Stevie Jones - vocals, guitar

Vassilis D - guitar

Bob Dabrowski - bass

Dave Carter - drums

Following in the footsteps of Steve Earle and The Dukes or Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Stevie Jones and The Wildfires deliver their own unique blend of modern alternative rock centred around powerful acoustic-based songwriting. Originating as a trio with Lou Short and Jake Patrick before expanding to a four piece they have released two studio albums receiving favourable reviews and airplay including BBC Introducing, Planet Rock and BBC Radio Scotland. The debut ‘Stratigraphic Heart’ was recorded at Parlour Studios in Kettering with acclaimed producers Russ Russell and Neil Haynes and featured Marshall Gill from Blackballed/New Model Army. The follow up 'Angels and Sirens‘ released in 2018 was produced by Adam Ellis at Deadline Studios, Leicester and featured LA guitarist Janet Robin (String Revolution, Lindsay Buckingham Band) and top Leicester harp player Sean Clutterham. Autumn Dawn Leader also was key to much of the sound providing keyboards and vocals, fitting in so well she became a regular live guest. The songs are split between hard-edged guitar based songs and more delicate acoustic arrangements touching tales of everything from archaeology, sex, love, politics and life in the music industry. Live their show is full of energy, edge and passion and they are just as happy in a small club or gracing larger stages. 2019 saw the release of a live EP 'Morningless Live' and a busy gigging schedule which included a well-received slot in the autumn at HRH Crows Festival at O2 Academy, Sheffield.

A hint of Counting Crows, The Long Ryders, Stone Temple Pilots and the band’s long time heroes New Model Army...Timeless wistfulness combined with rollocking rhythms ”

— Rock Society Magazine

the hybrid sound of pleasure ****”

— Ian D Hall, Liverpool Sound and Vision

wordy lyrics with rootsy Rock music. Acoustic guitars underpin the songs, but there’s some fiery electric guitar to be found as well....bright and energetic”

— Duncan Jamieson, Rocktopia, Fireworks Magazine