Archive for the ‘Annie Nelson’ Category

Willie and Annie Nelson (Luck, Texas)

Sunday, December 2nd, 2018

Rebecca Joelson

Happy Anniversary, Willie and Annie Nelson

Sunday, September 16th, 2018

Happy happy anniversary, Willie Nelson and Annie D’Angelo, married on September 16, 1991.



Willie & Annie

Willie’s Coffee in Colorado

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

Country music legend Willie Nelson got into the cannabis business in 2015 with a proprietary strain of marijuana. Now, Texas’ favorite stoner is expanding his brand to include several CBD products.

Monday, Nelson announced Willie’s Remedy, a line that includes several items rich in cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is a derivative of hemp, and unlike the tetrahydrocannabinol compound found in marijuana, it won’t get it you high. CBD has, however, been lauded for its health benefits.

Willie’s Remedy will debut with a CBD-infused coffee, which is expected to be available in Colorado in September. According to a statement, the whole beans include CBD sourced from organically grown, American hemp. Drinkers get 5 milligrams of CBD in each 8-ounce cup of coffee.

“It’s two of my favorites, together in the perfect combination,” said Nelson in a statement. “Like coffee, cannabis is a plant that works for me.”

Willie’s Remedy is a counterpart to Willie’s Reserve, a strain of marijuana the singer launched in 2015. Both are owned by GCH, Inc., a Nelson-founded company that also recently partnered with New Belgium Brewing Co. to promote a beer called The Hemporer, which is made with hemp hearts. (P.S. It smells just like weed.) $1 from every beer sold supports the Hemp 4 Victory campaign, which aims to reform regulation to include industrial hemp as a leading agricultural crop and dismantle the taboo surrounding it.

Nelson’s wife, Annie D’Angelo, also has a proprietary line of THC edibles, including chocolates and lozenges.

You won’t find any Willie’s Reserve buds in Texas, but the CBD line could become available. CBD was only legalized here for medicinal use for epilepsy patients in 2015, however, several businesses sell brownies and other “edibles” made with the oil. Hemp wine debuted earlier this year, too, though it uses oil made from the hemp plant’s seed rather than the stalk, where CBD is extracted.

Happy birthday, Annie d’Angelo Nelson

Monday, August 27th, 2018

Happy happy birthday, Annie Nelson


Best wishes for a wonderful day.



Thursday, July 19th, 2018

“Happy level up, pop”

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

‘Happy level up, pop!” — Micah Nelson

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Annie Nelson, Rachel Fowler, Willie Nelson

Bobbie Nelson and Annie Nelson

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

Willie’s Reserve at Women Grow Summit in Denver

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Meanwhile in , cannabis is launching a infused chocolate and giving out infuse-your-own hot chocolate at the annual conference. (Smokeable marijuana has been available from the company in Colorado since July 2016)

Annie Nelson at Women Grow Leadership Summit in Denver #Willie’sReserve #AnniesEdibles

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Annie Nelson at WomenGrow Leadership Summit in Denver

Sunday, February 4th, 2018

Annie’s Infused Edibles Chocolate Release in Denver (Feb. 1 – 2, 2018)

Monday, January 29th, 2018

Annie Nelson & the Willie’s Reserve team will be presenting “Annie’s Infused Edibles Chocolate Release” experience.

Register now:

Thanks to our sponsor you can use their sponsor discount code: williesr for $325 WGLS  All Access pass

Annie Nelson, activist, hero, resister

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

photo:  Matthew Thayer

Marcher Annie Nelson shouts, “Fake Christian! Fake Christian!” and “God hates hate!” into Darrel Hall’s microphone Saturday morning on the University of Hawaii Maui College campus. The Paia resident was nearing the end of the Maui Women’s March when she joined other marchers expressing disapproval of the three-person counter-protest’s amplified message against abortion, feminism, liberalism, homosexuality and “being obsessed with vaginas.”

KAHULUI — A peaceful Maui Women’s March that had been, in turns, spiritual, a progressive liberal political rally and a venue to denounce President Donald Trump became confrontational Saturday when three counterprotesters showed up with a bullhorn at the University of Hawaii Maui College.

Paia resident Annie Nelson, the wife of country singer, songwriter and actor Willie Nelson, joined about 100 marchers who confronted the trio and their loud condemnation of abortion, feminism, homosexuality and “being obsessed with vaginas.”

“Fake Christian! Fake Christian! God hates hate!” Nelson shouted into the mic held alternatively by father and son Darrel and Alex Hall. (A third counterprotester was unidentified.)

Some marchers sang “We Shall Overcome” while others took positions close by the Halls and held signs and skateboards to block their anti-march messages.

Annie Nelson said she could not walk by without speaking up.

Women, men and children walk across the University of Hawaii Maui College campus at the start of Saturday’s Maui Women’s March in Kahului. - The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo

Women, men and children walk across the University of Hawaii Maui College campus at the start of Saturday’s Maui Women’s March in Kahului. – The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo

“Standing up together and saying we have had enough is the most powerful thing we can do,” she said. “My father fought in the Battle of the Bulge to fight fascism. I’m not going to give up my country to a bunch of fascists. You’ve got to stand up. Nobody else is going to do it for you.”


Willie Nelson and Family, on the bus

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Merry Christmas

Monday, December 25th, 2017