Hey Romeo is nominated for CCMAs | DrumhellerMail
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Hey Romeo is nominated for CCMAs


    The band Hey Romeo just received six nominations at the CCMA awards, taking place in Hamilton, Ontario on September 12, 2011.

     With six nominations, hometown keyboard player Rob Shapiro comments, “It’s a honour to make it in the final cut.”
    Hey Romeo has been busy touring local venues across Alberta and has appeared at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Nashville North at the Calgary Stampede, and more recently at Strathmore Heritage Days, along with several other venues across Alberta.
    The band just recently shot a video for their new single “Hello” in Calgary on a transit bus and on a dirt road in Cochrane.
    “It was a lot of fun,” Shapiro said.   
    Hey Romeo has been busy co-writing songs with other recording artists Carolyn Dawn Johnston, Bryan Hill, Victoria Banks.
    "We wrote a couple of beauties with Carolyn Dawn Johnston, she is a sweetheart and super talented,” explained Rob.
    Canadian Country Music Association nominations for the band include Group or Duo of the Year, Album of the Year and Record of the Year, along with Album Design of the Year and Website of the Year.
    Personal nominations are for Rob Shapiro for keyboards and Darren Gusnowsky for guitar for the All Star Band Awards.
    Fans can stay in touch with Hey Romeo by joining their Facebook page or can go to their web site at www.heyromeo.com where they can purchase their new album, entitled “That’s What I Am.”

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