Songwriter Session Encore: Bruce Robison

Mar 23, 202107:00 PM - 07:45 PM

Recorded on September 16, 2017 as part of the Americana Music Association’s AmericanaFest, this program features Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter Bruce Robison. He has released a dozen albums (both as a solo artist and with his wife, singer Kelly Willis) containing new honky-tonk favorites such as “My Brother and Me” and “What Would Willie Do.” Robison’s “Angry All the Time” was a country hit for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill; George Strait scored with his “Desperately” and “Wrapped”; and “Travelin’ Soldier” became a hit for the Chicks. Robison runs his own record label The Next Waltz and produces from his all-analog Texas studio known as “The Bunker.”

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