Stone joined Adler’s Appetite in 2011 after being referred to the band by the legendary Slash. “This guy’s got pipes,” said Adler’s Appetite bassist Chip Z’Nuff, citing that “his show is over the top – you’re going to get a great show – like a mini Woodstock without the mud.” Adler added, “He’s doing a fabulous job, we’re very pleased with him.”
“It’s an honor to be working with these guys,” commented Stone, “a dream come true. Stone, who is also an actor, has appeared in HBO’s Deadwood and John From Cincinatti. Ironically, this isn’t Stone’s first G’n’R connect – he was slated to be the new singer for West Arkeen’s band at the time of his death.
Adler’s Appetite also features bassist Chip Z’ Nuff, and guitarists Michael Thomas and Lonnie Paul.
Patrick Stone spent October of 2012 Touring Europe with his band Steelgrave as direct support for Ektomorf. Patrick is now back in LA, writing and recording a new album for a brand new project that will launch early 2013.
Patrick spent 2011 touring the U.S. and Canada as the lead singer for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Steven Adler (Guns N’ Roses) and Adler’s Appetite. He is also the singer, songwriter of the LA outfit Aces N Eights, for which he produced the debut EP “Dead Man’s Hand.” Patrick has worked with such artists as Lemmy Killmeister and Phil Campbell (Motorhead), West Arkeen (The Outpatience), Jimmy Bain (Dio), Simon Wright (AC/DC), Slash, Duff McKagen, and Matt Sorum (Velvet Revolver), Frankie Banali, Chuck Wright (Quiet Riot), the Australian band Mammal and many more.
On coming on board as part of the Virgin Blak family Patrick said: “I live for cool clothes and couldn’t be more excited.”