Freddie Stone (born Frederick Stewart in Vallejo, California on June 5, 1946) is an African-American musician, best known for his role as co-founder, guitarist, and vocalist in the band Sly & The Family Stone, the front man for which was his brother Sly Stone. His sisters Rosie Stone and Vet Stone were also members of the band as well.
After leaving the band in the mid 1970s, Freddie was a member of former Family Stone bandmate Larry Graham's band Graham Central Station. Later in life, he became an ordained minister and began recording and performing gospel and inspirational music. He is currently the pastor of the Evangelist Temple Fellowship Center in Vallejo, where he lives with his wife Melody.