Very talented singer indeed, in fact singing from a very young age and continued to do so through out his life. Huge Motown influences and it clearly reflects in his mix of RnB/soul/gospel/rap. Vocally fantastic, Lyrically superb and the music is calming, uplifting and very pleasant indeed.
Stan started illuminating, sounds he heard at the age of ONE – by the age of three he was singing in the Church choir. His 1st musical appearance was at the age of eight in a community musical. His first club appearance was at the age of thirteen – he open for a group called the Manhattans. When not working alone as “The Alston Experience”, stan works with Cuba Gooding Sr as a member of the Main Ingredient or with his childhood buddies that include Alston, Re’monte, and King.
Since that time his experience has taken him from England to Paris from Harlem New York to Miami, Florida, Atlantic City and in 2013 Stan completed an east coast, and west coast tour to his dream of performing in Las Vegas. He has shared the stage with such greats as Al Green and the late Phyllis Hyman, the Delfonic’s and The Stylistics to name a few. He has performed off broadway with Loretta Devine, in the life story of Thomas A Dorsey the creator of Gospel music.
Stan has a five octave range voice that is clear and angelic. He has written for AT&T, and it’s Reach Out America campaign, also Radio and TV Networks in Baltimore, Maryland. He has authored two books “Faith, Love & Life”, and “Truth By Testimony.” Musically he has released more than twelve CD recordings, and published more than 200 titles, with two books pending. He has received awards from TDK and BMI for his writing capabilities. He is a member of the International society of poets, and has affiliation with BMI, and ASCAP. His biggest musical hit was a tune title “Were Hot” with producer “Vaungh Mason”.
He also has an FCC Lic and was tudored under the watchful ear of Michael Buffer, so lets get ready to rumble with one of our most diverse Entertainment figures today Stan Alston of “The Alston Experience”, with his Jazz-R&B-Latin Soulful sound.
If asked he will tell you the people in the business who influenced him the most were, Motown-Smokey, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Al Jarreau, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, EWF-Phillip Bailey, Al Green, and hometown girl Billy Holiday, he believes that each of them were unique in there way of delivering songs.