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Juno Award Winner Tomi Swick Hits The Road For National Tour
April 10 2007

<strong>Juno Award Winner Tomi Swick Hits The Road For National Tour</strong> For Immediate Release One Of The More Pleasant Surprises Of The Recent Juno Awards Held In Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Was When Tomi Swick Won The Award As New Artist Of The Year. Tomi Leaped Out Of His Seat And Raced To The Podium Where He Proudly Displayed A T-Shirt Heralding His Hometown Of Hamilton. Tomi Swick’S Award Was Hard Earned With The Troubadour Notching Three National Tours Onto His Belt. But The Work Doesn’T End With The Award As This Past Weekend He Set Off On His Fourth National Tour Since Last September. Tomi Joins Jeremy Fisher On A 11-Date Tour That Stretches From Victoria In The West To Montreal In The East. Tomi Was Omni-Present Throughout Juno Weekend Acting As Coach Of The Rockers Team In The Juno Cup, Performing In The Very Popular Songwriter’s Circle Program On Sunday Afternoon And Then Presenting An Award At The Top Of The Juno Broadcast. With The Juno Fumes Stills Rising From His Tailpipes, Tomi Headed Off To Los Angeles For A Series Of Showcases For American Media. In Early 2006, Warner Music Canada Launched Tomi Swick's Career By Including Him On The Platinum Selling Compilation Album From The Heart. His Single. "A Night Like This," Became A Top 5 Radio Hit In Canada And Was Followed In The Summer With The Release Of His Debut Album, Stalled Out In The Doorway. The Album Has Since Spawned Two More Radio Hits With "everything Is Alright" And "Sorry Again." Music Critics Were Universal In Their Praise Of Tomi's Vocal Chops And Agree That He Is A Songwriter With A Very Bright Future. Since The Album's Release He Has Toured Across Canada Three Times, First In Clubs With Stabilo, Followed By A Theatre Tour With Goo Goo Dolls And Most Recently Playing In Arenas With The Barenaked Ladies. Tomi Swick Tour Dates Are As Follows: April 7 Victoria Central Bar & Grill April 9 Vancouver Richards On Richards April 10 Grande Priarie, Ab Bj’S April 11 Calgary Macewan Ballroom April 12 Edmonton Starlite Room April 13 Saskatoon Louis Pub April 14 Winnipeg Ramada Marlborough April 18 Montreal Cabaret Du Musee April 20 London Call The Office April 21 Ottawa New Capital Music Hall April 22 Kingston Joy Supper Club -30- For More Information Contact Steve Waxman, Warner Music Canada E: P: (416) 758-1097