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The Stampeders set to celebrate 50 years with concert in Kamloops

The Stampeders are behind hits like 'Sweet City Woman' and 'Hit the Road Jack'
The Stampeders
The Stampeders' long legacy of hits is sure to find familiar ears when they play in Kamloops on Monday, June 27, at the Sagebrush Theatre.

Remaining tickets are limited and can be found online at kamloopslive.ca.

The Stampeders saw success throughout the 1970s with hits like Sweet City Woman, Hit the Road Jack and Got My Mojo Working. The band was prolific, releasing seven albums that decade, with most charting.

The band also toured extensively and became musical ambassadors for Canada during the height of their fame.

Although the trio of Rich Dodson, Kim Berly and Ronnie King parted ways in 1977, they reunited in 1992 and have since been recognized by SOCAN with a lifetime achievement award, also joining the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.The band's 50-year reunion tour will come to Kamloops on June 27 for a show at the Sagebrush Theatre, 1300 9 Ave.