Charlie Robison At Grand Ole Opry


Singer and songwriter Charlie Robinson has been entertaining country music fans since the mid-90s. Born September 1, 1964 in Houston, Texas, Robinson moved to Austin after an injury ended his potential football career. Instead, he took up a career in music, joining the bands Caparral, Millionaire, Playboys and Two Hoots and a Holler. In ’96, he decided to go solo and released his album Bandera. Afterwards, he moved on to sign with Sony and released his second album, Life of the Party.

Life of the Party released three singles, all of which charted in the Top 100. “Barlight,” “My Hometown” and “Poor Man’s Son” were followed up by the Top 40 hit on his next album, “I Want You Bad.” In 2003, he reached the Top 100 one more time with “Walter.”
That same year, Robinson worked as a judge on the first season of Nashville Star. In 2004, his sound developed from mainstream country into a more Southern and hard rock influence. Robinson has also appeared on Kindred Spirits: A tribute to Johnny Cash, for which he sang “Don’t Take Your Guns to Town.”
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