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The Legendary Stompers have long been recognized for their raucous live show
kept alive for four decades by a spirited legion of dedicated fans.

The band 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 & 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 & Holler”, “Eastside Girl” and “One Heart for Sale” from the 1984 Polygram LP.

The Stompers mission has always been to lift the spirit, shake the body and spread the mighty jubilation that is rock n roll.
Keeping that tradition alive and kicking for four decades,
the band continues to deliver the whole barn burnin’ roof raisin’ foot stompin’
rock n roll church to sellout audiences everywhere!!



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**NEW MUSIC FROM SAL BAGLIO**

THE AMPLIFIER HEADS
"Music For Abandoned Amusement Parks"
and
“Oh Golly Gee”
Available now!!

 

BANDCAMP
https://theamplifierheads.bandcamp.com

 

FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/The-Amplifier-Heads-120329099361553/

 

In terms of this lyricism, The Amplifier Heads new “Music for Abandoned Amusement Parks” falls somewhere in between the circus and the carnival. This is head amp head Sal Baglio's collection of pop gems, spoken epistles to dread, and plaintive and sometimes unsettling instrumentals.
Ed Morneau


This album is a beautiful musical fairground ride which reflects on the carnival of life so joyously. It is fantastic from cover to cover.
Nick Giles [Intensely Nick]


The Amplifier Heads, whose new concept album, Music for Abandoned Amusement Parks, raises the stakes for top honors in this year’s best-of crop with a variety of beautifully arranged songs.
Alan Haber
Pure Pop Radio


Not only have Sal Baglio’s Amplifier Heads released one of the finest melodic pop albums in many a year–Music for Abandoned Amusement Parks—they have quickly followed up with a luscious four-song EP titled Oh Golly Gee, which just happens to be part of the lyric to a lovely ballad called “Late to the Prom.” That song, and two others–“Short Pop Song About a Girl” and the provocatively-titled “Man on the Edge of a Ledge Contemplating a Jump”–are now playing in rotation on our air.
Alan Haber
Pure Pop Radio


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SAL BAGLIO
A Film by Mark Steele

https://vimeo.com/294252929

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoNVWUmN6G4&feature=youtu.be

 

 

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