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The Stompers – 9:00pm Show

Saturday, June 26
Show | 9pm // Doors | 8pm
The legendary Stompers have long been recognized for their raucous live shows; kept alive for four decades by a spirited legion of dedicated fans. The Stompers played their first live show in 1977. Their music appears in the John Sayles film,"Return Of The Secaucus Seven," the cult classic, "Fraternity Vacation" and Adam Sandler’s “Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2." Their radio hits include, "Never Tell An Angel" from their 1983 Lp on Boardwalk Records, along with "American Fun," "Coast to Coast," "Rock, Jump and Holler," "Eastside Girl" and "One Heart For Sale," from the 1984 Polygram LP.
The Stompers are an American rock band formed in East Boston, Massachusetts in 1977. The group formed after lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Sal Baglio and drummer Mark Cuccinello were joined by Stephen Gilligan on bass, and Dave Friedman on keyboards. On November 7, 1977, the band played their first show in Beverly, Massachusetts. The Stompers played in Boston-area bars such as The Rathskeller and Jonathan Swift's. After toiling in a sweaty apartment, the group released its first vinyl single in 1978,Coast to Coast/I'm in Trouble on Double Eagle Records, owned by their manager, Peter Lembo.