Charlie Robison

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Charlie Robison

Texas Country singer add

Category: Music

Born in 1964.

Countries: United States (63%), Pennsylvania (13%), Tennessee (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Adrian Pasdar, Emily Robison, Kinky Friedman

Linked to: Columbia Records, Southwest Texas State University




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Charlie Robison was born in 1964 add something


After an injury in college ended a potential football career, Charlie Robison came to Austin, Texas in the late 1980s and had stints in the bands Chaparral, Millionaire Playboys, and Two Hoots and a Holler add something


He went solo with his album "Bandera" in 1996 add something


He married Emily Erwin of The Dixie Chicks in 1999 add something


Natalie Maines - Maines met actor Adrian Pasdar in May 1999 at the wedding of bandmate Emily Erwin to Charlie Robison


Adrian Pasdar - The couple first met in May 1999, with Maines as a bridesmaid to her bandmate Emily Robison and Pasdar as a groomsman to his friend singer-songwriter Charlie Robison


Emily Robison - On May 1, 1999, Emily married country singer Charlie Robison


Jack Ingram - In 2000, he collaborated with Charlie Robison and Bruce Robison for the live album "Unleashed Live"


In 2003, Robison was a judge on the first season of the TV singing competition "Nashville Star" add something


Unhappy with the expectations & limitations of being a Nashville country artist, he moved to a smaller independent label, Dualtone, for "Good Times" in 2004, followed by extensive touring and newfound control over his career add something


In 2006, Charlie Robison performed "Wildman from Borneo" on the Kinky Friedman tribute "Why the hell not add something


Charlie and Emily divorced on August 6, 2008 after nine years of marriage add something


In 2009 he embarked on an East Coast tour with stops in Little Rock, Nashville, Atlanta, Raleigh, New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, Iowa City, and Memphis to promote "Beautiful Day." Since he has played primarily in Texas, with occasional shows in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado add something


Five years after the release of "Good Times", Robison released "Beautiful Day" on June 23, 2009 on Dualtone add something


In the fall of 2014, Charlie Robison opened ://www add something