The Stampeders first stormed the Canadian rock scene in 1964 and they haven't slowed down ever since. Whether they're strumming a double-neck electric on "Sweet City Woman" or charging through fan-favorite "Ramona", the trio still possesses the same rock ‘n' roll chops they did 50 years ago. As one of Canada's most legendary groups, the Stampeders give ticket buyers one exhilarating performance after another on their exciting tours.
Originally known as the five-piece group the Rebounds, the Stampeders formed in 1965 and became a trio comprised of Rich Dodson, Ronnie King, and Kim Berly. The band rose to fame with their No. 1 smash "Sweet City Woman" from their Gold-certified 1971 debut Against the Grain. Since then the Juno Award-winning outfit has had eleven Top 20 singles, three certified gold records, and toured extensively throughout their native Canada. With their impressive catalog and signature style, the Stampeders have wowed fans for years with their must-see live shows.