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The Swamp Stomp String Band Album Release Party


The Fighting Cocks, 56 Old London Road, Kingston, Surrey, KT2 6QA

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The Swamp Stomp String Band Album Release Party


The Swamp Stomp String Band are pleased to announce the release of their brand new album 'Old Dog, Old tricks'.

Come celebrate with your favourite banjo pickin', bass slappin', washboard scratchin' raucous hillbilly band on the 7th March at Kingston finest live music establishment, The Fighting Cocks.

We wanna make this show one of our biggest and wildest shindigs yet! Expect all the usual chaos of a Swamp Stomp show & more!

We'll be selling our brand new album and some shiny new merch too!

Tickets: £6 in advance or £8 on the door.


''The Swamp Stomp String Band are not your average Americana band. Twangy Banjos, driving Guitars, scratchy washboards and a thudding Double Bass sit behind anything from drinking songs that will have the room stomping their feet and shooting tequila to ballads that will break even the most toughest folk, to ragtime songs of bar fights and gambling. The London based act can often be found busking by the side of Thames in the day and performing in any haunt from high end cocktails joints to dimly lit dive bars at night.

Taking a mixture of Jazz, Country, Swing, Blues and Ragtime - it is safe to say their music is there to be enjoyed by people young and old, rich or poor, or who just love to stamp their feet and have a ho-down."


Guide Prices

£6 in advance
£8 on the door



Opening Times

Season (7 Mar 2020)
Saturday20:00 - 23:00

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