Maritime Noon | Mar 7, 2013 | 11:24

Maritime Noon remembers Stompin' Tom Connors

PEI writer and commentator Jack MacAndrew, and musicologists Jacqueline Warwick and Heather Sparling convene to talk about why Stompin' Tom struck such a chord with Canadians.

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