Emily Robison’s Body Measurements Including Bra Size
Check out Emily Robison’s body measurements, including bra size, height, and weight!
Emily Robison is an American songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and a founding member of the female country band the Dixie Chicks, whose album ‘Taking the Long Way’, won five Grammy Awards (including Album of the Year), and known for hit singles, including “Wide Open Spaces”, “You Were Mine”, “Landslide” and “Not Ready to Make Nice”. Emily plays banjo, guitar, dobro, lap steel, bass, mandolin, accordion, and sitar. Born Emily Burns Erwin on August 16, 1972 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to parents Paul Erwin and Barbara Trask, she grew up in Addison, a northern suburban town on the edge of Dallas, Texas. She has two older sisters, Julia and Martha. Martha is also a founding member of the band Dixie Chicks. Emily married country singer Charlie Robison in May 1999, and the couple had three children: Charles Augustus and twins Julianna Tex and Henry Benjamin before getting divorced in 2008. She later married to Martin Strayer, from whom she has a daughter, Violet Isabel Strayer.
Body Statistics Table
Emily Robison's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.75 m, 5′9″ (feet & inches)|
|Weight||55 kg, 121 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size A|
|Bra Size (US)||32A|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||Unknown|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips||32-24-33 inches (81-61-84 cm)|
|Shoe Size (US)||9|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
Emily Robison Inspirational Quotes
I don’t think I set out to have a career in female groups, but it’s just kind of happened, and by nature of having worked with my sister – growing up with a sister who also plays, and being in communication with other female musicians.
People put stock in someone being in a ‘girl group,’ but we don’t say that a band is a ‘man group.’
Being a musician doesn’t take away your right as a citizen to speak your mind.
I just know that I could never spend a winter in Chicago or some place like that. I’m just not a cold weather person.
When I was at high school, I thought it’d be nice to go into Air Force Academy and fly jets, but that was a very brief dream. Ha, ha. I’m too lanky to fit in the cockpit.