Nashville comes to Michigan when John Stone pays a visit to a local watering hole in Flint.

John Stone and The Trailer Park All Stars recently brought Nashville to Flint, MI at Flip Flops Grill & Chill. Stone, whom you can catch regularly at some of the biggest venues in Nashville, is currently spreading his electrifying show through midwest and southern U.S. as well as a few big shows in Australia. As for Michigan, home of Kid Rock, many fans know him as a Five-time performer on Kid Rock’s Chillin’ the Most Cruise.

At Flip Flop’s, Stone played a scorching 2 hr set that had the crowd on fire from song one. The set blended hits from his newest album Frozen Margaritas and Leftover Pizza and old and new Country favorites. For me the real show stopper was when the All-Stars busted out the Heavy Rock with songs from Metallica and AC/DC, adding an extra spark to the party. I was even lucky enough to go up and jam a Johnny Cash classic with the boys. I also got to sit down and shoot the shit with John about his tour, our biggest influences, and the Kid Rock Cruise.

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Mike Leslie is the lead singer and guitarist of the Detroit-based Mike Leslie Band. Formed in 2012, MLB has sold out numerous shows, won two Detroit Music Awards, including the People’s Choice Award, showcased at SXSW 2013 and 2014 and won DOUG FM’s regional crown at Battle of the Bands. In 2014, MLB released their debut album and went on the road for their first headlining U.S. tour. Mike earned a BA in Psychology from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan and minored in Art History and English. His skill as a author and love of the written word was refined in college, but goes back to his early days in high school as an aspiring song writer and musician. Mike Leslie joins National Rock Review as a Celebrity Columnist. He will be a regular contributor with his column, 'Letters From Leslie', covering artists both in Detroit and across the nation.