The British New Yorker Teddy Thompson is undoubtedly the folk rocking child of his musical parents. His mom, Linda (Peters), made a name for herself in the British folk scene in the 1970s and '80s. His dad, Richard, laid down guitar licks that were recorded by greats such as Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin fame, punk rocker Bob Mould, the gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama and the bluegrass singer Del McCoury. Teddy has not done so badly himself in the past decade. The 35-year-old has crafted a handful of albums that include autobiographical songs, black humor and pop-infused melodies. "Looking For A Girl," which is about an ex-girlfriend, is off of Thompson's latest release Bella.