Stacy Jones has had the opportunity to share her cut-loose harp riffs and sultry chops with some of the most well known blues musicians around. Born and raised in Seattle, Stacy began playing the piano at four years old. At seven she picked up the guitar and at eight her father, Tom, started bringing her up on stage to sing Hank Williams tunes with his band -- she hasn't been able to stay away from the stage since. Stacy met up with Beth Wulff at fourteen and that's when she was truly introduced to the blues. At sixteen she started learning how to rip on the harmonica and became a regular at The Scarlet Tree blues jams where she met Annieville and had the opportunity to trade riffs with Alice Stuart, Mark Dufresnes (Roomful of Blues), Mark Whitman, Dave Conant and many other incredible musicians. A few years later Stacy got the opportunity to play with "The Seattle Blues" headed by Tim Sherman and John Hodgkin. This experience opened several doors for her and after meeting Ray Hartman, the former bass player with Dick Powell (Little Bill and the Blues Notes), they gathered several astounding musicians and formed "The Stacy Jones Band". Stacy then had the opportunity to play with the "Highway 99 Blues AllStars" with Randy Oxford, Jerry Lee Davidson, Virginia Klemens, John Lee, Hod Rod, and Steve Sarkowsky. As well as being The Hwy 99 house band they performed at the 2005 Bumbershoot Festival opening for Sonny Landreth and Buckwheat Zydeco. Stacy performed for two years as Stacy Jones and the Wolf Tones with Beth and Jim Wulff, Jeff Menteer and her father Tom Jones. The group produced Red Dirt Road in 2008.
Rick J Bowen joined the group in 2009 and reformed as the Stacy Jones Band. The group was award the "Best New Band of 2009 from the Washington Blues Society.
Fall 2009 The group released the self produced EP, Stacy Jones Band Live at the Triple Door."
In January of 2010 the group released the self produced album "Long Time Comin',"
Stacy Jones was named "The Female Vocalist of the Year," by the Washington Blues Society.
In 2011 the band was added the artist roster at Critical Sun Recordings,Seattle.
released their fourth album "No Need To Spell It Out," Oct 2011 produced by Bubba Jones and Rick J Bowen.
The group has sold over 5000 albums and played over 800 shows.