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Stompin' Bob performing in 2015.
|Birth name||Steven Bobly Johnson|
November 26, 1989|
Club Penguin, USA
|Origin||United States of Antarctica|
|Labels||Club Penguin Music Records|
|Associated acts||G Billy, Petey K, Franky, Cadence|
|Double bass, cello, electric bass|
Steven Bobly Johnson, best known by his stage name, Stompin' Bob, is a musician and singer-songwriter that is part of the famous Club Penguin band, Penguin Band. Entering the music industry at the age of 16, Bobly has performed major gigs with the Penguin Band when they formed in 2005 and has attained success with the band since the release of their debut album The Four Penguins (2010). Stompin' Bob is notable for playing the double bass and cello in the band, as well as singing and rapping. He is the most urban member of the band that always attempts to extend the band's musical horizons. He was majorly involved in the band's second album, Cosmic (2014) that attained similar chart success to the band's debut. He is the most fashionable and stylish of the band members. He was a judge on the reality talent show Antarctican Idol as Cadence's replacement from 2014-16 (when the series ended).
Steven Bobly was born on November 28, 1989 where Club Penguin is now. He had a passion for music from the start. His parents were usually supportive during his childhood. They bought him an acoustic guitar when he was three, but he didn't really enjoy playing it. It was the same with the drums, electric guitar, flute and piano. Finally when his parents decided to take him personally to the music shop and choose himself, he saw a cello. He bought it immediately and has been playing it ever since. He taught himself how to play it, and soon enough he was a master of the cello by the mere age of five. At the age of 10, he found out about an instrument called a bass, so his parents let him buy one and practice with it.
- Stompin' Bob also appeared in the "Gotta Have a Wingman" music video along with Cadence.
- On This Dirt Track (2018)
- His stage name is based on his real name. He took the first two letters and last letter of Steven and replaced it with Stompin' because he loved to stomp his feet during performances. For the second part of his stage name, he took his second name, Bobly and just shorted it to Bob.
- Steven has been playing the cello ever since he was little and taught himself how to play it.
- "Be Cool."
- "You know you can, you know you can!"
- "AWESOME music, dude!"
- "Yeah, I know."