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Download Willie Nelson’s live concerts

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

www.WillieNelson.com has announced that they have uploaded Willie Nelson & Family’s European Tour, and the 4th of July 2010 picnic concert,  and they are now available for purchase and download at
www.LiveWillie.com.

Here’s your chance to listen to sound-board recordings of Willie’s concerts.  They have a long list of concerts available now; lots of great listening.

Purchase Willie Nelson & Family Concert (7/4/2010)

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010


Photo Credit:  John Carrico

Willie Nelson’s fan club is selling recordings of Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic at the BackYard last Sunday.

Willie Nelson brought it all back home for his annual 4th of July Picnic at The Backyard in Bee Cave, Texas last Sunday. It was an all-day, star-studded event that was broadcast live on Willie’s Place, but Willie himself didn’t take the stage until after midnight on July 5!! For those that weren’t able to catch his set, Willie’s Place is airing two encore presentations of Willie Nelson & Family recorded live at the 4th of July Picnic. This two-hour special will feature short sets from his daughter Paula Nelson & The Guilty Pleasures (with her sister Amy) and son Micah and his band The Reflectacles (with Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Raphael and Gail Swanson), followed by a historic picnic performance from Willie himself, accompanied by Ray Benson from Asleep at the Wheel with guest spots from David Allan Coe and the Blackwood Brothers Quartet.

Saturday, July 10 8-10 pm ET
Rebroadcast: Sunday, July 11 1-3 pm ET
SIRIUS XM Willie’s Place (Sirius 64, XM 13)

You can also purchase a digital download of the audio concert from livewillie.com. It is the live recording of Willie Nelson’s live set for $12.99 – all 29 songs.

To purchase:
http://shop.willienelson.com  or www.livewillie.com.

Track Listing:

1. Whiskey River
2. On The Road Again
3. Willie & Tim O’Connor Chat
4. Whiskey For My Men, Beer For My Horses
5. Good Hearted Women
6. Mama Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
7. Funny How Time Slips Away
8. Crazy
9. Nightlife – Blues
10. Down Yonder
11. Me & Paul
12. If You’ve Got The Money I’ve Got The Time
13. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
14. Rainy Day Blues
15. Georgia
16. Far Away Places
17. Georgia On A Fast Train
18. Shoeshine Man
19. Bloody Mary Morning
20. Pick Up The Tempo
21. Superman
22. Yesterday’s Wine
23. City Of New Orleans
24. Will The Circle Be Unbroken / I’ll Fly Away
25. To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before
26. I Gotta Get Drunk
27. We Don’t Run
28. Pistol Packin’ Mama
29. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
30. I Saw The Light

All downloads are compatible with Windows and Mac and once downloaded, played on iPod/iPhones, can be burned to disc, or played through your computer or any mp3 player.

Live Willie

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

Live recordings of Willie Nelson Concerts

Thursday, October 16th, 2008


www.LiveWillie.com

I don’t know if you have been over to www.LiveWillie.com lately, but you should go.  They have a growing collection of Willie Nelson and Family Shows available for purchase on USB wristbands/memory sticks.  The wristbands plug right into any USB port on your computer, and you can listen to it on your computer (as many times as you want) burn it to a CD, or upload it to your iPod or any mp3 compatible device.

This is just a little of their offerings:

07/29/08 Charlottsville, VA
 
07/30/08 Salisbury, MD

07/31/08 Danville, VA

08/03/08 Beaumont, TX
 
08/25/08 Denver, CO

08/26/08 Red Rocks, CO
08/28/08 Redmond, WA
08/30/08 Central Point, OR

08/31/08 Humbolt, CA

09/01/08 Napa, CA

09/03/08 Livermore, CA

 09/04/08 Saratoga, CA

09/05/08 Murphys, CA

 09/06/08 Santa Barbara, CA

09/07/08 Valley Center, CA

 09/23/08 Morristown, NJ

 09/24/08 Uncasville, CT

10/11/2007 Helotes, TX

10/26/2007 Eureka Springs AR

 10/27/2007 Dallas, TX.
 

Live Willie!

Monday, January 7th, 2008


www.LiveWillie.com

Get Upcoming Willie Nelson Live Shows on the USB Wristband!

Willie is headed for shows all over Florida, then he is headed around the US! 

