Book A Salute to Stompin' Tom-featuring Tim Hus

A Salute to Stompin' Tom-featuring Tim Hus

ABOUT THE SHOW Take a trip from coast to coast to coast across our great country in stories and songs. You’ll meet hockey players, prairie truck drivers, potato growers and fishermen. Party like it’s a Sudbury Saturday night with the tunes of Stompin’ Tom! A Salute to Stompin' Tom is performed by award winning country singer songwriter Tim Hus and his band. This tribute will feature many of the songs that made Stompin’ Tom a Canadian treasure, and also will include colourful stories of the incredible life of the Man with The Black Hat and Stompin' Board and the inspiration behind his legendary tunes. The show can be enhanced with a multi-media presentation highlighting the colourful people and places showcased in the performance along with classic pictures and videos of Stompin’ Tom through- out his storied career. “I’ve been looking for 30 years for a young guy who’s proud to write songs about our country. I’d like to pass the torch to Tim Hus.” - Stompin’ Tom Connors ABOUT TIM HUS Tim Hus is a celebrated Canadian Western artist himself who proudly carries on the tradition of writing songs about working Canadians and our Nation's rich history. Tim Hus has toured the world playing everywhere from honky tonks to the Olympics. Stompin’ Tom handpicked Hus to tour with him, not only as his opening act, but to play in his band as well. Hus performed at Stompin Tom’s funeral where he was also a pallbearer. He will share his personal stories of his friend and mentor Stompin' Tom in a can’t miss show of music, patriotism and board stomping. “This is no ordinary tribute show. It speaks to authenticity and Tim’s profound regard and respect for an artist he performed and travelled with. This is the real thing! You will never regret bringing the Tim Hus tribute to Stompin Tom to your audience.” - Gavin Farmer, Artistic Director, Festival Place, Sherwood Park, AB "Tim Hus is one of my favorite Canadian songwriters. Nobody captures the rough-and-ready frontier imagery better than him.” - Corb Lund

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