Stomps Hills is proud to get to play at the Grande Ole Pumpkin Patch again this year from 11 am to 5 pm!!!! This is our Favorite place to play all year long!!! Hope we will see you at the Pumpkin Patch!!!
Stomps Hills is proud to get to play at the Grande Ole Pumpkin Patch again this year from 11 am to 5 pm!!!!This is our Favorite place to play all year long!!! Hope we will see you at the Pumpkin Patch!!!
Stomps Hills will be playing Courtyard Childersburg Sat. Aug 24th....This is just across the river from Stomps Hills so there ain't no excusses why you can't be there!!! They got some of the best fried catfish we have had in a while!!! Aug. 24th!!! Mark it on your calenders!!! Rock-on!!!
Stomps Hills will be Rockin' Firenze Bar Vandiver Friday night July 19th....Hope to see you there!!! Rock-On!!!
Stomps Hills will be playing the Grand Opening of JT's Sports Bar and Grill along with 4 other bands in the old Cafe Firenze location. I think Stomps Hills takes the stage at 10 p.m......Hope to see you there!!! Rock-On!!!
Sounds Like: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Neil Young, Fleetwood Mac, Miranda Lambert, Eagles
Label: Stomps Hills
Manager: Stephen Blackwell 205-217-8750 email email@example.com
Bio: Stomps Hills is an aspiring Southern Rock Band from Clanton in central Alabama. Stomps Hills was founded in 2008 and have been averaging 20 gigs a year, ranging from music clubs, sports bars to outdoor concerts. We would love to expand our markets throughout Alabama and have recently purchased a ...See Full Bio
“Stomps Hills to perform before Lynryd Skynyrd concert July 12 By Emily Beckett Published 1:23pm Wednesday, July 10, 2013 On Friday, July 12, Stomps Hills will perform on the Charter Communications Stage at Pelham’s Oak Mountain Amphitheater before a concert featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd and Corey Smith. “We’re happy for this opportunity,” Blackwell said. “We’ve been in consideration for this for over a year, and we got lucky. Lynyrd Skynyrd is probably our biggest influence in our style of music.” The band formed in 2008 and derives its name from Stomps Hills, an area located between Yellowleaf and Waxahatchee creeks, where members live and practice. “After each very loud practice we would laugh and say, ‘We shook the leaves in Stomps Hills tonight,’” Blackwell said. “We’re a true Southern rock band,” Blackwell said. “We’re a mix of rock and country but more on the rock side. Just good-time rock and roll music.” The band will soon release its first recorde”