About The Stampeders
The Stampeders is a rock band formed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1964 as a sextet, the Rebounds. It was re-organized in Toronto as a trio in 1968 by Rich Dodson (guitarist, b Sudbury, Ont, 1 Jul 1947), Ronnie King (bass guitarist, b Rotterdam 1 Aug 1947), and Kim Berly (drummer, b Dawson Creek, BC, 24 Jul 1948). Each sang and contributed songs to the repertoire. The trio's recording for MWC (Music World Creations, founded by the band's manager, Mel Shaw) of Dodson's "Carry Me" was a major Canadian hit in 1971. Read more about The Stampeders on Last.fm.