Alternative country music
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
“2nd Annual Charlie Robison’s Baybash & Redfish Round Up.” Rockport Fulton with Kevin Fowler, Sean McConnell, Turnpike Troubadours, and Jesse Jennings (11" x 17" poster), July 3, 2011
12 Photographs of varying sizes – most of Robison performing; 1 publicity photo and 1 negative; and 8 digital printouts, undated
1992 tour schedule for Charlie Robison and the Millionaire Playboys; 1998 receipt from Monterey Artists, Inc., 1992, 1998
Charlie Robison press packet, newspaper clippings, loose scrapbook page, and a March 1995 edition of Music City Texas magazine, various dates
Framed photograph of Bruce Robison, Charlie Robison, and Jack Ingram, Photograph by Lawson Little, 2001
Framed photograph of Charlie Robison in uniform for Southwest Texas State University football (number 92), circa mid-1980s
Lyrics: “Loving Country” (9 pp); “Rain” (2 pp); and 2 versions of “Life of the Party” (1 p each), undated
The bulk of the album consists of snapshots (60) documenting concerts, the Grand Canyon, parties, and a wedding (possibly sister Robyn Ludwick). Other subjects include the Continental Club, Bruce Robison, and Kelly Willis. Of note among the photos are four childhood ones of Charlie with his mother, alone, and with siblings. Also included are 2 clippings about the Millionaire Playboys, an early band Robison performed with.
Photograph: Robison playing guitar. Music Zone, Asheville, NC. Janet Crump, photographer, July 3, 2011
Majority of the scrapbook contains 48 snapshots documenting the “My Brother and Me” tour in January 2002 (with brother Bruce Robison), and April 2002 in Gruene Hall, and in May 2002 at the Lee County Fair. Scrapbook was compiled by Missy Schuelke and contains her captions.
Contains 12 photographs and numerous newspaper and magazine clippings. Also included is a program from a 2002 “My Brother and Me” concert in Wharton, Texas, with Bruce Robison; a 2000 letter from M.J., co-owner of Gruene Hall, and a 2001 letter from Jeca Salas at 99.5 The Wolf. Also of note are 2 sets of handwritten song lyrics: “Life of the Party” (4 pages), and “Beautiful Day” (1 page).
Contains 14 photographs of Robison – mostly performing, but some off stage, as well as 2 photos of brother Bruce. 24 newspaper and magazine clippings document concerts and tours including ones with wife Emily Robison, and Bruce. Of note is a 1999 brochure for Nørdens største Countryfestival in Norway.