American Hi-Fi

American Hi-Fi Artistfacts

  • 1998-
    Stacy JonesGuitar, vocals
    Jamie ArentzenGuitar
    Drew ParsonsBass
    Brian NolanDrums
  • Stacy Jones' favorite basketball player is Latrell Sprewell.
  • Jones used to drum for Veruca Salt and Letters to Cleo.
  • The first concert Jones attended was Motley Crue during their Shout at the Devil tour. Despite being beat up in the parking lot after the show, Jones remains a big Motley Crue fan to this day.
  • Before being a drummer in the alternative rock scene, Jones attended Boston's Berklee College of Music. All the rest of the band also comes from the Boston area.
  • When not playing with American Hi-Fi, Stacy Jones works as a producer and songwriter, and Miley Cyrus' musical director. Jones' Hi-Fi bandmate Jamie Arentzen plays lead guitar in Cyrus' band.


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