Rocky Gaines Singles
|1.||The Ride & The Road To Rosharon|
|8.||His Not Loving Me|
"Black Stone" was recorded in Nashville, with producer Johnny Pierce (Jimmie Spheeris, Juice Newton, Kathy Mattea). Rocky Gaines is an Americana/Folk artist. In her music is contained a strong blend of African-American music spices with percussive and rhythmic undertones, evidenced on songs such as the Cajun-Zydeco flavored, "Do You Ever Think About Me," the reggae-influenced "Outside the Lines," the gospel-inspired "We Will Miss You" and her homage to the election of Nelson Mandela, "Stand In Line," with its infectious African chant.