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“Hey Romeo here on Saturday Rob Shapiro was hoping for sunshine recently in Edmonton. And he’s hoping the sunny days continue to follow him for the next few weeks as he and his band, Hey Romeo, head out on a tour that will bring them to Prince George on June 12. But first, the need for sun. It was simple, Shapiro said. The country band was going to be outdoors in a parking lot that day in Edmonton shooting a video for one of its upcoming releases. Click Link to Read More!”
“Hey Romeo — wherefore art thou? Rob Shapiro was hoping for sunshine yesterday in Edmonton. And he’s hoping the sunny days continue to follow him for the next few weeks as he and his band, Hey Romeo, head out on a tour that will bring them to Kamloops on June 13. But first, the need for sun. It was simple, Shapiro said. The country band was going to be outdoors in a parking lot yesterday shooting a video for one of its upcoming releases.”
“Hey Romeo ups the ante CONCERT PREVIEW HEY ROMEO When: Tonight at 9 Where: Marriot at the River Cree Resort & Casino Tickets: $10, at the door or by calling 780-930-2619 We can thank Stacie Roper for the flash of sanity that gave Alberta's folk-country trio Hey Romeo their name. They might not bear much sonic resemblance to the Ramones song ( I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement) from which they cribbed their current moniker, but it's still miles better than Udder Maddness, a tag Roper laboured under with keyboardist Rob Shapiro and guitarist Darren Gusnowsky from 2002 to 2005. Click link to read more!”
“The arithmetic is simple, with three musicians working together. But the process of making that music can be as complex as an arcane mathematical equation. Eventually, eight years of partnership between Darren Gusnowsky, Rob Shapiro and Stacie Roper have added up to a second CD for Edmonton-based band Hey Romeo. It’s being released Friday at River Cree Resort and Casino. “You’re getting together with three different opinions and we have to get together and make a fourth opinion,” said Gusnowsky. It’s like a triangular marriage. Click Link to read more!”
“Hey Romeo, where ya playin? The Drumheller Stampede and Ag Society has announced that Hey Romeo, the country music trio that includes Drumhellerite Rob Shapiro will be appearing at the Richard Cosgrave Badlands Dinosaur Derby. The Society has booked their Saturday night cabaret entertainment and is excited to have the band return to Drumheller. Last time they were in the valley to play was for Canada Day celebrations last year. About a year ago when they appeared, their remake of Fleetwood Mac’s Second Hand News was on the radio. Today they have a new single in heavy rotation. Searchin' for You has broke the Canadian Top 20, and the band has a new album ready to drop on June 1. Click Link to read more!”
“HEY ROMEO BACK IN TOWN! The country music trio, Hey Romeo, plays at Egan’s pub this Friday at 9 p.m. and there is no cover charge The group, consisting of lead vocalist Stacie Roper, Rob Shapiro on keyboards and guitarist Darren Gusnowsky, formed in 2002 and were last in Fort St. John in January. Their new single, Searchin’ for You, recently hit Top 20 ”
“Maybe they'll thank the Dallas Cowboys in their speech. read more here,”