The shows will be recorded live and loaded to a 256mb USB wristband that plugs into any USB port. Listen to the show on your computer, share it with friends, burn it to a CD, or upload it to your iPod or mp3 compatible device! This unique music experience has been featured on the Today Show, USA Today and Billboard Magazine!

Get your wristbands now for shows coming up this January, more coming soon! Get 10% off when you pre-order now! Pick your wristband up at the show! If you can’t make it, you still receive your  discount and we’ll ship your wristband free of charge! You won’t miss a thing!

Willie Nelson, for President

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

 

 

This shirt, and others, is available for sale for $20.00 at www.LiveWillie.com

Give Willie Nelson for Christmas (he’s the gift that keeps on giving)

Wednesday, December 19th, 2007

www.livewillie.com

If you didn’t see as many Willie Nelson & Family shows as you wanted to last year (and who did?), lucky us, we can hear live, sound-board quality recordings of many of his concerts, from 2000 to the present.  LiveWillie! records the shows, and sells them on USB memory sticks/bracelets.   You plug them into the usb drive on your computer, and download them to your hard drive, and listen as often as you want.

Here are some of the shows you can purchase on Live Willie Wristbands:

7/4/2007 The 4th of July Picnic in George, Washington

  • 6/18/2007 Thunder Bay, Canada Fort Williams Gardens
  • 6/19/2007 Winnipeg, Canada MTS Centre
  • 6/20/2007 Regina, Canada Brandt Centre
  • 6/22/2007 Calgary, Canada Pengrowth Saddledome
  • 6/23/2007 Edmonton, Canada Rexall Place
  • 6/25/2007 Grand Prairie, Canada Crystal Centre
  • 6/26/2007 Prince George, Canada CN Centre
  • 6/27/2007 Kamloops, Canada Interior Savings Centre
  • 6/28/2007 Victoria, Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
  • 6/29/2007 Vancouver, Canada Pacific Coliseum
  • 7/12/2007 San Diego, CA San Diego State Open Air Theatre
  • 7/13/2007 Costa Mesa, CA Pacific Amphitheatre
  • 7/15/2007 Pala, CA Palomer Starlight Casino
  • 7/16/2007 Saratoga, CA Mountain Winery

They sell shirts and other music there, as well, at www.LiveWillie.com

www.LiveWillie.com

Friday, November 30th, 2007

Rachel, and Chris, of www.LiveWillie.com at the Choteau, Montana show (7/3/07).  At the site, you can purchase live recordings of Willie Nelson and Family shows, on USB wristbands.

Look Familiar? Matchbook Twenty Offers music on USB flash drives (like Willie)

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

 

By Mike Snider
http://www.usa.com

The ubiquitous USB flash drive is playing a new song. Fans use them to transport music, photos, documents and other data. Now musicians and record labels are getting into the act. 

The latest: Matchbox Twenty’s new album, Exile on Mainstream, is being sold on a USB bracelet. Available exclusively at Best Buy, the $35 item includes all 17 songs from the album (released Oct. 2), music video How Far We’ve Come, another video with band interviews, a digital booklet with album art and other band items to customize your computer. 

I just think it’s neat,” says lead singer Rob Thomas. “It’s really fun knowing how much is inside that wristband.” 

Universal Serial Bus drives have become commonly used as novelty and promotional items. When inserted into a USB slot on a computer, the content can be downloaded or run on the computer. Storage capacity ranges from 64 megabytes to 8 gigabytes. 

Matchbox Twenty’s management got the idea from a similar project that lets Willie Nelson concertgoers buy a USB bracelet that contains a downloaded version of that night’s concert. (Some are available online at stores.allaccesstoday.com/willie.) The band liked the idea, Thomas says. “Each time we’ve put out a record, we’ve been presented with new challenges of what we can do in the marketplace and how people are getting music and making it part of their lives.” 

Matchbox Twenty will sell bracelets with live concert recordings during its 2008 tour. Austin-based All Access Today, which works with the band and Nelson, also will release Ringo Starr’s new album, due in January, on a USB bracelet and is in talks with all the major record labels. 

During the touring season next summer, there are probably going to be 15 to 20 tours doing this,” says the company’s Jake Crownover. 

