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Allie Shermetaro performs on FOX 2

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The young, talented Allie Shermetaro is a musician as well as a singer. She plays writes her own songs and plays guitar and piano. Her band 'Redeem Release' has performed in multiple talent shows.

Shermetaro walked into Toby Keith's open mic night and demonstrated her powerful vocal range and love for performing, blowing away the audience. The first song she wrote ('Last Goodbye') was for the kids that were killed in the Sandy Hook school tragedy.

Shermetaro will be performing on March 16 for The Scott Thompson Band at Toby Keith's and on March 22 where she will open for Hubie Ashcraft and The Drive. She will also be performing at a book release on April 11, at Anies Cafe' at 21 & Hayes.

Online: www.facebook.com/AllieShermetaro

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