Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist Stephen Stanley is best known from his many years as a founding member, lead guitarist and vocalist with alternative rock band The Lowest of the Low. After many years of touring and sharing the stage with the likes of Billy Bragg, The Violent Femmes, The Jayhawks and Lloyd Cole, a gold record for their “genuinely timeless album” (Exclaim!) Shakespeare My Butt, Stanley is back on the music scene with his own band, The Stephen Stanley Band, and an internationally acclaimed record Jimmy & The Moon, (2018), produced by Hugh Christopher Brown. Jimmy & The Moon received considerable radio airplay, raves and features from Canada (Now Toronto, Exclaim!, Spill Magazine, Fervor Coulee, FYI Music News, etc.) to the USA, Netherlands, Ireland and the UK. As the press poured in and Stephen and the band played numerous shows in Canada, including Stephen opening (solo) for Lee Ann Womack at Toronto's Horseshoe Tavern, along with other monumental shows with Bob Mould, Cracker and Jake Clemons. The Stephen Stanley Band also accepted an offer to play at the 2018 Static Roots Festival in Germany. They then went on to tour the UK and Ireland. Americana UK described Jimmy & The Moon and Stephen's artistry this way: “The songs are big and bold, unafraid, unashamed to flaunt their heritage… Stanley’s voice being not a thing of beauty but a workman’s tool skillfully used to create just the right effect...This is the work of a veteran who still has things to say.” Stephen expressed in an interview with Canadian Beats that he is "a write what you know kind of guy, and this album is no exception. For me, this album is about living in a city that is changing right before our eyes, sometimes for the better often for the worse." Stanley is currently waiting for covid-19 to allow for the recording of their next record, which is fully written and ready to go.