Patrick Alan Stone, lead singer of Budderside, shares how years of drug use brought him to a dark place and how he was able to find a better life in recovery. He discusses how his acting and music careers and better relationships were only possible through sobriety.
On this episode, Patrick talks to Matt about:
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About Patrick Alan Stone
Patrick Alan Stone is the lead singer and songwriter for the band Budderside. They have been on tours alongside Motörhead, Slayer, Anthrax, and L.A. Guns and wrote the theme for Matt Pinfield's Power Hour on AXS-TV. He was the roadie to Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister and has also worked as an actor.