Tuesday, March 2, 2010

My cousin CT Robinson is a songwriter??

I thought I would share the story of how I reconnected with my cousin CT Robinson. I have lived in Nashville since 2002 and in that time I have written and recorded a lot of music, but all along I wanted to find a good co writer. In an earlier post, I wrote about how co writing is worse than dating. And just like dating, when you finally give up looking...BOOM...in walks the person you were meant to find all along.

Well, late last year when we moved to Franklin I decided that I was in this thing alone. I just had to buckle down and do it all by myself. I don't need a co writer anyway. That same week, my Mom called me and said, "Did you know your cousin Teddy is a songwriter and sings?" I just kinda laughed and said no.

So, I found him on myspace, listened to his music and sent him a message. Now I hadn't seen my cousin CT (I knew him as Teddy) in 20 years. He was also a cool kid, but now he is a great writer, singer and guitar player. EXACTLY what I was looking for. I knew this had to be God's timing.

Long story short, CT and I are making plans to write, record and perform all over town. It has been wonderful reconnecting with my long, lost cousin. We played our first show together last week at the Commodore Sports Grille and it went great. We have many things planned for this year.

Keep the faith people, you never know what is right around the corner.

Peace and love,



Cagney said...

Don't forget to add that...it just happened that Teddy lived nearby even though you both grew up in Missouri!

How exciting!!

PhilB said...

yeah, thanks for adding that. Turns out we live a couple hours from each other and both have that songwriter passion for Nashville.

So cool!!!

My favorite Songwriter Joel Shewmake

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“Be not the judges of men, but love your brothers and sisters, and find ways to reach out to them in common goals and aspirations. Where there is love in common, the divisions of creed will melt away and reveal the true nature of man’s eternal destiny -- one of unity in purpose, to be perfect as the Father is perfect."

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