul…their catchy, brittle fanfare that make The Family Stone authentic — JOHN L WALTERS
Bethel Woods Music & Arts, Woodstock Festival
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