Inspired by the lonely, the downtrodden, and the insane-- the voices of Von Stomper, a Colorado based five piece, reach into the expansive lexicon of American roots music and make it howl. Their high energy live show has left boots tattered and dance floors torn time and time again.
Since August of 2013 Von Stomper has played hundreds of shows in 15 states and counting - sharing the stage with acts such as Turnpike Troubadours, The Dirty River Boys, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Swear & Shake, Uncle Lucious, Wood & Wire, The Yawpers, Mountain Sprout, The Cactus Blossoms and many more. With their sophomore release "Américado" (9.19.15) Von Stomper continues to pave their way through America's countrysides and city skylines.
"[They] make their mark on Americana traditions, creating something with deep roots but a brand new sense of energy and excitement"
Elmore Magazine 9.16.2015
"Since releasing its self-titled debut, the band has toured extensively, living the road troubadour cliches to the fullest. As a result, they have earned a following of fans looking for motivation to loose themselves at a raucous hootenanny."
"Listening to Américado with eyes closed recreates that itch for a live show, conjuring scenes of dance floors wet with perspiration, raw energy and that irresistible magnetism of Von Stomper. Don't skip Américado and don't skip out on any live Von Stomper; it would only be blasphemous."
-Scene Magazine 9.1.2015
"Von Stomper continue to wow crowds with their American Folk Revival. [They] will make you dance and they'll do it with good old fashioned know how. Harmonica, banjo, upright, killer pickin' with a rock n' roll fury. Not to be missed!"
-American Roots Magazine 5.1.15
"With vintage sound and modern swagger, Von Stomper excellently couples old-time folk Americana with some rock attitude and almost vaudevillian flair. The self-titled debut shows a new band that is already chiseling its name into the American songbook with a rootsy, bluesy style and a little bit of circus freak panache."
Marquee Magazine 6.1.14