Who is Andy Stone?

ANDY Stone has performed in various parts of the United States under his stage name Vince Vance.

While he was the only permanent member of his band, other members rarely stayed.

Andy Stone was also known as Vince Vance


Andy Stone was also known as Vince Vance

Who is Andy Stone?

Andrew John Franichevich Jr., popularly known as Andy Stone, is best known as the only permanent member of Vince Vance & the Valiants.

Vince Vance & the Valiants are an American rock and roll, country pop, and novelty music group from New Orleans, Louisiana.

The main character, Vince Vance, is portrayed by Andy Stone.

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However, his other group members, the Valiants, are the rotating members of the group.

Various musicians have performed with him over the years.

Andy is also known for his versatility and ability to control.

While performing at a Louisiana Legends benefit at the New Orleans Rock n Bowl in November 2010, Andy was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame for distinguished career.

What are Andy Stone’s hits?

All I Want For Christmas Is You is one of the hits by Andy Stone and his group.

It was originally released in 1989. It has since made six appearances on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in the early 1990s.

Previously, Andy’s group had made a version of the parody song Bomb Iran in 1908, which was an instant hit at the time.

Andy Stone was the only permanent member of Vince Vance & the Valiants


Andy Stone was the only permanent member of Vince Vance & the ValiantsPhoto credit: Facebook/Vince Vance & the Valiant

What has Andy Stone previously said about his band?

Before celebrating his band Vince Vance & the Valiants’ 40th birthday, he was quoted as saying in an interview: “It seems almost impossible that I’ve done that with my life, 40 years of consistent shows.

“Hopefully I handled it with some sovereignty. I always gave them a smile. I always played a minute longer instead of a minute less. I have always been grateful and patient.”

He continued, “Forty years… it really wasn’t comfortable for other people. It hasn’t always been that pleasant for me. It was a struggle to keep a band together.

“I just tweeted this morning, ‘No one I started with is standing by me now. Maybe I had bad breath.’ ”

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