The Judge joined Willie on stage for some harmonizing, and later, spent time with fans in The Grille. Popular.
Here, with Janis from Texas. And then with Lane and Katrina and me and Janis.
Neil Young performs “Long May You Run” with Willie Nelson live at the Farm Aid concert in Tinley Park, Illinois on October 4, 1997.
Neil Young performs “Heart of Gold” with Willie Nelson at the Farm Aid concert in Louisville, Kentucky on October 1st, 1995. Farm Aid was started by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp in 1985 to keep family farmers on the land and has worked since then to make sure everyone has access to good food from family farmers. Dave Matthews joined Farm Aid’s board of directors in 2001.
For more information about Farm Aid, visit: http://farmaid.org/youtube
Jun 01, 2000
1. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
2. Half as Much
3. May You Never Be Alone Like Me
4. Move It on Over
5. Wedding Bells
6. Your Cheatin’ Heart
7. Cold Cold Heart
8. My Sweet Love Ain’t Around
9. Hey Good Lookin’
10. Lonesome Whistle, (I Heard That)
Producer:Larry Butler, David Zettner Personnel includes: Larry Butler, Willie Nelson, David Zettner, Bobby Bowman, Charlie Lindsley, Tony Pickens, Ron Kruth. Recorded at Austin, Perdenales Studios, Austin, Texas.
Willie Nelson with Norah Jones and friends celebrating his 70th birthday . He, was born April 30, 1933. The song was written and recorded by his long time friend Wylon Jennings who has passed on. What else is there to be said. It’s Willie, Norah and The Wurlitzer Prize.
by: Samantha Stephens
I’ve long been convinced Carrie Underwood‘s voice is simply not of this world. Let’s face it: Underwood could sing the Yellow Pages and it would rival just about any performance of any genre on just about any record. Surely nothing can rattle her nerves in a studio session, right?
Apparently Willie Nelson can — and did.
Underwood is one of the beautiful gals and voices featured on Nelson’s new duets album, To All the Girls. She says the opportunity to sing with the icon was an incredible honor — but also a big challenge.
By the time she arrived to lay down her vocal tracks on the recording, Nelson had already completed his part, and it would be her job to follow his lead. And if you know anything about Nelson, you know his distinctive, lilting vocals are uniquely his own, and his phrasing is darn near impossible to recreate.
“He has these Willie-isms, right?” Underwood says. “He lays back and then he speeds up. … It was a challenge being in the studio trying to harmonize with him, but in the end, we got it.”
So when you hear her effortlessly beautiful harmony on the classic “Always on My Mind,” know that the magic of that moment was anything but effortless. But it was completely worth it for both Underwood and the fans who get to hear it.
1.Dolly Parton – From Here To The Moon And Back
2.Miranda Lambert – She Was No Good For Me
3.Secret Sisters – It Won’t Be Very Long
4.Rosanne Cash – Please Don’t Tell Me
5.Sheryl Crow – Far Away Places
6.Wynonna Judd – Bloody Mary Morning
7.Carrie Underwood – Always On My Mind
8.Loretta Lynn – Somewhere Between
9.Alison Krauss – No Mas Amor
10.Melonie Cannon – Back To Earth
11.Mavis Staples – Grandma’s Hands
12.Norah Jones – Walkin’
13.Shelby Lynne – Til The End Of The World
14.Lily Meola – Will You Remember Mine
15.Emmylou Harris – Dry Lightning
16.Brandi Carlile – Making Believe
17.Paula Nelson – Have You Ever Seen The Rain
18.Tina Rose – After The Fire Is Gone