Sly Stone is a singer/songwriter, musician and producer who has a net worth of $5 thousand. Sly Stone has earned his net worth as a solo artist under the name, Danny Stewart, as well as performing with groups such as the Viscaynes, which he joined while still in high school. He and his brother, Fred Stewart, formed several groups together, including the Stewart Brothers . During the Sixty's, Stone worked as a DJ for the radio station KSOL, in California, and as a record producer for Autumn Records. He produced for such names as Bobby Freeman, The Beau Brummels and more. In the middle sixty's he formed the band The Stoners. With Cynthia Robinson, the former trumpet player in The Stoners Band, he formed the multicultural group, Sly and The Family Stone, which included his brother Fred, Jerry Martini, Larry Graham, Greg Errico and later Stone's sister, Rosie. Although they had a slow start to success, in the late 60's they became one of the most successful groups in music, with hits like "Stand" and "Life." Things later changed though, when the band members starting using drugs and having disputes with each other. Eventually Errico quit the group in 1971 and was replaced by Andy Newmark. In 1972 Larry Graham was fired and was replaced by Rustee Allen. In 1975 the band broke up and his sister Rose started her solo career, his brother Fred became a pastor of the Evangelist Temple Fellowship Center in California and Sly Stone went on as a solo artist. Sly Stone was born in Denton, Texas in 1943 and has one brother, Freddie, and three sisters, Loretta, Rose and Vaetta. Loretta is the only one that never entered into the music field. His daughter, Novena Carmel is also a recording artist and Sly has performed with her band, "Baby Stone." She is also a booking agent for the L.A. club "The Virgil." Stone is back in circulation again with his hit "I'm Back, Family and Friends," recorded in 2011.