Welcome to the Double Cupp Diner, way down on Highway 57 between Frog Level and Smyrna, where the pie is fresh, and the waitresses are like the coffee – hot!
The boys from the gas station next door play a high-octane blend of country and bluegrass packed with entertaining toe-tappers about life, love, and good times.
Come on in and let good American folk music melt your troubles away with a generous serving of great music and foot-stomping fun.
Pump Boys & Dinettes was written by John Foley, Debra Monk, Mark Hardwick, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann as a semi-autobiographical tribute to their experiences as performers working in the food service industry.
Pump Boys & Dinettes was nominated for the 1982 Tony Award for Best Musical as well as four Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Lyrics and Outstanding Music.
Click here for a quick video of the Pump Boys and Dinettes cast taking over the Palace Diner with some hot tunes and sweet harmonies!
“For those wishing to take a trip back to a simpler era…Pump Boys & Dinettes serves up a wistful, warm slice of nostalgia together with a foot-tapping country musical score that is guaranteed to leave the audience smiling and singing along.“
“The entertainment is nonstop.”
–Portland Press Herald
“One mighty delicious serving of high octane fun.”
L.M. – Piano | Kevin Smith
JIM – Rhythm Guitar | Joel Crowley
EDDIE – Lead guitarist | Brian Callaghan
JACKSON – Bass | Jason Phillips
BILLY – Drums | Joshua Adams
PRUDIE CUPP – Percussion | Sara Sturdivant
RHETTA CUPP – Percussion | Kelsey Franklin