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Red Dirt Road

by Stacy Jones And The Wolf Tones

House rockin blues fusion with just a bit of jazz and southern flavoring.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Far From Home
4:52 $0.99
2. I Just Want To Be Loved For A While
6:37 $0.99
3. Big Bucks Band
4:36 $0.99
4. Tell Me Why
4:51 $0.99
5. Cry A Love Song
5:53 $0.99
6. Intro The Purple Sky
6:16 $0.99
7. Shady Lady
3:34 $0.99
8. This Night
4:57 $0.99
9. Can't Get With It
5:24 $0.99
10. On My Mind
4:27 $0.99
11. Arms Of Love
3:50 $0.99
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Album Notes
With a fresh new sound and 11 original compositions, Stacy Jones and The Wolf Tones huff-and-puff-and-blow-the-joint-down on their new CD ‘Red Dirt Road’. Head out with the remarkably gifted Stacy and her talented group as they take you on a wonderful and enriching musical journey of soulful performances and strong songwriting all woven within a tapestry of musical styles.

Stacy Jones started on the piano at age four and began singing on stage with her Dad's band when eight years old. She learned how to play the guitar and at fourteen picked up the harmonica. As she’s matured, she has developed a dynamic vocal styling and an energetic, youthful approach to the harmonica combined with excellent songwriting. Stacy has had the opportunity to share her cut-loose harp riffs and sultry chops at gigs and jams with many of the best blues musicians in Seattle. She has rocked the house at many Seattle festivals and gigged with the awesome Highway 99 Blues All-Stars.

After having played with several area bands Stacy has now joined with keyboard player extraordinaire Beth Wulff, a former member of the Northwest Women of Rhythm and Blues. Added to this is Beth’s husband, Jim Wulff, an accomplished veteran of the Seattle music scene who has played drums with some of the most awarded blues musicians in the Northwest. Stacy's father, Tom Jones (not to be confused with that other Tom Jones guy), has played with all types of bands from Rock-a-Billy to Rhythm & Blues and is the band’s excellent bass player. Jeff Menteer has traveled the world and played with bands in several cities and adds his fantastic guitar talent to the band.

Stacy Jones and The Wolf Tones were nominated by the Washington Blues Society as Best New Band for 2007. At their live shows they mix traditional and roadhouse blues with their many original songs - all done with the band’s unique flavor.

Stacy Jones
--nominated by Washington Blues Society for 2007 Best Harmonica
Beth Wulff
--nominated by Washington Blues Society for 2007 Best Keyboards
Tom Jones
--nominated by Washington Blues Society for 2009 Best Bass



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Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present Stacy Jones And The Wolf Tones a GrIndie Award for their CD "Red Dirt Road." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.

Eric Steiner

President of the Washington Blues Society
Red Dirt Road is a diverse record that veers toward country blues more than traditional blues. It's a welcome addition to my car's CD player whenever I have the opportunity to drive for a while. There are many songs suited for the open road, including the title cut and the delightfully rambling "This Night." If you like up tempo country blues you will appreciate Red Dirt Road. I first discovered Stacy Jones at Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival in 2005, and I knew then that she had that special something that's finally showcased on this CD.

Bert Clough

Red Dirt Road
For my money, Red Dirt Road is a great CD! The vocals by Stacy Jones are amazing. She comes through loud and clear in Far From Home, Tell Me Why, Cry a Love Song, This Night and On My Mind. Her band complements her perfectly, and adds a considerable amount on their own, too. Additionally, I'd have to say that the buying experience provided by CD Baby was excellent.

Soulful Blues Rock CD
"Red Dirt Road" by Stacy and the Wolf Tones is a genuine and authentic blues rock CD. It features the beautifully weathered bluesy voice of Stacy Jones accompanied by a talented group of musicians fusing a southern house rock sound with jazzy undertones. "Big Bucks Band" will make your foot tap and also features some of Stacy's impressive harmonica work. The piano work of Beth Wulff can't be ignored on this track either."Shady Lady" is a nice little lounge blues number with powerful vocals and "tell it to'ya" lyrics. If you like soulful blues rock and heart-felt vocals, you'll enjoy this CD.

Cee Cee James

Nice Surprise!
Stacy really got to me with her very unique vocal stylings that meld Rikki Lee Jones and Lou Ann Barton into one glorious raw vocal attack! It's really a different sound and a welcome addition to the massive amount of talented blues vocalists out there. With Stacy being so young, I can't wait to see what develops! I was also extremely impressed with the songwriting.. really nice melodies wrapped throughout the chordal changes... Love it! I wish Stacy and her backing band of talented players much luck and road mileage in this crazy business of music!