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Charles Fitzgerald, better known as Charlie Robinson is a country singer and songwriter. He has been actively a part of the music industry since 1996 till the present day. The music recording label companies that he is affiliated with are Viero Records, Columbia Records, Lucky Dog Records and Dualtone Records. He has given some amazing associated acts with musicians such as Bruce Robinson, Jack Ingram and Emily Robison.
He was born on the 1st of September in 1964 in Houston in Texas in the United States of America. His two siblings, Robyn Ludwick and Bruce Robinson are also successful singers and songwriters.
In the late 1980s, Charlie Robinson played with bands such as Millionaire Playboys, Chaparral and Two Hoots and a Holler. He kept playing in various other bands and by 1996; he embarked upon a solo career by releasing his debut record album which was known as “Bandera”. Consequently, Robinson signed a contract with Sony Music Recording Label Company and released “Life of the Party”. Later he joined Lucky Dog Music Recording Label Company. The album that he released effectively gave Robinson a total of three super hit singles which also included “My Hometown”. The next album that he released was more of a live disc which was known as “Unleashed Live”. That album of his has been credited to his brother Bruce Robinson, friend Jack Ingram and Charlie himself. After the release of “Unleashed Live”, he signed a contract with the Columbia Records for yet another live album titled as “Step Right Up”. On the very first season of the hit television singing competition called Nashville Star, Robinson was hired in 2003 as a judge on the show.
In 2004, Charlie Robinson saw little scope for his career in Nashville as a country musician. Robinson decided to shift to a smaller and a much more independent music label company known as Dualtone for his album named “Good Times”. After the release of this album of his, he began to tour extensively all across the United States and in other countries as well. His fan following was tremendous from the start of his career, which explains why all of his live shows are such successful events and totally sold out. As he toured, he also found a new grasp over his career which worked well for him. Robinson began to experiment with a music genre within the country music towards a more hard rock and Southern oriented style. This was away from the mainstream music genre that he used to sing before.
In 2009, five years after he had released his album “Good Times”, Charlie Robinson released a new album on the Dualtone music recording label which was known as “Beautiful Day”. This album of his came out on the 23rd of June in 2009. It was also the very first album that Robinson produced all by himself. “Good Times” as well as “Beautiful Day” both have songs that have been written by the famous singer and songwriter from Nashville, Keith Gattis.
Charlie Robinson’s song “Good Times” was successfully featured in the credits of the smashing hit HBO’s original series known as True Blood. The song can be heard in the third episode of the first season of the series.
Charlie Robinson is well known for performing in some of the best live music concerts which are always jam packed. He is soon going to be coming to a great venue near you. Charlie Robinson tickets are always in a great demand. Book your Charlie Robinson tickets so that you can experience a music event with your friends and loved ones that will be truly unforgettable. With Charlie Robinson tickets in your hands, we give you our word that you will have a mind blowing time at this incredible live performance.