Some Willie Good Stuff

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Picnic Package:  $35.00

All Access has some cool Willie Nelson souvenirs for sale, including the above package they shipped with tickets to Willie Nelson’s picnic.

Visit www.clubluck.willienelson.com to see the items for sale:

  • Live Willie Wristbands
  • Wille Nelson Live
  • 4th of July Picnic
  • Music
  • Books
  • Shirts
  • Digital Downloads

Willie Nelson and Family Concert at Floore’s Country Store Available at Live!Willie!

Monday, October 15th, 2007

Here’s some great news for this Monday morning.  Live!Willie! is offering recordings of the Willie Nelson and Family show at Floore’s Country Store on 10/11/07, on a 256MB USB wristbands/flash sticks.  They were being offered at the show, and now you can get the wristbands at  http://www.livewillie.com/. 

This was such a fantastic show, and it is so great that everyone can get a recording of it, soundboard quality, of this show, and so fast!  Thanks to Rachel, Chris and Crew for making this happen.

The wristbands plug right into any USB port on your computer, and you can listen to it on your computer, burn it to a CD, or upload it to your iPod or any mp3 compatible device! This is an audio recording and does not include visual content.

 Click Here to get your USB wristband and many other great Willie Nelson offers!

Here’s a set list to the show.  Willie Nelson and Family played for over two hours that night; hope all the songs fit on the wristband:    

Whiskey River
Still is Still Moving
Nightlife
Crazy
Whiskey for my Men
Working Man Blues
Over Yonder
Me and Bobby McGee
I gotta Get Over You Again
A Moment of Forever
Georgia on a Fast Train
Me and Paul
If you’ve got the money, honey.
BLue Eyes Crying in the Rain
Bue Skies
Georgia
Blue Skies
All of Me
Mama don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys
Angel Falling Too Close to the Ground
On the Road Again
You Were Always on My Mind
Will the Circle be Unbroken?
Jambalya
Hey good Lookin’
Move it on Over
Pancho and Lefty
City of New Orleans
Good Hearted Woman
Help Me Make it Through the Night
Superman
You Don’t Think I’m Funny Anymore
I Saw the Light
Back to Earth
To All the Girls I’ve loved before
Luckenbach, Texas
Whiskey River
Shotgun Willie
A Peaceful Solution

LiveWillie.com

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

If you didn’t make it to see Willie Nelson and Family on the Fourth of July in George, Washington, there’s good news – you can still hear the live concert.  www.livewillie.com has 19 live, sound-board recordings for sale of various concerts from 2000 through the present.  The concerts are recorded on memory flash drives attached to wristbands.    Then you plug the memory stick into your computer, and download the music to your computer.


www.livewillie.com

Willie Nelson concert Wristbands/flashcards now available!

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

 

Hey Willie Fans and Club Luck Members!

Live Willie Wristbands now available! These wristbands plug right into any USB port and you can experience or re-live the amazing Willie Nelson LIVE with a recorded version of any of the Willie concerts listed below.

Did you miss the 4th of July show? Did you lose your wristband, or just need another copy? Want a wristband with another great Willie show? Make sure to check the new Club Luck store for added wristbands, and get yours while you can!

Use the coupon code: LIVEWILLIE to get 20% off!

stores.allaccesstoday.com/willie

You’ll be able to find a Live Willie Wristband for the following shows:

  • 7/4/2007 The 4th of July Picnic in George, Washington
  • 6/18/2007 Thunder Bay, Canada Fort Williams Gardens
  • 6/19/2007 Winnipeg, Canada MTS Centre
  • 6/20/2007 Regina, Canada Brandt Centre
  • 6/22/2007 Calgary, Canada Pengrowth Saddledome
  • 6/23/2007 Edmonton, Canada Rexall Place
  • 6/25/2007 Grand Prairie, Canada Crystal Centre
  • 6/26/2007 Prince George, Canada CN Centre
  • 6/27/2007 Kamloops, Canada Interior Savings Centre
  • 6/28/2007 Victoria, Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
  • 6/29/2007 Vancouver, Canada Pacific Coliseum
  • 7/12/2007 San Diego, CA San Diego State Open Air Theatre
  • 7/13/2007 Costa Mesa, CA Pacific Amphitheatre
  • 7/15/2007 Pala, CA Palomer Starlight Casino
  • 7/16/2007 Saratoga, CA Mountain Winery

LiveWillie! Wristbands Rock!

