The Bay Area rock band, consisting of Aaron Mort and brothers Shannon and Spence Koehler formed in late 2005. The Stone Foxes spent their first few years together working on balancing out their musical style and have captured something genuine rare and refreshing. The end product (for now) is a mixture infused with country, rock, blues, and a touch of San Francisco. The group's songs are full of classic blues structures and shout-along moments. While The Stone Foxes may be influenced by the greats of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s like The Band, Bob Dylan, and Led Zeppelin, they never sound like they’re trying to be anything but exactly who they are.. On April 14, 2011, they opened for Cage The Elephant and Grammy winners The Black Keys at Mesa Amphitheatre in Phoenix, AZ. And their cover of Slim Harpo's I'm A King Bee
was featured in the national ad campaign for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey.
"Monster cables have added a level of sonic reliability to our rigs that has become priceless in keeping our sets flowing and rocking smoothly."
- The Stone Foxes