Stone Poets

Gleam and Beam

A study by scientist, Geraldine Dawson, measures the interaction between baby and parent. When a mother first touches and looks at her newborn, her right orbitofrontal cortex lights up like a red hot Christmas tree light bulb. That seems to trigger the exact reaction in the same region of the baby’s brain! That  connection  helps baby grow and develop that part of the brain. This region of the brain is responsible for emotional and impulse control, social thinking and the ability to pay attention and focus which is also known as Self-regulation. Self-regulation is the precursor to a person’s capacity for attention and learning.

This is “Gleam and Beam”. Our friend, OT and Neuroscientist, Kim Barthel, coined this phrase to describe the magic that ignites and unites people when they’re attuned to each other.
And magic deserves a song! We can influence positive change through safe and nurturing relationships!

Welcome to “Gleam and Beam”! Available now on Bandcamp.

Harmony Arts Festival

Are you coming? Sat July 31 at 2:45-4:00, we’ll be performing on the Millennium Stage in West Vancouver.

Check details on our tour page. See you there!!! We missed you.

Happenings on a small stage

Hello friends. It’s been a long time, 1.5 years to be exact since we’ve gigged. We’re really excited to be starting to book some live shows and we’d love to see you there. Graham Stang will be kicking off the show at 6 pm.

This one is special to us as it’s in Scott’s hometown of Maple Ridge. Hope to see you there. Make sure you call and reserve a spot.

Check out details on our tour page.

Get the Vax


Get the Vax was created to inspire people to get their Covid 19 vaccination,
“We wanna get back to where the party never ends!
Together, we can end this pandemic! We need to reach herd immunity and vaccines are the front and center of making this happen…but keep doing all the other good stuff too!
This is our shot, let’s do this!
Guest starring Brian Poulsen on guitar.
Produced by Marc Gladstone and Sheldon Zaharko and Stone Poets at Zed Productions.


Our dear friend Tim Mohan has made another video for us. We’re just waiting for it to arrive. In the meantime, please check out YouTube channel for some very cool videos by Tim and other live shows.

Miss you all very much!

We Dance

We are so excited to share our newest video for “We Dance” by artist Tim Mohan Mohan is an extremely eclectic and talented contemporary artist. He is a prolific artist and his art crosses as many genres as his imagination allows ranging from wildlife to Aboriginal Spiritual themes and environmental activism themes.

He also has a YouTube channel, please subscribe to his channel while you’re watching our video.

Become a Patron

Hello dear friends.

You may have heard that we’re writing our new album “Human” right now. Sadly we didn’t get accepted for a grant for the album, so we’re looking for inventive ways to fund the project.

With the pandemic, all our shows were cancelled in 2020, we missed out on some very cool festivals, venues and private shows. That money would have gone into producing the new album.

So if you’d like to help out, we added a page on this site that tells you how.

The fun will begin if you become a Patron, that way you’ll get a behind the scene look at the process and the journey.

You can also make a donation on our paypal page or by email. Follow this link, for those links.

Thank you so much for being in our lives. Please stay safe, much love Cherelle, Marc and Scott.

Wear a Mask

Stone Poets felt compelled to write and record, “Wear a Mask”.
When the Covid 19 pandemic hit, all their live concerts were cancelled, which included festivals, venues and private shows.  Hot off an eastern Canadian tour in the fall, their career was stopped in its tracks.

After months of social isolating and listening to health department regulations, Cherelle, Marc and Scott grew weary of watching social media and news channels showing people not wearing masks and participating in “freedom rallies”, so they decided to use their platform in the music industry, write and record, “Wear a Mask”, and put together a fun video to inspire others to wear a mask.”We wanna get back to the way life used to be”, Cherelle sings…The song is a step outside their usual genre but they wanted to write an upbeat, danceable song to get the message across to mass appeal.

Recorded with Sheldon Zaharko at Zed Productions, Juno nominated Producer/Engineer and Winner of the West Coast Music Award for Engineer of the year, Marc Gladstone, keyboardist in the Canadian band Prism along with bandmates Cherelle and Scott.
Adding the pop/funk flavour to the track is guest artist, internationally renowned guitarist Brian Poulsen The video was put together with friends and fans that sent in their photos to support the message.
“It’s such a simple task … please wear a mask.”


Stone Poets new music.

Hello dear friends.

We are all going through a difficult time right now and we want to let you know that we are sending you our love. All we as a band can do is continue to write new music. Live performance is gone … for now, but not forever.

Keep watching our social media pages for upcoming news.

In the meantime, if you can share our band with your family and friends, we would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you for continuing to support Stone Poets. We will never stop creating and sharing our music with you.

Love Cherelle, Marc and Scott.

New way to purchase

Hello friends.

We hope you’re well in this crazy time. Marc, Scott and myself (Cherelle) are hanging in there as best as we can. Just to let you know, our hard copy distributor CD Baby is no longer selling our cds but if you’d like a physical copy, head over to our music page and find out how easy it is to purchase from us. Thanks so much for being so supportive at this unprecedented time in our lives. Wishing you all a very safe and healthy August. Peace and Love …