Charlie Robison, Renowned Texas Musician, Dies at 59

Charlie Robison, a Texas singer-songwriter, passed away at the age of 59 due to cardiac arrest and complications.

He started his musical journey in the 1980s, initially in various bands, including Millionaire Playboys.

In 1996, he released his first solo album, titled "Bandera."

His 2001 album Step Right Up brought him success, featuring his only Top 40 country hit, "I Want You Bad."

Robison also served as a judge on the first season of the USA Network music competition show Nashville Star.

He retired from music in 2018 after undergoing throat surgery that left him unable to sing.