For Immediate Release:

 

CCMA award winning act, Hey Romeo is Set to Release their New Album     

I Got This September 9th

 

Announces Canadian Fall Tour Opening for Alan Jackson and Terri Clark

(Toronto, On- August 26th)- CCMA winner Hey Romeo is set to release new album I Got This September 9th that includes the  first single “Won’t Be Over YouHey Romeo have delivered a record that, as lead vocalist Stacie Roper sings on the title track, will literally “turn your day around.” Featuring good time, party tunes like “Hello Patio,” and introspective offerings such as “Won’t Be Over You,” I Got This is as refreshing as a cold drink on a blazing hot day. When it comes to spreading sunshine, Stacie Roper, keyboardist Rob Shapiro and guitarist Darren Gusnowsky put it themselves, I Got This.

In 2008, Hey Romeo’s self-titled debut garnered them a Canadian Country Music Award for ‘Top New Talent of the Year.’ Their follow up, That’s What I Am (2010), cemented their reputation for fans and industry alike with the Top 20 hits “Searchin For You” and title track, “That’s What I Am.” Additionally, both “That’s What I Am” and 2012’s Twist Of Fate landed the band CCMA Awards for ‘Group or Duo of the Year’ in 2011 and 2012, respectively.

Since they formed in 2002, Hey Romeo’s commitment to staying on the road as much as possible has garnered the Alberta-based Country band a reputation as one of the hardest working acts in Canada. That reputation will only be enhanced following the release of their six-song, 2014 EP, I Got This – a seamless blend of Country, Pop and Rock that reminds listeners that it’s often life’s simplest moments that are the most important.

Over time Hey Romeo have shared the stage with artists including Sugarland, Darius Rucker,LeAnn Rimes, Gord Bamford and Johnny Reid. They will kick off their 2014 touring cycle by joining Alan Jackson, Terri Clark and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band for multiple dates in Western Canada.

 

UPCOMING TOUR DATES:

Opening for Alan Jackson and Terri Clark:

 

September 17 2014- Winnipeg, MB

MTS Centre

Opening for Alan Jackson:

 

September 22 2014 – Victoria, BC

Save On Foods Memorial Centre

 

Opening for Alan Jackson and Terri Clark:

September 25 2014- Kelowna, BC

Prospera Place

 

September 26 2014 – Lethbridge, AB,

Enmax Centre

 

Opening for Terri Clark:

September  23 2014- Saskatoon, SK

TCU Place

 

September  24 2014- Kindersley, SK

West Central Events Centre

 

 

**Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Tour Dates To Be Announced Soon**

 

 

heyromeo.com
facebook.com/heyromeoband
twitter.com/heyromeo

 

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For more information please contact:

 

Sylvain Morency

Manager-National Media Relations-distributed labels

Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc.

office: 416.589.3153

150 Ferrand Drive, Suite 300

Toronto, Ontario, M3C 3E5

Sep 2nd, 2014

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