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Sunday, April 7th

2-4PM Family Fun Day at For Kids Only Hall

233 Winthrop St., Winthrop, MA  Free Admission

Children’s book readings, live music, art activities, and face painting.

Squeezebox Stompers Duo ( Larry and Ralph) 3:30-4:00 PM

Ralph will be reading from his newest book: True Friends Indeed

For more information go to:


Saturday, April 27th

7:30-10:00 PM Cajun Zydeco Dance

Common St. Spiritualist Center, 12 Common St., Natick, MA

Dance Instruction 7:30-8:00PM Squeezebox Stompers 8:00-10:00 PM

Suggested Donation $20 Accepted at the Door

Sponsored by the Spiritualist Center and Natick Cultural District 


Saturday, May 18th

12-3:00 PM Watertown Porchfest

71 Boylston St., Watertown, MA; Rain date: 5/19

For more information contact:


Saturday, June 15th

1-3PM Cambridge Library Concert (outside)

449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA Free. Rain Date June 22nd

Contact: ) (617)349-4127


Wednesday, June 26th

Private School Concert

Thursday, June 27th

5:30-6:15 PM Winthrop Public Library( inside) 

2 Metcalf Square, Winthrop, MA 125th Year Celebration All Day/Night (617)846-1703


Thursday, July 4th

10:00 AM-12 PM Hingham , MA Parade

Squeezebox Stompers on a float. More details to follow.

Thursday, July 4th

Private Late Afternoon BBQ


Saturday, July 6th

2024 Marblehead Festival of Arts

8:00-10:30 PM

Crocker Park

11 Front Street, Marblehead



Saturday, July 13th

7:30-10:00 PM Asbury Grove Dance (Open to Public)

Tabernacle Hall, 15 Lee Park, South Hamilton, MA (978)368-3731

Donations accepted at the door.

Sunday, July 14

Squeezebox Quartet performs an unplugged, acoustic performance.

2-3:15 PM

Historic North Hall

40 Searle Rd., Huntington, MA

Contact: or Nancy Kaminsky (413)667-0290.


Wednesday, July 17th

  6:30-8:00 PM Saltonstall Park

149 Main St., Watertown, MA 


Saturday, July 20th

Private Yacht Club Party


Sunday, August 18th

6-7:30 PM Reading Summer Concert Series

53 Harrison St. Reading, MA

A little about us

The Squeezebox Stompers is a Boston area Americana Roots band. We've performed Americana, 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. 


We're proud to announce the release of our latest album "What's So Bad About Feeling Good"

Here's what they're saying ...

Boston’s Squeezebox Stompers play an amalgam of Americana, Cajun, Zydeco,Blues and Folk, and they do it better than anyone in the Northeast. "What's So Bad About Feeling Good" is  an album worthy of non-stop airplay and critical acclaim. Outstanding!

Metronome Magazine


“Fun is the operative word for the Squeezebox Stompers.This joyous band brings out the best of Zydeco whether you’re from the East Coast, West Coast, or straight from the heart of Louisiana. Get your dancing shoes on!”

–Holly Harris, Host, Spinning the Blues, WUMB, Boston


"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

“You can’t be sad when tapping and clapping to
the Squeezebox Stompers. Listening to the band
is the best medicine for improving difficult days.”
–Liz Freeman, Manager, Linden Tree Coffeehouse, Wakefield MA


“The band’s rhythm-driven music lifts the heart,
widens the smile and begs the feet to move.
The Squeezebox Stompers bring a dance party
wherever they go!”
–Anthony Silva, Founder, Me & Thee Music, Marblehead MA


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