Charlie Robison is one of the best to ever do it. This week for your RTX Sunday Video we take a look at "El Cerrito Place," a song that was written by Keith Gattis. Now, Gattis included the song on his Big City Blues record, and it was of course later covered by Charlie Robison; he included it on his Good Times album released in 2004.

You may recall that Kenny Chesney took a stab at this one as well. His version was released in 2012, and it rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Radio Chart. But for many Charlie's was and always will be the definitive recording of this amazing song.

This September will mark three years since the Texas Music legend retired, hard to believe. After 25 years of making music, Charlie Robison hung it up in 2018 after he underwent a surgical procedure on his vocal chords. Due to complications from the surgery he was left with the permanent inability to sing. And while we certainly respect the body of work he left behind, we absolutely hate that his leaving wasn't on his own terms.

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The First Facebook Profile Picture of 37 Texas & Red Dirt Acts

Have you ever wondered what your favorite bands and artists looked like when Facebook began it's world take-over around '08-'09? So did we.

How about a fun trip through time? Here are the first (or at least oldest) profile pictures from Turnpike Troubadours, Koe Wetzel, Whiskey Myers, Randy Rogers Band, Cody Johnson, Aaron Watson, Wade Bowen, and a few more of your favorite artists and bands