TEDDY ROBB: WRITING WHAT “WHISKEY CAN’T”
|Nashville, TENN. – Teddy Robb is a bourbon guy. Preferably on the rocks. After the second glass, there’s a moment when it can go one of two ways for the Midwestern singer/songwriter. “There was a moment this time last year when I think we were all seeking solace in the bottle, and I started thinking about country music and its love affair with booze and asking ‘where else do you get a better buzz?’ And it dawned on me, it’s so obvious. That’s when ‘Whiskey Can’t’ was written.”|
Listen to “Whiskey Can’t” HERE
|Also produced by Good, “Whiskey Can’t” is the first new music following Robb’s debut 2020 self-titled EP, and latest single “Heaven on Dirt,” that went to amass over 100-million worldwide streams making it the highest-consumed EP from a debut country artist since 2015 that did not include a Top 40 radio single. |
“I’m a song guy,” Robb adds, “and while I know I can’t out-write this town, after releasing a few songs I absolutely loved but did not write, I’m really proud and humbled to release a song that was my answer to the buzz we all feel when we meet someone that excites us.”
Online at teddyrobb.com and @teddyrobb.
|About Teddy Robb:|
With over 100 million worldwide streams to date, and a fresh new single “Whiskey Can’t,” Teddy Robb has burst onto the county music scene. His laid-back vocals and authentic songs bring a distinctive country & midwestern style to the genre, that led American Songwriter to comment “there is a distinctiveness to not only his vocal approach, but his style.” In 2020 Teddy released his self-titled debut EP, which was the highest consuming debut EP released by a country artist since 2015, without a top 40 radio single on it. With his newest single “Whiskey Can’t,” Teddy brings his unique perspective to a classic country narrative.