Jimmy Robbins Inks New Co-Pub Deal With Round Hill, Signs Eric Arjes To JV

Pictured (Back row, L-R): Matthew Beckett (Round Hill counsel), Austen Adams (Dickinson Wright), Joe Fisher (BNNS). (Front row, L-R): Mark Brown (SVP, GM Round Hill Nashville), Jimmy Robbins, Sarah Robbins (JRM), Josh Saxe (Sr. Director A&R, Round Hill Nashville)

Round Hill Music Nashville and Baby Needs New Shoes have signed a new co-publishing deal with hit songwriter and producer Jimmy Robbins.

Robbins has earned 11 Top 10 hits including 8 No. 1 songs as a writer, as well as a No. 1 song as a producer for Canaan Smith’s “Love You Like That” and a Billboard No. 1 Album as a producer for RaeLynn’s Wildhorse. He is a CMA Triple Play Award winner and was ASCAP Song Of The Year winner for Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This.” Robbins also recently earned NSAI’s 10 Songs I Wish I’d Written award for Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song.”

“It is a real pleasure to be able to announce that Round Hill is continuing our very productive relationship with Jimmy Robbins. Jimmy is a uncommonly talented writer and we are thrilled to be in business together,” boasts Mark Brown, Round Hill Nashville’s SVP & GM.

In addition, Round Hill and Jimmy have expanded their joint venture company JRM and signed Eric Arjes to an exclusive co-publishing deal. Arjes is a multi-genre songwriter and producer who has landed cuts with artists like Tim McGraw, Lonestar, Thompson Square and Newsboys to name a few. Arjes has found continued success in the sync world, creating and performing music featured in national TV Ad campaigns for Hershey’s, Lowe’s, Pringles, Dr Pepper, and Walmart, as well as television shows like The Walking Dead and Teen Wolf, and movie trailers/soundtracks like The Muppets Most Wanted.

“I am thrilled to be continuing with the whole Round Hill team and couldn’t be more excited about Eric joining it. He’s one of the most talented people I’ve met and we’re lucky to work with him,” adds Robbins.

Pictured (L-R): Mark Brown (SVP, GM Round Hill Nashville), Matthew Beckett (Round Hill counsel), Josh Saxe (Sr. Director A&R, Round Hill Nashville), Eric Arjes, Jimmy Robbins, Sarah Robbins (JRM)

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