Stone Poneys

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Stone Poneys (also the Stone Poneys, Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Poneys, and The Stone Poneys With Linda Ronstadt) were a folk rock trio formed in Los Angeles, consisting of Linda Ronstadt on vocals, Bobby Kimmel on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Kenny Edwards on lead guitar. Their recordings include Ronstadt's first hit song, a cover of Mike Nesmith's "Different Drum". Even at this early stage, Ronstadt was showcasing her performances of an eclectic mix of songs, often from under-appreciated songwriters, requiring a wide array of backing musicians.

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Stone Poneys
OriginLos Angeles, California, United States
GenresFolk rock
Years active1965–1968
LabelsCapitol
Past membersLinda Ronstadt
Bobby Kimmel
Kenny Edwards
Shep Cooke
Kit Alderson
John Forsha
John Ware
John Keski
Herb Steiner
Bill Martin
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The band released three albums: The Stone Poneys; Evergreen, Volume 2; and Linda Ronstadt, Stone Poneys and Friends, Vol. III. All three albums were reissued in CD format in the 1990s in the US. The first two albums were reissued in Australia in 2008.

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