Charlie Robison

After an injury in college ended a potential football career, Charlie Robison came to Austin, Texas in the late 1980s and had stints in the bands Chaparral, Millionaire Playboys, and Two Hoots and a Holler.  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 Robison, brother Bruce, and Jack Ingram. He then signed with Columbia Records for "Step Right Up" and another live album.  He is known for playing classic rock covers during his live shows including: "You Shook Me All Night Long", "Highway to Hell", "Call me the Breeze", "Rocket Man"and several Rolling Stones songs.

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    Road Story
    The Best Things
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    Feeling Good
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    Behind the Scenes
    Beautiful Day

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