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Al Gomes of Big Noise is representing George Domiano and Johnny Bower's catalog of recordings and songs for placement and licensing in film, TV, and advertising. Music supervisors can contact Big Noise about George and Johnny's catalog at 401-274-4770 (USA) or by emailing al@bignoisenow.com.

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The Recording Academy
placed George Domiano, Johnny Bower, and their artist Kaveh
on the Official Ballot
for the 57th and 58th Annual Grammy Awards
in the following categories:

Song of the Year
Kaveh - 'In Time'
Songwriters: George Domiano and Johnny Bower

Best Pop Solo Performance
Kaveh - 'Broken'
Songwriters: George Domiano and Johnny Bower

Best Pop Solo Performance
Kaveh - 'In Time'
Songwriters: George Domiano and Johnny Bower

Best Pop Vocal Album
Kaveh - 'In Time'
Songwriters: George Domiano and Johnny Bower

George Domiano and Johnny Bower (top photo left-right) couldn't be more of an unlikely pair. George was born and raised in NYC. A street smart kid with a poet's heart. Johnny was born in Lafayette, Indiana, a small town kid who just wanted to be famous. The two met by chance in Florida in 1998. Johnny was visiting a friend who happened to know George's brother Chris. Chris introduced Johnny to George who was a lyricist. George and Johnny immediately hit it off. They wrote a song together that day. The writing chemistry between the two of them was undeniable. Johnny never went home, he moved in with George. They wrote 20 songs over the next 6 months. George contacted an old friend in NYC to start putting a live band together for Johnny.

In July of 1998, George and Johnny began working with the band. The chemistry was amazing. George named the band Hazy Jade. By the end of August, Hazy Jade played their first show at Kenny's Castaway in The Village. They were a huge success! For the next year, they built a reputation as one of the hottest bands in Manhattan, playing The Bitter End, The China Club and CBGB's. They started getting some interest from record companies when George had a motorcycle accident. George being the glue that held the band together, and with him out of the picture, the band slowly imploded and broke up. Johnny moved back to Lafayette and started another band but without George's leadership, but it was just never the same. The two only communicated once or twice a year.

In 2008, George received a phone call from Johnny. He wanted to know if George was willing to write with him again. George flew to Indiana for eight days to see if the chemistry was still there. Not only was the chemistry still there, it was better than ever. They wrote four songs in those eight days. Johnny flew back to Florida with George for a week to keep the streak alive. They wrote another three songs. From 2008 to 2012, the two had two albums worth of new material, working together over the phone and the internet.

George was searching YouTube for new talent in December of 2012, looking for a voice for their songs and discovered a 24-year old man from London named Kaveh. After developing a relationship with Kaveh, they decided to give it a try. Kaveh started recording George and Johnny's songs, putting his own twist on the music. The next step was signing with Al Gomes and A. Michelle at Big Noise for career and creative guidance. It became an amazing collaboration and lead to the release of 'In Time.'

The team now predicts major developments including a strong strategic plan in getting the Domiano-Bower songwriting team a well-deserved publishing deal. Listen to their catalog here

Stay tuned!

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