Bruce Ben Robison (born June 11, 1966) is an American, Austin-based Texas country music singer-songwriter. Bruce and his brother, fellow singer-songwriter Charlie Robison, grew up in Bandera, Texas near San Antonio, and he currently resides in Austin, Texas. His self-titled debut album was released in 1995.
Robison has written several songs which have become hits when covered by well-known singers, including: "Travelin' Soldier," (recorded in 2003 by the Dixie Chicks, reached No. 1 on the Country charts); "Angry All the Time," (recorded by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in 2001, also reached No. 1 on the country charts); and "Wrapped," (recorded in 2006 by George Strait, also reached No. 1).
Sister, Robyn Ludwick, and brother Charlie Robison are accomplished singer/songwriters in their own right.
In 1992, he met singer-songwriter Kelly Willis and they married in 1996. Willis used in vitro fertilization treatments, and gave birth to son Deral Otis in January 2001. Willis became pregnant again and gave birth to twins Abigail Esme and Benjamin James on March 24, 2003. On January 11, 2006 Kelly welcomed fourth child Joseph Willis Robison; he weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces was 19.75 inches long.