|Industry||record label (1926-1938)|
|Fate||Active as an Entertainment Company|
Number of locations
American Record Corporation (1931-1938)
S. H. Kress & Co. (1938-1981)
Kmart City Products[disambiguation needed] (1981-present)
|Website||Romeo Records on the Internet Archive's Great 78 Project|
Romeo Records was an American jazz record label that started in 1926 as a subsidiary of Cameo Records. The discs were sold exclusively at S. H. Kress & Co. department stores and retailed for .25 cents each.
From the beginning, Romeo discs had a maroon label. It was changed to a black label in 1931 and then became blue in 1935.