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Teddy Robb hasn’t had the traditional road to a country music career in Nashville. After finishing college at Kent State where he played football, the Ohio native moved to Nashville on a whim. He was working the honkytonk scene when he took a fateful trip to Colorado that changed his career path. While on vacation with some friends in Vail Teddy ended up on stage performing a few songs at a local spot called Pepi’s. The bar manger offered him a full-time gig as their musician on the spot. Having always wanted to live in the mountains Robb took the position.
Throughout the course of the next year Robb refined his sound merging country with folk. It was during that year he had yet another chance meeting that would ultimately bring him back to Nashville. Robb is now back in Nashville full-time and has a publishing deal with SMACK Songs. His debut single “Lead Me On” is just about to cross the million stream mark and this is just the beginning for Teddy. Read More >