We are thrilled to announce that Mississippi Stomp is a 2016 Mississippi Music Foundation Nominee in three categories; Best Mississippi Rock Band, Artist & Original Song with "Is Anybody Listening".  Please click on the link below to vote. Voting is open daily and as often as you like until May 6, 2016. Thank you for your time, we are grateful



Mississippi Stomp / Press

“MISSISSIPPI STOMP Chickasaw Lodge independent Lastly, for today, we’re heading down the swamp for some roots rock, courtesy of Mississippi Stomp. And it’s really rather good, if you like that place where The Band fool around with The Black Crowes to jam out on some old style country meets blues meets gospel meets rock. It’s their debut album, though they seem to have been on the go for a wee while, with some of them going back two decades through an array of cover bands, but this sees them writing and picking their own songs. This is the kind of record that fans of The Allman Brothers will take to. It has a hint of jam, but remains rooted in harmony and melody, something that is always welcome round these parts. A handful of these tunes are already on repeat play, with ‘Got My Number’, ‘Hill Country’ and ‘ Pickin’ Time’ picking up a lot of plays. A cracking record you should really check out.”

Stuart A. Hamilton - The Rocker/UK

Review by: Glenn Milligan
Mississippi Stomp – Chickasaw Lodge
(S/R – 2014)

Yes believe it or not this is actually real deal and they didn’t use the famous USA word just to look cool – it’s where they live.

A sextet I may add who deliver some excellent authentic blues and southerness in 10 glory-filled tracks from beginning to end. One of those albums where it’s all one big highlight from the countrified opener ‘Got My Number’; the stonkin’ ‘Blues Got Hold’; Can’t Let Her Go’ & ‘Live A Little’ that dare I say remind me of Quireboys with female backing vocals.

Then there’s the delicious ‘Is Anybody Listening’ that comes across very biographical about a guy who plays his honky tonk in a bar and the closing salute to their area in ‘If Mississippi’s So Bad’ that’s pure gospel blues done by white dudes with plenty of guts and Hammond.

Pipe it up!


By Glenn Milligan