Jamie Campbell - Vocals
Jamie Campbell’s venture into commercial music followed his success as a finalist in the CMT competition, Nashville Star. His popularity has been growing with every show. His stage presence and strong voice engage everyone. Jamie has personally opened for several National acts such as: Justin Moore, Jamie Johnson, David Allan Coe Band, Randy Houser and more. He has been blessed to sing at such venues as Cadillac Ranch in Nashville, Tootsies and more. He is a local favorite at festivals and charity events as well. His song choice and charming antics make every show a memorable event for everyone. Jamie has the ability to take country to a whole new level with his strong voice and great vibe.
Mike Armato - Drums
Mike began playing drums at the age of 12. After playing in his high school marching band it was recommended that he further his abilities. He contacted Jack Brand (Author of Percussion Express) and continued to perfect his talent under his direction. Mike has played with a variety of club acts and touring acts throughout the Midwest and shared the stage with many musical greats such as: Rick Neilson, Pistol Pete, Great White, April Wine & Bret Michaels. He has also opened for Jeffrey Steele, Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Kellie Pickler and more.
Mike Hysmith - Bass
Born and raised in Rockford, IL Mike formed his first band at age 14. He started playing guitar at age 13 and switched to bass after realizing that was his true talent. His first live performance was at age 15 and he was hooked. He has played with numerous local bands in Northern IL and Southern WI and has finally found his true calling with Jamie Campbell and The Redneck Romeo’s. He has been part of RAMI award winning bands such as Essie Ecks and has enjoyed every genre of music. His early influences come from Kiss, Cheap Trick and John Cash.
Jacob Addis - Rhythm Guitar
Growing up in a Christian household where the sounds of the piano were prominent he learned to love music at an early age. When he was 14 one his friends dad let him borrow an acoustic guitar. He took it home and played it until his fingers were numb. Jake taught himself chords and songs all by ear. Learning to read not only sheet music, but also guitar tabs, excelled him as a guitar player. He then studied with local blues Guitarist "Pistol Pete" to sharpen his skills even more. Jake then ventured into several local cover bands before finding his true fit with Jamie Campbell and The Redneck Romeo's.