Stacy Amanda Rowles (September 11, 1955, Los Angeles - October 30, 2009, Burbank, California) was an American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist, and vocalist. She was the daughter of Jimmy Rowles. Rowles learned piano and percussion in her youth before settling on trumpet, which she studied with Charlie Shoemake. She played alongside her father at the 1973 Monterey Jazz Festival and played with Clark Terry's all-female big band in 1975. She later worked with Ann Patterson's Maiden Voyage, Diana Krall, Red Holloway, Swinging Ladies, Jack Van Poll, and others.