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The Swamp Stompers at Moruya Waterfront Hotel, Friday 12th July

The Swamp Stompers will be stomping the stage at Moruya Waterfront Hotel, Friday 12th July, joined by South Coast funk-rockers The Spindrift Saga and talented young local Sam Fletcher. $15 entry. Doors 8pm. This is an 18+ event. Playing their own unrivaled style of funky rock and blues, with heavy grooves, The Swamp Stompers sound like the musical lovechild of John Butler Trio, Led Zeppelin, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, with three-part harmonies, catchy guitar riffs, and didgeridoo soundscapes setting this original blues-rock trio apart from the pack. Since this fateful merging of musical minds, the band have set about earning themselves a significant reputation as one of the most promising up-and-coming acts to emerge in recent years. The powerhouse trio has stomped their mark on prominent Australian festivals including Caloundra Music Festival (QLD), Blues at Bridgetown (WA), and the Sydney Blues & Roots Festival (NSW). Not showing any signs of slowing, The Swamp Stompers are gearing up to tour nationally in 2019 and will tour Europe for the first time in 2020. The band is renowned for their incredibly high-energy live shows, with punters and peers left in complete awe by the raw power and finesse displayed by this seemingly unstoppable guitar riff-driven beast. Don’t miss your chance to see them back in their own stomping grounds! ‘’Like a cold glass of water in the middle of a hot summers night.’’ 4.5/5 Star Review of 'Shadows on the Wall' - Nkechi Anele, Triple J Check out The Swamp Stompers latest single/video 'Shadows on the Wall' below:

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