Charlie Robison: Singer-Songwriter of Country Music

From a Washington Post obit by Harrison Smith headlined “Charlie Robison. a rowdy lynchpin of Texas country, dies at 59”:

Charlie Robison, a singer-songwriter whose wry, rough-edged music helped fuel a Texas country revival in the early 2000s, offering an irreverent alternative to Nashville’s radio-friendly sound, died at a hospital in San Antonio.

Mr. Robison had announced his retirement from music in 2018, saying that a throat surgery left him “with the permanent inability to sing,” but he began making a comeback last year, with concerts booked through January 2024.