The 2010 Washington Blues Society "Female vocalist of the year." WA Blues Society’s 2009 BB Award Winner “BEST NEW BAND”
SJB continues to blow fans away with their high-energy, genre bending performances. Amazing vocals, incredible musicianship, outstanding songwriting and powerful, dynamic arrangements – it’s easy to understand why Stacy and her band are captivating the crowds and gathering new fans at each event they perform.
Stacy Jones not only impresses with a vocal richness beyond her years but is also a top-notch harmonica player as well as playing keyboards and acoustic guitar. The entertaining trio of Rick Bowen (drums), Tom Jones (bass) and Jeff Menteer (guitar) provides the foundation for a strong ensemble sound and the band’s obvious joy of making music together is contagious.
In 2009 The Stacy Jones Band took the Seattle music scene by storm, playing over 115 gigs & festivals as well as winning the Best New Band award from The Washington State Blues Society. The band released a limited edition CD Live at the Triple Door, in September2009
The Stacy Jones Band’s first full length CD “Long Time Comin” was released in January 2010 and continues to receive strong airplay and is now in its second pressing. 2011 looks promising for this Northwest favorite. May 2010 Stacy Jones is awarded the Best Female vocalist award from The Washington Blues Society. Nov 2011 the band released "No Need to Spell It Out," on Critical Sun Recordings. The 4th full length album was Produced by Bubba Jones and recorded at Contact Create Studios-Snohomish. 2012 the album was nominated for NW recording of the year by the Washington Blues Society. Dec 2011 Jeff Menteer released "The Nature of My Dreams," his first solo album featuring memebers of SJB, produced by Jeff Menteer and Tom Jones. June 1.2012 release Live And Untapped. captured May 2011 at the Untapped Blues and Brews festival,Showcasing the strengths and depth of the whole group, the set was recorded by Jazz Stream mobile and mixed at Studio Litho in Seattle by Floyd Reitsma (Pearl Jam-Dave Mathews) and mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI.