(Nashville, Tenn. – May 7, 2013) Country artist Robby Armstrong’s debut single, “Rodeo,” is currently at Country radio.
Written by Armstrong and Darrell Brown, the toe-tapping track is Robby’s first single from his forthcoming 2013 full-length album, which is additionally produced by Brown (LeAnn Rimes, Ty Herndon, Radney Foster).
“The song is a rowdy, joyful rocker,” said Armstrong. “It captures that special moment of when you are doing exactly what it is that makes you excited in life. It’s about having fun and being in good spirits.”
A dance remix for the song has also been created and is circulating through line dance clubs across the country. To watch an instructional video, click here.
As a dedicated and passionate musician with more than 30 years of experience, Robby Armstrong weaves elements of Alternative Country, with its warm melodies and heartfelt lyrics, and an exciting playing style into a sound that is uniquely his own.
“Robby Armstrong sounds like the illegitimate child of Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Glen Campbell and John Mellencamp all in one,” says, talent manager, Rick Yorn.
Armstrong currently resides in Huntington Beach, California and is pursuing his first love: Country music. He feels he has come full circle and found a place he can write, play and produce a great country album. While his music lends itself to the Alternative Country-Rock genre, Armstrong is confident traditional Country music lovers will not be disappointed by his style.
Robby has three songs, including “Rodeo” in the upcoming feature film, Gambit (featuring Cameron Diaz, Colin Firth), wherein he and his band make a cameo appearance. The songs are also featured on the official soundtrack.
Additionally, “Rodeo” is also featured in The Sims video game and has been heard at Angels’ stadium as the Los Angeles Angels’ rally song.
“Rodeo” is available on iTunes and other major digital music retailers.
For more information, visit RobbyArmstrong.net.
For media inquiries and mp3 requests, contact Christy Watkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-269-7071.