Alive After Five: The Stone Foxes 

Balancing country twang with old-school rock n' roll guitar riffs, The Stone Foxes describes itself as an experience "to sweat with."

A long string of successful bands have been built on the bedrock of siblings teams, with Heart, AC/DC, Van Halen, The Beach Boys and The Avett Brothers among them. San Francisco-based rockers The Stone Foxes, which started as the pet project of brothers Shannon and Spence Koehler, aspires to the same heights. And with four studio albums, regular festival appearances and a new EP, Visalia (Buff Records, 2017), on its resume, the group has a track record of delivering its anthemic, foot-stomping sound to the nation. Balancing country twang with old-school rock n' roll guitar riffs, The Stone Foxes describes itself as an experience "to sweat with," making it a perfect fit for the blazing heat of Boise's Alive After Five stage.

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