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Stompin' Tom Connors

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Birthday
9, 1936
Birthplace
Saint John, Canada
DEATH DATE
Mar 6, 2013 (77)
Birth Sign
Aquarius
Birthday
9, 1936
Birthplace
Saint John, Canada
DEATH DATE
Mar 6, 2013 (77)

About

Canadian folk singer-songwriter who has recorded over forty albums and released the songs "Bud the Spud" and "The Hockey Song."

Before Fame

He spent thirteen years hitchhiking across Canada; during that time, he made money by working various part-time jobs.

Trivia

He earned the nickname "Stompin' Tom" by always stomping his left foot to keep rhythm while playing.

Family Life

His mother was an inmate at a women's penitentiary where Tom lived with her for a short time as a child.

Associated With

He was paid tribute in the song "Long in the Tooth" by The Les Claypool Frog Brigade.

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