Marlowe Stone
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Marlowe Stone

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Single - Ready to Shine
Single - Two Hearts
Single - Did I?
Single - Everyday Hero
Single - Touching the Sky
EP - Blue Satin Dress



Born in Toronto in 1972, Marlowe Stone started writing songs here at the age of 10. She was quickly noticed by some of Toronto’s hottest producers. Marlowe honed her craft over the next decade and finally she was ready to work on her own CD in the late 1990s. Marlowe’s debut CD, Blue Satin Dress was recorded over 2 wildly creative years in Chicago. Pieces were coming together but something crucial wasn’t fitting quite right…Marlowe wanted to move back to Toronto to launch her solo career in her hometown.
“Anything else just didn’t feel right”, says Stone. “My music is a product of being raised in Toronto on Cancon and I wanted to give back to that system. I have to say that I’ll never leave Toronto again”.
Since then, songs from Blue Satin Dress have ranked Top 5 in the MIX 99.9 Song Competition and her video for “Losing You” charted at #3 in Muchmoremusic’s Countdown.
While Marlowe became a regular in Toronto clubs performing with her jazzy pop, 8 piece band, she continued to evolve as a songwriter. Marlowe Stone Originals is a business that Marlowe has been fostering to offer her songwriting services to clients - commercial and indie, large and small. Most recently, Marlowe was commissioned to write the song “Keep the Wheels Turning” for Cycle for Survival. This fundraiser raised 1.2 million dollars for New York’s renowned cancer centre, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Marlowe’s song became an anthem for thousands of families dealing with the disease.
Marlowe is constantly amazed by how her music can touch thousands and individuals at the same time. That’s what keeps her own songwriting wheels "turning” in Toronto, the city where she finds endless inspiration. She says, “Popular music is the storytelling of our times and there are millions of stories to tell. That’s why I never get tired of writing pop songs, it’s like writing a 3 minute piece of cultural history.”