The Stone Foxes own a reputation of being one of the most clean-cut rock and roll bands in San Francisco. While “clean-cut” isn’t usually a positive image to associate with rock music, I mean it as a compliment. The four musicians who make up the Foxes know how to cook up some filthy rock and roll. They just prefer to be in bed by midnight. With all that extra sleep on top of the fact that none of their members smoke weed or drink to excess, The Stone Roses are without a doubt the most well-rested, clear-minded band in town, and it shows in the quality of their music.
As a band who craft their tunes during live sets, The Stone Foxes perfect each song over a period of time and several shows – their music built in and for a live setting. The result so far has been a warm, scruffy brand of rock that is driven by warm blues riffs and the gut-wrenching shouts and growls of the band’s three vocalists and founders, brothers Shannon and Spence Koehler and Aaron Mort.