Sly and the Family Stone

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Sly and the Family Stone
Origin San Francisco, California, United States
Genres Rock, funk, soul, psychedelic soul, rhythm and blues
Years active 1967–1975
Labels Epic, Stone Flower
Associated acts The Original Family Stone, Little Sister
Website slystonemusic.com
Past members
Sly Stone
Freddie Stone
Cynthia Robinson
Jerry Martini
Vet Stewart
Mary McCreary
Elva Mouton
Larry Graham
Greg Errico
Rose Stone
Gerry Gibson
Pat Rizzo
Max Kerr
Rustee Allen
Andy Newmark
Bill Lordan
Sid Page
Vicki Blackwell
Jim Strassburg
Adam Veaner
Dennis Marcellino

Sly and the Family Stone was an American rock, funk and soul band. The band was formed in 1967 and broke up in 1983. the band played an important park in the development of soul, funk, and psychedelic music. The group was led by Sly Stone. It also included several of his siblings. They are known for their songs "Everyday People" and "Dance to the Music".

In 1993, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[1]

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