Jimmy Robbins

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Jimmy Robbins
Jimmy Robbins 2014.jpg
Jimmy Robbins, 2014
Background information
Birth name James Michael Robbins
Born (1989-09-03) September 3, 1989 (age 27)
Origin Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.
Genres Pop rock, Pop music, country
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 2005–present
Labels Universal Motown (2007–2009)
Associated acts Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett, Jake Owen, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban
Website www.jimmyrobbins.com

James Michael "Jimmy" Robbins (born September 3, 1989, in Raleigh, North Carolina) is an American singer-songwriter and producer.

Biography[edit]

In October 2007, Jimmy signed to Universal Motown Records. Jimmy's major label album See Through Secrets was then digitally released on September 8, 2009.

In 2014 Jimmy won a CMA Triple Play Award for having 3 #1 songs in a twelve-month period as well as winning the ASCAP country song of the year for Thomas Rhett's It Goes Like This. His song We Were Us, performed by Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert, won Musical Event of the Year at the 2014 CMA Awards. Jimmy has produced songs for artists Canaan Smith, RaeLynn, Sabrina Carpenter, and Trent Harmon including Smith's number one single Love You Like That

Personal life[edit]

On April 16, 2016, Jimmy married Sarah Boddie in Gulfport, Mississippi. [1]

Select songwriting discography[edit]

Songs written or co-written by Robbins.

Discography
Artist Album Song
Alexz Johnson Skipping Stone (2012) "Back of the Room"
"Pleased To Meet You"
"Skipping Stone"
"Walking"
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Zombies On Broadway (2017) "Dead Man's Dollar"
Ashley Gearing Train Track EP (2015) "Cry Baby"
"Train Track"
Billy Currington Summer Forever (2015) "Wake Me Up"
"Jonesin"
Blake Shelton Based on a True Story… (2013) "Sure Be Cool If You Did"
Brett Young Brett Young (2017) "Close Enough"
"Left Side Of Leavin'"
The Cadillac Three Bury Me In My Boots (2016) "Party Like You"
"This Accent"
Canaan Smith Bronco (2015) "Love At First"
Cassadee Pope Summer (2016) "Piano"
Chad Brownlee Hearts on Fire (2016) "Gone Gone"
"Somethin' We Shouldn't Do"
Chase Rice Ignite the Night (2014) "Gonna Wanna Tonight"
Dallas Smith Tippin' Point (2014) "A Girl Like You"
Lifted (2014) "Thinkin' 'Bout You"
Side Effects (2016) "One Little Kiss"
"Sleepin' Around"
Dan + Shay Obsessed (2016) "All Nighter"
"Already Ready"
David Fanning N/A "Doin' Country Right"
David Nail I'm a Fire (2014) "Whatever She's Got"
Dierks Bentley Black (2016) "Pick Up"
Due West N/A "Move Like That"
Dustin Lynch Where It's At (2014) "Halo"
"Sing It To Me"
Dylan Scott Dylan Scott (2016) "Back"
Eli Young Band 10,000 Towns (2014) "Let's Do Something Tonight"
Florida Georgia Line This Is How We Roll (2013) "Headphones"
Anything Goes (2014) "Girl On The Radio"
Gloriana Three (2015) "Get Back That Goodbye"
Hunter Hayes The 21 Project (2015) "I Mean You"
Jake Owen Days of Gold (2013) "Beachin'"
"One Little Kiss (Never Killed Nobody)"
Jana Kramer Thirty One (2015) "All I've Got"
"Last Song"
"Love"
Jason Aldean They Don't Know (2016) "Lights Come On"
Jennifer Nettles Playing with Fire (2016) "Hey Heartbreak"
John King N/A "Baseball Cap"
Keith Urban Fuse (2013) "Gonna B Good"
"We Were Us"
(with Miranda Lambert)
Kellie Pickler N/A "Feelin' Tonight"
Kelly Clarkson Piece by Piece (2015) "Good Goes the Bye"
Lady Antebellum 747 (2014) "All Nighter"
Leah Turner Leah Turner (2014) "Pull Me Back"
Levi Hummon Levi Hummon EP (2016) "Chain Reaction"
"Life's For Livin'"
"Love You Hate You Miss You"
"Window Down Days"
Lindsay Ell TBA (2016) "All Alright"
Love and Theft Whiskey on My Breath (2015) "Hang Out Hungover"
"TBA" (2016) "Candyland"
Lucy Hale Road Between (2014) "From the Backseat"
"Those Three Words"
Luke Bryan Kill the Lights (2015) "Corner Booth"
Maddie & Tae Start Here (2015) "No Place Like You"
Maren Morris Hero (2016) "I Could Use a Love Song"
Matt Simons When The Lights Go Down (2016) "Take Me Home"
Megan and Liz N/A "Long Distance"
"Old School Love"
"Run Away"
Michael Ray Michael Ray (2015) "Look Like This"
"Think a Little Less"
"This Love"
Miranda Lambert Platinum "Babies Makin' Babies"
"Girls"
"Priscilla"
Nash Overstreet U Don't Get 2 Do That ep (2017) "Brand New Man"
Old Dominion Meat and Candy (2015) "Til It's Over"
RaeLynn Me (2015) "Careless"
"Kissin' Frogs"
Always Sing (2015) "Always Sing"
Wild Horse (2016)
"Diamonds"
"Graveyard"
"Insecure"
"Love Triangle (song)"
"Say (Feat. Dan + Shay)"
"Your Heart"
Ray Gibson N/A "In Your Kiss"
Sabrina Carpenter EVOlution (2016) "Run and Hide"
Sara Evans Slow Me Down (2014) "Slow Me Down"
Scotty McCreery See You Tonight (2013) "Before Midnight"
Temecula Road What If I Kissed You (2017) "What If I Kissed You"
The Swon Brothers The Swon Brothers (2014) "What I'm Thinking About"
Tim McGraw Damn Country Music (2015) "Top of the World"
Thomas Rhett It Goes Like This (2013) "It Goes Like This"
"Sorry For Partyin"
Tangled Up (2015) "Anthem"
"Learned It From The Radio"
Thompson Square Just Feels Good (2013) "Home Is You"
Trent Harmon TBA (2016) "There's a Girl"
Waterloo Revival Front Row EP (2016) "I Could Get Used To This"
"Meet Up In The Middle"

Select Production Discography[edit]

Year Artist Song(s)/Album Details
2012 Alexz Johnson Skipping Stone Producer
2015 RaeLynn "Me EP" Producer
2015 Canaan Smith Canaan Smith (EP) Co-Producer w/ Brett Beavers
2015 Canaan Smith Bronco Co-Producer w/ Brett Beavers
2015 John King "Baseball Cap" Producer
2016 Levi Hummon Levi Hummon EP Producer
2016 Matt Simons (2016) "Lose Control (Acoustic Version)" Producer
"Take Me Home" Producer
2016 RaeLynn Wild Horse (album) Producer
2016 Sabrina Carpenter Run and Hide Producer
2016 Trent Harmon There's A Girl Producer
2016 Waterloo Revival (2016) "I Could Get Used To This" Producer
"Meet Up In The Middle" Producer

Albums Released as an Artist[edit]

  • Sleep The Pain Away (2005) LP
  • Too Sorry For Apologies (May 9, 2006) EP
  • See Through Secrets [Digital Release] (September 8, 2009) LP
  • Step One EP (November 29, 2009) EP
  • "Borrowed Time" (December 13, 2011) EP

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