We're Nominated for Best Cajun Album of the year by Just Plain Folks Awards!
Upcoming Gigs

June 26th   (Ralph, Larry & Art trio)

Hudson Street Music series 4-PM - 6PM

78 Main Street in Hudson, MA

July 4th

Private party, Cranberry Isle, ME

July 10th

Asbury Grove, Hamilton, MA (early evening)

July 27th

Billerica Outdoors ( early evening)

August 7th (Ralph & Larry duo)

Winthrop Cultural Center - 45 Pauline St.

August 14th

Podunk Festival, Goshen CT 6:15 start

Festival Website

August 21st

Chocolate Church Outdoor Concert Series, Bath, ME 6:00PM start

Event Website

Aug 26th

Brookline Music Series

more info soon!

September 18th

Amazing Arts Center, Framingham, MA (early evening)

September 19th

Winthrop, MA Historical Society Lawn- Beyond the Blues Musical Revue  1-2:30PM

A little about us

The Squeezebox Stompers are a Boston area Americana Roots band. We have performed Cajun, Zydeco, Blues, Folk, and originals all over New England for the past 15 years. Members of the band have received Boston Music Awards and Songwriting Awards. We are noted for our step-lively up-beat music inspiring audiences to get up and dance.


Our instrumentation includes accordion, keyboards, fiddle, saxophone, harmonica, penny whistle, guitar, bass, and drums. The Squeezebox Stompers guarantee a Rockin' good time at family- friendly outdoor events, clubs, dances, or private parties. Depending on the venue and the event, the band can perform with 3-6 members. 


Over the past year, the band has recorded 12 videos (ten original songs) which can be seen on our Facebook page .

Here's what they're saying ...Nominated for Best Cajun Album of the year by Just Plain Folks Awards!

"Can we TALK about the Squeezebox Stompers? I mean, HOLY COW!! Please pass along our deepest gratitude to your band for bringing us the sounds of New Orleans - people were RAVING about it!! I just wish I could have taped the whole night. You really added that authenticity to our Mardi Gras - you were TOTALLY AWESOME!! THANK YOU!!" 
– Habitat for Humanity