Charlie Robison: Renowned Country Singer-Songwriter Passes Away At Age 59
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The Texas Singer and songwriter Charlie Robison, known for his soulful melodies that enticed the nation charts till health complications from a medical process left him for retirement, passed away on Sunday. He was just aged 59. Robison passed away in San Antonio at a hospital while suffering from a cardiac arrest and other health complications, as confirmed by a family native. 

Robison started his musical career in the late 1980s while playing the local Austin bands such as 'Two Hoots & One Holler' before he formed his individual Millionaire Playboys. He released a solo debut in 1996, 'Bandera', named after the 'Texas Hill Country town from where his family has a farm on generations. 

When Robison was approached in 1998 through Sony, he signed a contract with Lucky Dog watermark, which he was dedicated to a cockswain country. His 2001 album, Step Right Up, gave rise to his sole Top 40 country hit, I Want You Bad.

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In 2018, Charlie Robison lost his singing ability permanently due to a surgical procedure on his throat. He mentioned on Facebook, 'Therefore, from a very hard heart, I'm retiring officially through the studio and stage'. 

Robison worked as a judge for at least one year as a 'Nashville Star' at USA Network, a reality television show under which participants lived together when they competed on a piece of country music for a recording contract. 

Robison lived with his four kids, stepchildren, and wife, Kristen Robison. Three children were from his first wife, Emily Strayer, a founding associate of a superstar country band, 'The Chicks'. The couple was divorced in 2008 and got separated. The breakup of Robison from Strayer has inspired songs from the 2009 album, 'Beautiful Day'.

Charlie Robison Recorded Songs In San Antonio From The Greyhound Bus Station

Charlie Robison Recorded Songs In San Antonio From The Greyhound Bus Station
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Charlie Robison recorded those inspired songs when he lived across San Antonio from the Greyhound bus station in a loft studio with strewn beer bottles of

the quintessential bachelor pad and mismatched furniture. 

Many people came up to Robison and said they are going through some way as of now, and it's completely written about Robison. He confirmed this fact to 'The Associated Press' in 2009. Robison stated that he was not implying to do that, though it had a lasting effect on the record. 

The final album of Charlie Robison's 'High Life', rock-tinged, was launched in 2013 and includes a cover edition of  When I Paint My Masterpiece,  given by Bob Dylan. Stay updated with the latest Hollywood Storylines from and keep engaged!