Charlie Robison Bio, Wiki, Death, Age, height, Networth, Family and More

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Charles Fitzgerald Robison was an American country music singer-songwriter. His brother, Bruce Robison, and his sister, Robyn Ludwick, are also singer-songwriters.

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How old was Charlie Robison?

He was 59 years 0 Month(s) 6 day(s) old.

How tall was Charlie Robison?

He was In feet: 6 feet 4 inch, in meter: 1.930m, in centimeter: 193.04cm and in inch: 76 inches tall.

Charlie Robison Biography and Wiki:

He was a professional American Song Writer, Singer, Actor. Do you know? What was the Date of birth of Charlie Robison? Where was born Charlie Robison? He was born in Houston, Texas on 04 September, 1964 (Friday) . When die Charlie Robison? Where die Charlie Robison? How died Charlie Robison? He died at San Antonio on 10 September, 2023 (Sunday) for cardiac arrest. Everybody want to know that how much age of Charlie Robison? Age of Charlie Robison was 59 years 0 Month(s) 6 day(s) old. Every person searched that what is the Country, Nationality and Continent of Charlie Robison? His Country name was United States, Nationality was American and Americas Continent. Always came question from mind that What religion does Charlie Robison belong to? He belong to Christianity Religion.

Charlie Robison Height , Weight and Physical Stats:

Do you want to know about Physical Stats of Charlie Robison? Then here is the right information for you. The Height of Charlie Robison was In feet: 6 feet 4 inch, in meter: 1.930m, in centimeter: 193.04cm and in inch: 76 inches & Weight was 79 Kg. Also His eye color was Blue. & hair color was Black.

Charlie Robison Family & Relationship status:

As a Celebrity, many people search on google for His family information. So Also Charlie Robison brother(s) name was Bruce Ben Robison and sister(s) name Robyn Ludwick. If you need to know marital status of Charlie Robison, He got married . His wife name was Kristen Robison. Also Charlie Robison son(s) name was Charles Augustus Robison, Henry Benjamin Robison and daughter(s) name was Julianna Tex Robison.

Charlie Robison Net worth & Luxury:

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After a knee injury at Southwest Texas State University ended a potential football career, he came to Austin, Texas in the late 1980s and had stints in the bands Chaparral, Millionaire Playboys, and Two Hoots and a Holler.[2] He went solo with his album "Bandera" in 1996. He subsequently signed with Sony and released "Life of the Party" on Sony's subsidiary Lucky Dog Records. The album gave him three of his biggest hits including "My Hometown." His next release was a live disc called "Unleashed Live," which is credited to Charlie, brother Bruce, and Jack Ingram. He then signed with Columbia Records for "Step Right Up" and another live album.

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

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. Accordingly, his sound began to evolve away from mainstream/Nashville country and toward more Southern & hard rock influences.

Five years after the release of Good Times, Robison released Beautiful Day on June 23, 2009, on Dualtone. This is the first CD he has self-produced. Both albums feature several songs written by Nashville singer-songwriter Keith Gattis.

His song "Good Times" was featured in the credits of HBO's original series True Blood in the first season's third episode.

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 then he has played primarily in Texas, with occasional shows in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado.

He was known for playing classic rock covers during his live shows. Some of these include: "You Shook Me All Night Long" and "Highway to Hell" (AC/DC), "Call me the Breeze" (JJ Cale), "Rocket Man" (Elton John), and several Rolling Stones songs, including "Dead Flowers" and "Honky Tonk Women." He also played several songs associated with Willie Nelson, including "Whiskey River" and "Stay all Night."

His live band included Mark Tokach (lead guitar), Abe Combest (Drums), Zeke Benenate (bass) J.C. Burt (steel guitar) and Chris Valdez (road manager/additional guitar). Prior to Beautiful Day, his band was known as The Enablers and included Keith Robinson (drums), Scott Esbeck (bass) and Travis Woodard (drums). Other notable members have included Kim Deschamps (pedal & lap steel, mandolin & guitar from 2000–2009), Kevin Carroll (guitar), Chris Grady (bass), Louis Landry (keyboards/accordion), and Kris Brown (bass). His recordings have also featured special guests Lloyd Maines (who produced Step Right Up and Good Times), Rich Brotherton, Charlie Sexton, and Natalie Maines (duet on "The Wedding Song" and harmony vocals on "El Cerrito Place").

In the fall of 2014, Robison opened Alamo Icehouse in San Antonio, Texas, with former MLB player, Brooks Kieschnick.

On September 24, 2018, Robison announced that due to complications from surgery, he was permanently unable to sing, and that he was regretfully officially retiring from stage and studio.

Hey amigos, Charlie here. I’m sure you’ve all been wondering where I’ve been. Well, at the beginning of this year I underwent a surgical procedure that because of complications left me with the permanent inability to sing. Therefore, with a very heavy heart I am officially retiring from the stage and studio. Gonna keep it short but just wanted y’all to hear it from me. It's been an amazing ride and I cannot tell you all what the last 25 years has meant to me. I was looking forward to another 25 but as they say "shit happens". I thank you all for everything you’ve given me and I hope I was able to give you a fraction of the happiness you gave me. It was a hell of a ride but as they say all good things must end. Keep on supporting this thing we call Texas/Red dirt and hopefully we’ll all get to have a cocktail or two and talk about the good ol days. Until then, Buenos Noches. It's been fun. Love each and every one of y’all.

He resumed his music career in 2022. He returned to Billy Bob's as part of his first tour since 2018, playing at the same venue where he first played in 1997.

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What was the profession of Charlie Robison?

His profession was Song Writer, Singer, Actor.

What was the real name of Charlie Robison?

His real name was Charles Fitzgerald Robison.

Where was Charlie Robison Born?

He was born in Houston, Texas.

What was the Date of Death of Charlie Robison?

The date of death was 10 September, 2023 (Sunday) of Charlie Robison.

What was the death of cause of Charlie Robison?

Charlie Robison death of cause was cardiac arrest.

What was the Date of Birth of Charlie Robison?

The date of birth was 04 September, 1964 (Friday) of Charlie Robison.

Who are siblings of Charlie Robison?

His siblings are Bruce Ben Robison & Robyn Ludwick

Who was wife of Charlie Robison?

His wife name was Kristen Robison.

Who are childrens of Charlie Robison?

His childrens are Charles Augustus Robison, Henry Benjamin Robison & Julianna Tex Robison