Dynamic... Fierce... Wildly entertaining... Charming...
Just five of the buzz words consistently used to describe this 6 piece Midwest country-rock
powerhouse, Jamie Campbell & the Redneck Romeos.
Formed in 2011, this award-winning group--- chosen in 2013 to appear on a TV REALITY SERIES
titled "Band Rescue"- pairing them with celebrity musicians to give them an upper edge in their
quest to the top--- with 2 songs currently spinning on radio both nationally and internationally,
has quickly rocketed to the top in their region. They've also began to make a name for
themselves in Nashville, playing clubs like Cadillac Ranch, Tootsies and more.
Playing on radio: Insane Country Girls (2013) & Miss Communication (2012)
In both 2012 and 2013 the band brought home the coveted regional award for Country Group
of the Year at the RAMIs (Rockford [Illinois] Area Music Industry) as well as earning multi-year
stage spots to play one of the nation's hugest country fests, Country Thunder USA in Twin
Lakes, Wisconsin. The group’s original song “Miss. Communication” was also a nominee for
WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) song of the year 2012.
The band plays out 2-4 times each week in the Midwest and beyond, and is well known for their
kind-hearted philanthropy to area organizations such as St. Jude Children's Hospital and military
The band has opened for many national acts, including Justin Moore, Jamie Johnson, David
Allan Coe Band, Randy Houser, Jo Dee Messina, Chris Cagle and more.
The group's commercial music venture was born out of Jamie’s success as a finalist in the CMT
competition, Nashville Star.
The band’s original music has an edgy flare, but still stays within country limits, while covered
artists include Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert, Randy Houser, Toby Keith, Trace Atkins and more.
Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos take country to a whole new level of live