Charlie Robison (born September 1, 1964, Houston, Texas) is an American singer/songwriter, who was raised in Bandera, Texas. His brother is singer/songwriter Bruce Robison. His younger sister is singer/songwriter Robyn Ludwick.
Before going solo, Charlie Robison was in the bands Chaparral, Millionaire Playboys, and Two Hoots and a Holler. At one point, Robison was on Warner Brothers, but apparently did not see eye to eye about his musical career there and left to release some albums on his own. Among his releases was a live disc also featuring brother Bruce Robison and Jack Ingram that was put out by Sony's Lucky Dog label. He then went to Dualtone Records.
Robison was a judge on the first season of the TV singing competition Nashville Star.
He married Emily Erwin of the Dixie Chicks in 1999 (the couple divorced on August 6, 2008). They have three children together: Charles Augustus, called "Gus", born November 11, 2002 and twins Julianna Tex (9:19pm, 6 lb 10 oz) and Henry Benjamin (9:29pm, 6 lb 14 oz), born on April 14, 2005. All three children were conceived via invitro fertilization.
Good Times (2004) - Charlie Robison
Live (2003) - Charlie Robison
Step Right Up (2001) - Charlie Robison
I Want You Bad [CD Single] (2001) -Charlie Robison
Unleashed Live (2000) - Charlie Robison/Jack Ingram/Bruce Robison
You're Not The Best [single] (1999) - Charlie Robison
Life of the Party (1998) - Charlie Robison
Barlight [CD/Cassette Single] (1998) - Charlie Robison
Bandera (1996) - Charlie Robison
Official website: http://www.charlierobison.com/ .