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Featured Artist.....17/Sep'/2017......

Stacy Jones:

Seattle based singer song writer and multi-instrumentalist. She is the winner of the 2016 Washington Blues Society Best of the Blues award for Blues Songwriter and Best Washington Blues recording, and 2015 IMEA award for “Blues Song of the Year,” for the single “Can’t Do Nothin’ Right,” from her 2015 album Whiskey, Wine & Water, and the 2014 and 2010 Washington Blues Society Female Vocalist of the year.

Stacy Jones “can't do nothin’ right.” Or maybe she can, with this yet to be released collection of 12 original songs recorded and co-produced by Floyd Rietsma (Pearl Jam and Dave Mathews) at Studio Litho in Seattle. Continually nominated for “Best of the Blues" Awards in songwriting, performance, harmonica, guitar and winning vocalist of the year, Stacy shows her talents off in this compilation of songs about love, lost love, whiskey drinking and life on the road.
With her fourth studio album Stacy shows off her country, folk and Americana roots while always having a touch of the blues in her soul.
Having made appearances at SXSW, Chicago Blues Festival, Beale St. Memphis during the IBC's and several other national and regional festivals, her talent is awaiting the next level of recognition.
Stacy has shared the stage with Elvin Bishop, Lee Oskar, John Nemeth, Ian Siegall, Charlie Musselwhite and more. Her wait for recognition won't be long.

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Stacy Jones set out to make a blues-and-roots-themed album with “Love Is Everywhere,” and she did just that. With her many accolades as a songwriter in her home state of Washington, this set will likely add to those kudos. And, it also shows a side of her that many may not know exists—her multi-instrumentalist talents are all over this one, as she is on vocals, guitar, piano, B-3, and even the harp! The set begins, literally, down at the Crossroads, as a second-line beat propels the ghostly story of a woman “who was a looker,” but who took the advice of the Hoodoo Man, and drank of the “Mojo Potion 61 And 49,” and “never was the same again!” “Wait For Heaven” is a powerful, guitar-laden message of hope following the death of a friend in a house fire, while Mike Marinig’s sax and flute add an ethereal vibe to the Stax-soul flavor of “Can’t You Be Mine.” Her nods to the Americana genre’ are evident in the tale of “Tough Girls Never Cry,” evoking mem”

The Nashville Blues Society - donandsherylsbluesblog

“If this is your first acquaintance with Stacy Jones, you go stand somewhere be amazed by this versatile lady. She opens up tempo and sharply with "Can not Do Nothin 'Right', where Sean Denton lead guitar makes for spicy accents. Following is "You and Me, Tonight" a rocker in which the violin Parry provides the country atmosphere. The first resting point "Dreams" is a song with a Latin edge that Father Tom Jones wrote. "Hole In My Sole" is a song that Stacy wrote, inspired by the deceased JJ Cale. The title song "Whiskey, Wine, & Water" have to wait for the appropriate intro before Stacy again can go flat, they also "4 Days More" doing. "Momma" is a nice bluesy tribute to her mother and "Keep on Keepin 'on" is her brother, who gives her the advice to suppress the pain and move on. "Lost Lovers Waltz" is an old song that the years continues to stand and "San Antonio", a country tinged number,”

Eric Schuurmans - Roots Time .BE

"Whiskey, Wine & Water" contains twelve songs written by Stacy. The album was recorded and mixed in Studio Litho in Seattle and Stacy together with Floyd Reitsma producer. The basis of the album is country, folk, blues and Americana music. Lead singer Stacy is a multi-musician, because outside of singing she also takes the ukulele, acoustic guitar, the harmonica, the piano and the organ at its expense. Drummer and percussionist Rick Bowen and bassist Tom Jones form the whole album, the rhythm section.For the lead guitar, it changes regularly. Kevin Sutton, Mark Riley and Sean Denton each take a couple of songs on their behalf.Jon Parry is the man we heard on the fiddle.The opener 'Can’t Do Nothing Right "is an up-tempo country, blues and folk mix.This song was by the International Music And Entertainment Association voted best blues song of 2015.Stacy here gives full throttle and slide licks that we should also come out of her hand. 'You And Me, Tonight' is a very happy

Walter Vanheuckelom - Concert Monkey

“You're going to a night out with your best friend and drinking that night only whiskey, wine and water and you have the title of a new CD. Stacy Jones (Lead vocals-Harmonica-Piano / Organ .. Guitar), Tom Jones (bass), Rick J Bowen (drums, vocals), Kevin Sutton (guitar-vocals), Jon Parry (fiddle), Sean and Mark Denton Riley (lead guitar), have made a fine CD. They guarantee a good dose of blues and rock occasionally quite topped with a dash of country. Stacy's voice lends itself at least for several styles. She adapts effortlessly and that calls for her. In the country tinged numbers like San Antonio, Lost Lovers Waltz and Hole in my sole is also just that little sob. But they can also play quite like Can not do nothin 'right and whiskey, wine & water. Momma is a tribute to her mother, beautifully sung by a delightful slide. You and me, tonight is inspired by The Band's "Atlantic City," a very beautiful song any resemblance to that number is not there. A few days after the death”

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