For Immediate Release September 16, 2016
Robby Johnson Offers Emotional “Together”
Powerful Single At Radio Starting October 6
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) Attention-grabbing videos are getting to be dynamic country crooner Robby Johnson’s thing. After bursting onto the scene with the viral smash “South Of Me,” he’s back with a new single, his ballad “Together” which impacts at radio on October 6.
Written by chart-topping country performer Chris Young, “Together” is the first song Johnson was offered a chance to record after he moved his family to Nashville. In fact, Robby first heard the tune while working as a demo singer for legendary tunesmith Frank Myers. At the time, he could only dream of being able to make the song a master recording for his own debut album.
The upcoming video for “Together,” which is the second single from his James Stroud-produced debut album
Don’t Look Back, is a high-drama imagining of just how deep true love runs:
Together we are stronger than apart and now
Forever we’ll be joined here in our hearts like
A puzzle with a missing piece
Did I find you did you find me
It’s crazy how two lives are meant to be
More than just a title, “together” is also how the video was made, as Johnson’s 8-year-old Pierre plays a role in the clip. “My son and I have lots of things in common,” Robby says. “Like me, he loves Elvis and Michael Jackson, and he dreams of playing Superman in a movie. He did an amazing job and I hope Hollywood is watching!”
Odds are they won’t be the only ones watching, if Johnson’s career to date is any indication. His introduction to national audiences came with the video for “South Of Me,” which drew an astounding three million views within a few months of release. The viral success propelled him to radio airplay and major network television appearances.
Scenes from the music video for “Together”