Madeline Stone

Madeline Stone is an American songwriter.

Stone, who is Jewish, lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and specializes in Inspirational music.[1]

Stone was born in Brooklyn, and reared on Long Island. She is a graduate of Syracuse University in music education, and holds a master's degree in music therapy from Goddard College.[2]

She is best known for her Inspirational music, such as "It's in God's Hands Now," co-written with Allen Shamblin. She also has written hits for country, pop, and R&B singers.[2] These include Billy Gilman, CeCe Winans, Jaci Velasquez, Steve Holy, Jane Zhang, Ray Charles, Melba Moore, Wilson Phillips, Alannah Myles and United States Senator Orrin Hatch.[2] She had song in the movies Oceans 12[3] and Stuart Little and recently the American Fango.

She wrote for Sony Music for 15 years and was also signed to Warner Brothers.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Leibovich, Mark (December 8, 2009). "A Senator's Gift to the Jews, Nonreturnable". The New York Times. Retrieved December 25, 2009.
  2. ^ a b c Kawashima, Dale. "Madeline Stone Enjoys Hit Songwriting Success in Pop, Christian, Country and R&B Genres". Songwriter's Universe Magazine. Retrieved December 25, 2009.
  3. ^ "Oceans 12".