Preacher Stone

Played 2011 & Playing 2022

About Preacher Stone

Ronnie Riddle – Lead Vocals & Harmonica
Marty Hill – Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar & Dobro
Ben Robinson – Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar &Vocals
Johnny Webb – B3, Piano, Keys & Vocals
Josh Wyatt – Drums & Vocals
Jim Bolt – Bass Guitar & Vocals

Guitarist Marty Hill formed Preacher Stone choosing award winning Nashville Singer Ronnie Riddle as lead vocalist. Together they have become one of the strongest song writing teams out there touring. They took their time searching for the musicians who they wanted to form the band line-up. These top musicians in their fields would join them to form Preacher Stone – Johnny Webb (Keys), Jim Bolt (Bass), Ben Robinson (Guitar) and Josh Wyatt (Drums).

Preacher Stone was launched by Kurt Sutter who put their song “Not Today” on two seasons of his Hit FX Series, Sons of Anarchy. They give the show credit for quickly expanding their fanbase stateside and abroad.

The band feels their 4th release, Remedy, is their best work musically as of yet. The album is a “press play” journey from beginning to end. These guys are the real deal and Preacher Stone’s music appeals to a wide variety of music fans. Their 2017 six country European tour was so successful, they headed back to Europe in 2018.

Some have called it a true resurrection in Southern Rock like the greats of the 1970’s who paved the way for classic rock played by good ole boys from the South – Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Marshall Tucker, The Outlaws and from the 90’s The Black Crowes.

The recipe for their growing success: great music, powerful live performances and the relationship they have with their fans. They are partnered with Texas Silver Star Whiskey and the band signed with label NoNo Bad Dog Productions in 2016.

What Passengers Think

First time on RLC cruise and it was, by far, one of the best damn times I’ve ever had in my life! Loved every band we saw, especially Sammy, Bad Company and Artimus Pyle! Had already booked for VII before we even went on this one and won’t be giving up my reservation for anything! I do agree with another reviewer that the chair reserving/holding on the deck needs to be addressed and the smoking everywhere on deck 11 was a little much. Thank you NAHA for nailing it for us true rockers!!

Mary, Talk about a Rock-n-Roll fantasy! Mary, Talk about a Rock-n-Roll fantasy!

This was our first RLC, we REALLY wanted to do this one because of Uriah Heep and The Circle. The fact that Steppenwolf, Blue Oyster Cult, and Bad Company were on it also just sweetened the pot. It was our first time seeing Todd Rundgren, Gary Hoey, Quiet Riot, Artimus Pyle and Elvin Bishop, who were all great! We caught parts of some of the other bands and unfortunately some not at all. We didn’t leave the ship at all because there just too much GREAT music!
The artist we met were all very nice. Loved the Meet and Greets. And now we have new bands to follow.
My only complaints ( and they wouldn’t stop my husband and I from returning) were the saving of the chairs with towels, and the staff in the buffet room seemed ill equipped to handle the crowds, which were predictable. Also, I thought the buffet room should have had longer daytime hours, that would have helped with tables not available. But we weren’t there for the food or the destination. We were there for the non stop music. Gary Hoey and the All Star Jam was the best surprise, we didn’t move for 3 hours, didn’t want to miss a second of that great show. Gary was a terrific host.
We will be back! Oh and fun swag too!

Beckie Webster, Terrific Beckie Webster, Terrific