Stoney Edwards (December 24, 1929 - April 5, 1997) was an American country singer. He was one of the first black singers to have a significant presence in country music. He is best known for the song, "She's My Rock," a Top 20 country hit that was later a hit song for Brenda Lee and then for George Jones.
Born Frenchie (or Frenchy) Edwards in rural Seminole County, Oklahoma. He was one of the youngest of seven children born to… read more
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