Archive for the ‘Paula Nelson’ Category

Willie Nelson and Family

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Willie Nelson and Paula Nelson, “Have You Ever Seen the Rain”

Friday, November 25th, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving from Sirius/XM Radio: Farm Aid Feast for the Ears

Thursday, November 24th, 2016

SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy our annual six-hour Farm Aid feast for the ears, followed by some Turkey Day family time with Paula Nelson and her sister Amy Nelsonbroadcasting from Austin, TX from 6 pm midnight!

Willie Nelson and family

Friday, November 4th, 2016


Folk Uke Family Reunion with Paula Nelson on SiriusXM Outlaw Country

Friday, November 4th, 2016


Paula Nelson hosts an exclusive one-hour special with Folk Uke, featuring her sister Amy Nelson and Cathy Guthrie, discussing their new album and performing live at the SiriusXM Radio studios on Willie Nelson Blvd. in Austin, TX

Thursday 11/3, 2 pm ET
Friday 11/4, 3 pm ET
Saturday 11/5, 9 am & 5 pm ET
Sunday 11/6 12 pm & 9 pm ET

Happy, Happy Birthday, Paula Nelson

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

Paula Nelson



Photo from Seventeen Magazine 1985



photo by Scott Moore





Willie Nelson and Paula Nelson, “Have You Ever Seen The Rain”

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

Willie Nelson and Paula Nelson, ‘Have You Ever Seen the Rain”

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Friday, July 1st, 2016


Paula Nelson, Amy Nelson, Jody Fletcher, Connie Nelson

Amy, Paula, Bobbie, Willie Nelson

Monday, June 27th, 2016


Thanks, Connie Nelson, for sharing this photo.

Willie Nelson and Paula Nelson, “Have You Ever Seen the Rain”

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

Happy Father’s Day

Sunday, June 19th, 2016








Paula Nelson, “Angel from Montgomery” (on ‘Lucky 13’ album)

Friday, May 27th, 2016

Billy Bob’s Saloon le 11.3.11 avec une chanson de John Prine qui figure sur le 3eme CD “Lucky 13”

Fire Below
Standing Tall
Day to Day Love
Every Now and Then
Baby You’re Mean
Angel From Montgomery
Bein’ Alone
Find Your Way
Easy Money
Only You

Paula Nelson: Vocals, Landis Armstrong: Guitar/ Vocals, George Devore: Acoustic Guitar/ Vocals, Matthew Hubbard: Keyboards/ Harmonica/ Vocals, Chris Johnson: Bass, Kevin Remme: Drums/ Vocals

Paula Nelson’s ‘Lucky 13’ album is such great listening.  If you don’t have it, you should.  You can get it on amazon, cdbaby, iTunes.  Here’s the Texas Monthly’s original review of the album:

She may have a famous name and famous father but Paula Nelson’s music and voice stands tall on its own. If anyone had any doubt, her new project Lucky 13 will soothe the most hardened of music critics. Let’s face it, sometimes talent is in the genes, and Paula has obviously gotten a good amount of whom and what her father is musically. However, she is not Willie light or really even Willie-ish. She has her own style and is different. In some of the guitar parts of Lucky 13 it is obvious that Willie’s fingers are on the frets but other than that this record is pure Paula.

Paula ranges from Blues to Beatles on Lucky 13 and the result is a fun musical ride with a little yodel mixed with jazz, blues, country, and kick butt rock and roll. Paula penned ten of the thirteen tracks and two of the covers are duets with vocal and musical star George Devore. The two collaborate on John Prine’s “Angel from Montgomery” and the June Carter and John Cash made famous Billy Wheeler and Jerry Leiber written “Jackson.” In both duets Devore and Paula’s voice match up perfectly. Those two tracks alone are worth the price of the CD and more. Devore can also be heard in many of the arrangements with his silky acoustic guitar work.

The absolute greatest joy of Lucky 13 is Paula’s keyboard work. She is a player of rare talent. The Keys are an instrument not used enough in Texas music but Paula’s uses them with masterful elegance. Keyboards are almost the backbone of Lucky 13. They are what make the record so different and unique. Use of the various keys allow Paula to move effortlessly through the genres while the listener is graced with audible nuggets and treats that keep them listening for more.

In addition to the duets with Devore the most notable tracks on the CD are “Fire Below,” “Baby You’re Mean,” “Find Your Way,” “Standing Tall,” and “Day to Day Love.” In all Paula Nelson delivers her own individual treat of a record in Lucky 13. At times it is more like Delbert (McClinton) than Willie but nevertheless it is a kick butt fun record and stands all on its own with or without a famous name. A must have.

Paula Nelson and Waylon Jennings

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016


Paula Nelson, Amy Nelson, Willie Nelson, in Austin

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016


“Had a wonderful day today hanging out with my beautiful sister Amy. Of course we had to take a selfie with Papa Bear” — Paula Nelson.

(Not many of us get to visit a statue of their dad, is there?)