Archive for the ‘Posters’ Category

Two Legends! Three Nights! Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, @ Whitewater Amphitheater (Mar. 26, 27,28)

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014



Another show added!  Fri and Sat sold out, and they added a show on Thursday.  Great news!

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014


Thanks, Phil Weisman, for finding this cool poster

Rat Dog, Willie Nelson, Warren Haynes (Red Rocks, Aug. 31, Sept 1, 2002)

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014


Win a copy of “Angels Sing” movie poster, signed by Willie Nelson

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014


If you are on Facebook, Willie Nelson’s page is giving a way an autographed copy of the poster to the movie, “Angels Sing”, starring Willie Nelson, Harry Connick, Jr., Kris Kristofferson.  To enter to win, visit his page, and share the above photo.

Also, gather round the family, “Angels Sing” is currently playing on the Hallmark Channel.


Willie Nelson, Ryan Adams

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014



Track List:

Rainy Day Blues
Blue Hotel
Back to Earth
Stella Blue
$1000 Wedding
We Don’t Run
Yours Love
Sad Songs and Waltzes
Amazing Grace
Christmas in Prison

Willie Nelson & Family in Concert at Texas A&M TONIGHT!

Monday, November 17th, 2014


Willie Nelson @ 5th Republic of Texas Chilympiad (San Marcos, TX)

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Thank you, Margie Lemons, for sharing this poster and story from Homer Wills:

“Friday night I was talking to Jonny Mojo about how crowded the Crazy Horse was for their show and I said at least there wasn’t any chicken wire.

Here’s a story:

In ’74 I played the “Chilympiad” with Willie. When we went on stage I saw we were separated from the crowd by floor-to-ceiling chicken wire. I asked Willie what that was about, and he just grinned and said “You’ll see!!”.

As soon as we kicked off “Whiskey River” it started… beer cans and longnecks started hitting the wire. The crowd was whooping and loving the music, and the longer we played the more they threw. At first I instinctively flinched, but I got used to the impacts, and the longnecks that had hit their mark hung like decorations by their necks.

The only problem was that they were never quite empty…. by the end of the set we were soaked and sticky. As we walked off, Bee the bass player looked at me and laughed and said “Welcome to Texas Homer…. You have now been baptised!!”

An Evening With Willie Nelson @ Paradisio (1/23/07)

Sunday, November 16th, 2014



Thank you, Juul de Graff, from Amsterdam, for sending this poster.  What a great show that must have been.

Willie Nelson & Family, New Year’s Eve (2013)

Saturday, November 15th, 2014


Damn Proud I was There: Willie Nelson’s July 4th PIcnic

Friday, November 14th, 2014


Willie Nelson & Family, Texas A&M, (Nov. 17, 2014)

Friday, November 14th, 2014



Four (4) Club Luck tickets just became available for Willie’s 11/17 (Mon) SOLD OUT show at Rudder Auditorium in College Station, TX! Click here to login:

Willie Nelson @Ritz Theater (Johnny Mack Brown Nite)

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014



Thanks, Phil Weisman, for this cool poster picture.

This day in Willie Nelson History: Willie Nelson & Family, Sportatorium (October 26, 1974)

Sunday, October 26th, 2014



Another classic Willie Nelson & Family Poster by the great illustrator, and my friend, Steve Brooks.  So many posters, shirts, back stage passes, include artwork by Steve Brooks.

Willie Nelson @ Three County Cattle Drive (Oct. 10, 2003)

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014


“Willie, don’t know if you remember this gig, it was in 2003. But Ronny Spears was one of your opening bands, they are from Frisco Tx. He passed away unexpectedly Monday from a heart attack. He was 51. I believe y’all met on several occasions. Just wanted to let you know ….you were one of his main music legends he loved and inspired him.

Thanks for the good times Willie, keep ‘em coming!”

–  Jennifer Bridges

Lukas Nelson & the Promise of the Real (Poster by Micah Nelson, Jim Eckenrode)

Monday, October 13th, 2014


“My first official show poster. My picture melted with the bands icon art from Micah , what an honor . Just had it matted and framed.” — Jim Eckenrode