Teddy Robb has released his debut self-titled EP via Monument Records. The five-track project includes the songs “Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You” (which has been streamed more than 50 million times), and his latest, “Good Love & Good Whiskey,” which was written by Jesse Frasure, Bart Butler, Chase McGill and Cary Barlowe.
Robb collaborated with producers Shane McAnally, Ben Fowler, and Matt McGinn on the new project.
Fred Foster founded Monument Records in 1958. Among the artists signed to the label were Roy Orbison (who recorded his iconic hit “Oh Pretty Woman” for the label), Jeannie Seely, Cindy Walker, Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton (who released her first two singles, “Dumb Blonde” and “Something Fishy” for the label in 1967), Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Connie Smith and Willie Nelson, among others. Monument was later sold, but Sony briefly revived the label in the mid-’90s, and released projects from Dixie Chicks and Little Big Town, before McAnally teamed with Sandbox Entertainment’s Jason Owen to revive the label again in 2017. Foster died in 2019.
“Teddy Robb” EP Track Listing:
Me On You
Good Love & Good Whiskey
Lead Me On
Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You
Tell Me How
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