Charles Thomas "Stompin' Tom" Connors, OC (February 9, 1936 – March 6, 2013) was a Canadian country and folk singer-songwriter. Focusing his career exclusively on his native Canada, Connors is credited with writing more than 300 songs and has released four dozen albums, with total sales of nearly 4 million copies. Connors died at age 77 in his home in Ballinafad, Ontario on March 6, 2013, of renal failure.

His songs have become part of the Canadian cultural landscape. Three of his best-known songs, Sudbury Saturday Night, Bud the Spud and The Hockey Song, are played at various games throughout the National Hockey League; the latter is played at every Toronto Maple Leafs home game.

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Year Title RatingReleases
1969 On Tragedy Trail 1
1970 Bud the Spud and Other Favorites 1
1973 Merry Christmas Everybody 1
1973 Stompin' Tom and The Hockey Song 2
2008 The Ballad of Stompin' Tom 1
2012 Stompin' Tom & the Roads of Life 1
And the Moon Man Newfie 1
At the Gumboot Clogeroo / 'Muk Tuk' Annie 1
KIC Along with Stompin' Tom 1
Long Gone to the Yukon 1
Move Along With Stompin' Tom 1
Sound Tracks Canada 1
Stompin' Tom Meets Big Joe Mufferaw 1
The North Atlantic Squadron 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1990 A Proud Canadian 2
1998 25 of the Best Stompin' Tom Souvenirs 1
Two Great Albums 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1971 'Live' at the Horseshoe 3

Unspecified type

Year Title RatingReleases
The confederation bridge 1

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