Stoney and Meatloaf
Stoney and Meatloaf (1971-1972): a Rock band from Detroit, Michigan, USA.
uet Stoney and Meatloaf is a duet of singer Meat Loaf (who concatenated his name; Real Name: Marvin Lee Aday) and Stoney (Real Name: Shaun Murphy). Together, they released one self-titled album in 1971. The pair had met previously in the Detroit music scene, and performed with the Detroit cast of the stage play Hair. Meat Loaf, whose name was styled "Meatloaf" on the album, had a minor hit with What You See Is What You Get.
The pair disbanded when the record company cut their vocals on "Who Is the Leader of the People?" and replaced them with Edwin Starr's vocals. Meat Loaf was soon after released from the Motown contract by management. Murphy, on the other hand, was retained for a bit longer, then left on her own to pursue other offers.
Meat Loaf went on to a successful solo career and massive hit albums, most notably Bat Out of Hell.
Murphy was known for her longtime association with Bob Seger, then joined Eric Clapton's band, for his Behind the Sun Tour in 1985, prior to joining Little Feat, as a lead singer in 1993.
Dashboard for Stoney and Meatloaf