Vocalist Carter Robertson is no stranger to the music community, singing on such hits as Waylon’s “Are You Ready For the Country,” “Come With Me” and “Luckenbach Texas” to name a few. During the Outlaw Country years she backed up Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter both on the road and in the studio. She later joined back up with old friends to form the Waymore Blues Band. Some of her studio credits include working with James Taylor, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Graham Nash, Don Was and many others. Carter is currently engaged in performing her live show “Playin’ on the Tracks-LIVE!,” which is based on “Playin’ On the Tracks,” a book she has written.
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Carter Robertson has worked as an artist, writer, and background singer in the music industry for most of her life. She holds the distinction of being the only female member of Waylon Jennings' band, the Waylors, throughout Country Music's "Outlaw" era. She backed up both Waylon and his wife, Jessi Colter, on stage and in the studio. Her recording credits include Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Don Was and many others. In the late 1990s, she joined up with old friends to form the Waymore Blues Band. Carter has written five musicals for children, as well as numerous songs published by various companies. She is the proud mother of three daughters, Becky, Emily and Joanna, who are Country Music recording artists, Carter's Chord. Carter lives in Franklin, Tennessee with her Grammy Award-winning husband, Barny.