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The Pietasters were founded in Washington D.C. in 1990 by singer/songwriter Stephen Jackson. In 1992, the group got their first big break when they were chosen as the opening act for a tour by the British ska legends Bad Manners. After releasing a self-titled album in 1993 they hit the road in an old school bus and headed west. Relentless touring paid off and MOON Records took notice, releasing two albums "Oolooloo" and "Strapped LIVE". In 1997, they signed to Hellcat/Epitaph releasing two albums, "Willis" and "Awesome Mix Tape, Vol. 6". From Two-Tone Ska, to Jamaican crooners, to Stax, Motown, DC hardcore, and British Punk, the The Pietasters continue to deliver a world-class performance of their very own style - with sing along lyrics and dance-through-your-socks rhythms - played by friends who remain true to their roots.