Stompin' Tom Connors in a black cowboy hat, holding his guitar with a red maple leaf behind laid on a grey background
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Sep 17

Whiskey Jack presents Stories & Songs of Stompin' Tom

Stompin’ Tom became a fan of Whiskey Jack during their tenure as regulars on the CBC’s Tommy Hunter Show. Each week, Tom would join millions of his fellow Canadians and watch them sing, play and laugh on their own segment, “The Old Back Porch”. What followed was a 25 year friendship and musical collaboration with Tom that produced many recordings, cross-country tours, and all night kitchen parties in his home. They even co-wrote some songs together.

“All of our shows feature a mix of Tom’s greatest hits combined with many outrageous, yet true, backstage stories of our time with Tom. This is a show that will entertain fans of all musical genres. We guarantee everyone will leave the theatre with a smile on their face and a spring to their step.” Says Duncan Fremlin – frontman of Whiskey Jack.



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