Jeremy Stone is a pianist who arranged and conducted two 1978 Sesame Street albums David, Daydreamin' on a Rainy Day and On the Street Where We Live - Block Party!. On the latter, he played keyboards and kazoo. He also composed songs directly for Sesame Street with Martin Silvestri, including "Nose Song" and "Grouch's Best Friend Is a Worm."
The son of a rabbi, Stone attended Yale, studying music as well as psychology. He went on to work as an arranger and composer for commercials and performing on Broadway as a keyboardist for Pippin and The Phantom of the Opera. He was replacement musical director during the original run of Grease. He was vocal arranger for Barnum (with Glenn Close) and arranged, orchestrated, and supervised music for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat.
For television, Stone composed theme music for Life with Lucy, the final sitcom for Lucille Ball, and themes or cues for the short-lived Raising Miranda and The Recovery Room. He left professional music in 1992 to continue his psychology studies and now practices as Dr. Jeremy Stone in White Plains, New York.
- "Jeremy Stone Puts Down Baton to Help Troubled Youngsters." WAG Mag. September 28, 2015.
- The Stones in concert: Son, grandson of late Rabbi Stone." Intermountain Jewish News. March 27, 2009