Sweet Pie returns to his stompin’ ground
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Sweet Pie was a local staple at Fat City in the 1970s. He performed at Fat City so often that he created his own “Fat City Comix,” like this one that ran in The Deerfield Valley News on October 28, 1971.
Sweet Pie was a local staple at Fat City in the 1970s. He performed at Fat City so often that he created his own “Fat City Comix,” like this one that ran in The Deerfield Valley News on October 28, 1971.
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WILMINGTON- There will be a meet and greet with Sweet Pie at the Wilmington Village Pub on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, August 11, 12, and 13, from 3 to 5 pm.

Tickets for his show are on sale at Wilmington Village Pub, Wilmington Coffee House, Local Motorcar Services, and at Memorial Hall at the door on the day of the concerts.

Tickets can also be purchased at http://www.brownpapertickets.com but includes a small service fee. Tickets are $10 per person.

Local legend Sweet Pie will be in concert on Saturday, August 12, and Sunday, August 13, at 8 pm at Memorial Hall. Sweet Pie will be accompanied by the All-Star Sweet Stomp Orchestra featuring Old Willie Boy, Buddy Apfel, and Steve Hohstadt.

The Historic Memorial Hall is located at 14 West Main Street.
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