Singer/songwriter Teea Goans today released the third single, “What’s A Girl To Do,” in the ramp up to her upcoming album All Over The Map. This project is Goans’ first album of all original music. “What’s A Girl To Do,” was co-written by Goans’ producer Jim “Moose” Brown.
“I wrote this song one afternoon with Moose, as an homage to Frank Sinatra and his style,” explains Goans. Sinatra has always been one of my biggest invluences as an interpreter of lyrics. The melody is so complete yet so soothing, and the lyric tells a story that I think will be relatable to most women.”
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With All Over the Map, set for release on September 17, Goans, finds a new form of expression, one that finds her sharing her creativity, perceptions and observations in the form of original songs cowritten with Brown, one of Music City’s most highly regarded songwriters. It’s a solid step forward, one that reflects well on a career that’s won her widespread acclaim and the ongoing respect of those who inhabit Nashville’s sprawling music community. Brown also produced the project.