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

 

I’ve been taping Willie and the Dead concerts for years, and the quality of my recordings were always hit or miss (mostly miss.)  Or I would befriend someone in the taper section of a Grateful Dead concert, and barter something (usually pot) for a copy of their tape, with, again, no guarantee on the quality. 

So wow, what a thrill to go home from Willie’s Choteau and Gorge 4th of July concerts with a sound board recording of the shows I just saw!  It’s amazing, really.   Starting with the shows on Willie Nelson’s Canadian tour, LiveWillie! was pre-selling wristbands with a flash storage device on one end, which you then picked up immediately after the show.  The wristband cost $25.00 each and had the entire show you just saw, plus a pre-recorded version of Willie’s new song, “A Peaceful Solution.”  

To be honest, I was a little intimidated by the device when I got home Thursday and realized I was really happy I had the flash stick, but that I didn’t know where I was supposed to stick it.  But I stuck it in the hole on my computer where it fits (a usb port, as it turns out), went to Windows Media Center, uploaded it and saved it to my hard drive.  Then I burned a cd, and downloaded it to my ipod.  Cool, huh?

I was on the same flight from Great Falls to Seattle with Chris Collins, who is Rachel Fowler’s partner in the LiveWillie! project, and does the recording/copying after the show.  I asked how he did it so fast, and he said there are lots of slots, and he can make them very fast, and can keep up with the demand at any show.  The show is recorded on one long track, too.  He said that Willie Nelson is the first person to use this new technology, but that it is getting popular now. 

After the concert on the 4th at the Gorge, I helped hand out the wristbands to fans who had pre-purchased them before the show.  (Rachel had a special bus to catch.) And man, everyone was so excited to get to take home a recording of the Willie show we just saw.  The line moved quickly, too, so no one had to wait long.  A runner would bring us 25 or so at a time from where Chris was making the recordings, and we would exchange them for the tickets fans received when they purchased the wristband earlier.  

Now I am sitting here getting goosebumps listening to the Choteau show.  It sounds like you’re at a live concert!  Better sound, really, it’s off the sound board, so you don’t have to listen to a recording of the drunk guy next you singing along with Willie on Poncho and Lefty, like I do on my recordings. 

My only complaint is that the flash disk I got from the Choteau show did not include Willie singing “Red Headed Stranger”, which was such a treat to get to hear live again in concert.  Maybe not enough room on the disk, or?  That’ s my only complaint, though.

Way to go, Willie!  So high tech.  Good job, Rachel and Chris.  and thanks!

LiveWillie! currently sells live shows at their site at www.livewillie.com. 

Hats, Bandanas, Waves and Kisses — What Next? Now Willie Nelson Tosses a Concert to the Crowd!

Monday, June 25th, 2007

 

Starting with his Canadian tour, Willie Nelson has made his concerts available to purchase and take home with you after the show, via a wristband/flashstick.

JK, the lucky fan who got to travel across Canada and follow Willie’s show,  reported that in Regina, Willie wore one of the flashticks/wristbands with the Winnipeg show recorded on it, along with a video of him singing Peaceful Solution, and then he threw it out into the crowd!  How cool is that?  I asked him about how the flashsticks work, and he said this:

Re: the flash drives:   It is based on demand. A guy would come running up to the booth with a dozen drives, the webmistress would sell them, the guy would come back with a dozen more and ask if she needed another batch. Not sure how many they sold – I was in the second row (WOO) so it took quite a while to get to the booth, which was in the back of the arena. The nice thing about this system is that you don’t have to worry about them running out.

It was all one track, so there was no editing involved. I assume they record a plain ol’ .wav file of the concert, encode it as an MP3 (should take 10 minutes or so – maybe less if they’ve got a really fast computer dedicated to this, and there’s no reason they wouldn’t), and then it’s just a matter of copying the file to as many flash drives as required.

Also on the wristband was a video of Willie singing Peaceful Solution. They could pre-load those onto all the wristbands to save time.

During the show, Willie wore a wristband with the Winnipeg show on it, and he tossed it to the crowd at the end.