Charlie Robison, a well-known American country music singer-songwriter, has sadly passed away.
The Texas singer who is born with his legal name Charles Fitzgerald Robison died on Sunday, September 10, 2023, at the age of 59.
Charlie Robison is dead: He passed away in a San Antonio hospital due to a severe heart attack and other serious health issues, according to his family representatives.
Robison was born in Houston, Texas, in 1964. He started his music career in the late 1980s, playing in local Austin bands like Two Hoots and a Holler.
In 1996, he released his first album, “Bandera,” which was praised by critics and gained commercial success.
Throughout his career, Robison released six more albums, including “Step Right Up” in 2001, which featured the hit song “I Want You Bad.” He also became a judge on the reality TV show “Nashville Star.”
In 2018, Robison announced his retirement from music due to complications from throat surgery that left him unable to sing.
Wife & Children: He is survived by his wife, Kristen Robison, and four children and stepchildren. Three of his children were with his first wife, Emily Strayer, a founding member of the country band The Chicks. They divorced in 2008.
With Charlie Robison’s passing, the world of country music loses a talented artist, and his music will continue to be cherished by fans for generations to come.
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