Charlie Robisob Wife: Kristen Robison And Emily Robison

This article will inform readers and fans about the wives of Charlie Robison; Kristen Robison and Emily Robison.

Only nine days after his 59th birthday, on Sunday, September 10, country singer-songwriter Charlie Robison went away in a San Antonio, Texas, hospital. According to a statement given to the Associated Press by a family member, Charlie Robison passed away due to cardiac arrest and other connected issues.

The news of the I Want You Bad singer’s death was first shared by his wife, Kristen Robison, on Facebook. Her post read:

“It is with a heavy heart that I share the news that my husband, Charlie Robison, has passed away today, surrounded by his family and friends. My heart is broken. Please pray for me, our children, and our family.”

After the news of his passing, many fans have reportedly shown interest in his marital affairs and his wives.

How many wives did Charlie Robison marry?

Charlie Robison was married twice, first to Emily Strayer, with whom he had three children, and later to Kristen, with whom he had a son.

Charlie Robison first wife, Emily Strayer

Charlie Robison first wife, Emily Strayer
Charlie Robison first wife, Emily Strayer

Charlie Robison married Emily Strayer, a fellow musician who also happens to be a founding member of the country group The Chicks, in May 1999. At Texas’ Cibolo Creek Ranch, the couple exchanged vows in a private ceremony in the presence of their loved ones.

Charles Augustus, also known as Gus, was born to the couple in November 2002, and twins Julianna Tex and Henry Benjamin followed in April 2005.

But, the pair decided to call it quits and filed for divorce in 2008 after nine years of marriage. The children were in their joint custody.

Charlie Robison second wife?

Robison married Kristen in 2015, and in February 2020, they welcomed a baby they named Jett James. Variety said that Robison has stepchildren as well.

Charlie Robison and his second wife Krsiten
Charlie Robison and his second wife, Kristen

Who is Robison Charlie?

Charlie Robison began his musical career in the 1980s by playing for Austin-based country bands including Chaparral and Two Hoots and a Holler before founding his own group, Millionaire Boys.

Charlie Robison was born on September 1, 1964, in Houston, Texas, and raised in Bandera. Nonetheless, he became well-known in 1996 after the debut of his solo album, Bandera.

His most well-known song from his career, I Want You Bad, was included on the live album Step Right Up, which he released in 2001 after leaving Sony and signing with Columbia Records. The song reached the Hot Country Songs chart’s top 40.

Robison eventually transitioned from raw country to Southern hard rock and released a few more albums, including Good Times (2004), Beautiful Day (2009), and High Life (2013). He also released a few singles that were his cover versions of well-known songs by other artists, including Willie Nelson’s Stay All Night, Rocket Man by Elton John, and Call Me the Breeze by JJ Cale.

Robison regrettably lost his singing abilities in 2018 as a result of a throat surgical complication, and he has since declared himself retired from both the stage and the recording studio. He did, however, relaunch his career by participating in a few music tours last year. It’s interesting to note that Charlie Robison served as a judge for Nashville Star’s inaugural season of music reality TV.


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