Stone Mountain Crew
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"Sharpe Dunaway"

"Very upbeat and fun. It's the slap in the face today's music needs!" - Magic 105

"Tim Anthony"

"The hottest new band in Little Rock. Bringing you reggae fused folk and rock." - Afrodesia Studios

"Arkansas Times Musician Showcase 2005"

“After two weeks of excruciatingly close judges’ decisions in the Musicians Showcase….the surprising Conway (duo) Stone Mountain (Crew) made it competitive, not to mention fun, with its unique rock/modern-folk sound.” - Arkansas Times


Everything is Temporary released in late 2005. Tracks such as Sexual Overdrive, Legalization, Everything is Temporary and Treefrog Vibrations have recieved unsolicited internet radio play.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Stone Mountain Crew is an up-and-coming unique trio specializing in classic rock with modern infiltrations. From the heart of Arkansas they send a message of positive feelings, human understanding and politically infused lyrics to the rest of the world. They easily move between genres of reggae to folk to rock to always mindfully fun musicn infiltrations.

Their vision includes communicating these feelings to young and old alike; bridging the generations through the medium of music. The name of the band is met to encompass not only the musicians, but also all of the family, friends and all those who feel the magic of Stone Mountain.

Since original music is the name of the game, and because of the music originality, we have never met two people who could pinpoint the genre of SMC .

The Arkansas Times classified the music as "...unique rock/modern-folk sound" when competing as a semifinalist in the Times' Musician Showcase 2005 (a competition featuring original music only). They described Stone Mountain as, "..competitive, not to mention fun.." during our performance in February.

DJ Sharpe Dunaway, of Magic 105, has recently (July 06) described their music as

"Very upbeat and fun. It's the slap in the face today's music needs!"

Tired of the repetitive nature of what was on the radio, Geoff began songwriting in search of a new style. Influenced heavily by 70’s Rock and reggae, he stumbled upon a genre-bending style which epitomizes Stone Mountain life and leaving people to wonder what the hell that genre was. The addition of music veterans Shane Johnston (Tophat Monkey) and Frederick Lovette (Congo Phredd) has caused the music to evolve to a new level.

Tim Anthony of Afrodesia Studios in Little Rock described it as "Reggae fused folk and rock".

Since then they have built not only a strong internet presence, with many fans, some as far away as Germany but also an ever increasing locally derived fan base.

SMC continues to play locally and club venues, parties and local music festivals.