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Willie Nelson and Glenn Campbell

Friday, May 17th, 2019

Willie Nelson & Family at Beachlife Festival (5/05/2019)

Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Willie Nelson & Family, Poncho and Lefty

Thursday, May 16th, 2019

Doris Day, “Nightlife”

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

Rest in peace, Doris Day, who passed away last Monday.

Willie Nelson, “Sing Me Back Home” mini music documentary

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

www.jambase.com
by: Nate Todd

Willie Nelson shared a mini music documentary for the title track from his upcoming album, Ride Me Back Home. The song and it’s accompanying video are a heartfelt tribute to the horses and mules who served in conflicts like World War I and the Korean War.

The visual also features footage of Nelson and his rescue horses and mules on the legendary singer-songwriter’s ranch in Luck, Texas. While the video is a tribute to all horses and mules who have served, it is dedicated to Sergeant Reckless USMC, who completed 51 missions in the Korean War and saved countless lives. She is the most decorated horse in modern history. The doc is also dedicated to Willamina, “the most decorated mule in Luck,” who Willie talks lovingly to in the video.

Willie Nelson’s Ride Me Back Home is due out on June 21 via Legacy Recordings. Check out the mini music documentary for “Ride Me Back Home” below:

Willie Nelson on CMT Hot 20 Countdown

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019

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www.CMT.com

Willie Nelson is always good for a joke. He loves them, and before he and Katie Cook wrapped their CMT Hot 20 Countdown interview on his bus in San Diego, they exchanged a few clean ones.

“I went on this blind date and I told the guy I’d meet him in the bar,” Cook said. “I sat exactly where I would be, he comes walking over and he was like, ‘Are you Katie?’ I’m like, ‘Are you John?’ He said, ‘Yeah.’ I said, ‘I’m not Katie.’”

“That’s good,” Nelson said. “I’ve got a drop joke that you might like: A guy was on the second floor of this hotel, too close to the window and he fell out on the ground. Someone walks up to him and says, ‘What happened?’ He said, ‘I don’t know I just got here.’”

Humor is at the heart of how Nelson looks at life — and death. Rumors and hoaxes about the music icon’s untimely end have followed the singer since his 1980 No. 1 “On the Road Again” and he takes them all in stride.

“There have been rumors out there,” he said, “‘One day, Willie was out on the road singing ‘On the Road Again’ and a truck hit him.’ … Ever since then I’ve been hearing those stories. I thought it was really funny.”

At 84, Nelson shows no signs of stopping. In the last 60 years, he’s recorded more than 110 albums (not counting his live sets and greatest hits compilations), and he continues to tour all year long.

His latest collection, God’s Problem Child, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s country albums chart. The lineup for his six-city Outlaw Music Festival tour starting July 1 in New Orleans includes Bob Dylan and His Band, the Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, My Morning Jacket, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Margo Price, Hayes Carll and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.

When Cook asked Nelson if he saw age as just another number, he agreed.

“People do get old, that’s the way life is, and fortunately we’ve gotten this old. And hopefully we can get older.

“One of those heavy-thinkers, Seneca, said that you should look upon death and comedy with the same countenance. I thought that’s pretty interesting.

“You know we’re all gonna die one day,” he added, “It’s not not going to happen. So you have to have some kind of attitude about it, and I guess comedy is as good as any.”

Willie Nelson & Family & Friends (New Year’s Eve 1984)

Friday, May 10th, 2019

Happy Shoeshine Friday

Friday, May 10th, 2019

Willie Nelson, “On the Street Where You Live”

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

“Weed, Whiskey and Willie” — The Brothers Osborne

Monday, May 6th, 2019


Willie Nelson, “Ride Me Back Home”

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

www.RollingStone.com
by: Patrick Doyle

Watch Willie Nelson Pay Tribute to Horses in ‘Ride Me Back Home’

Nelson, who has more than 60 horses on his Texas property, says he was immediately moved by his friend Sonny Throckmorton’s song

www.Rollingstone.com
by: Patrick Doyle

Willie Nelson turned 86 yesterday, announced a tour and appeared on the cover of our cannabis issue. The story is timed to Nelson’s new album Ride Me Back Home, out June 21st, which features new songs and covers of everyone from Guy Clark to Billy Joel.

On Tuesday, Nelson released a new video for “Ride Me Back Home,” a song co-written by his friend Sonny Throckmorton, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member.

The song is a tribute to horses who have seen better days (“Now they don’t need you/There’s no one to feed you/There’s fences where you used to roam/I wish I could gather up all of your brothers and you would just ride me back home”). It immediately moved Nelson, who has more than 60 rescue horses on his property outside Austin, Texas. “I’ve bought a lot of horses that were gonna be slaughtered,” Nelson said.

“It’s a good story,” Nelson added of the song, which Throckmorton actually wrote thinking about Willie’s horses. “I heard it and I said it fits exactly the same thing I’m doing. It just seemed natural.” Nelson last paid tribute to the animals in 2012’s “A Horse Called Music,” with Merle Haggard.

“Sonny lives right by Willie’s Luck studio,” Nelson’s producer/co-writer Buddy Cannon said. “He said he wrote that song because he was over there and saw Willie’s horses. I don’t even know if Willie knows that or not.”


Billy Joe Shaver, “I’m Gonna Live Forever” (Farm Aid 1994)

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019

Happy, happy birthday, Willie Nelson

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Fans celebrating Willie Nelson a few years ago, in front of the Willie Nelson statue in Austin.

Willie Nelson in Rolling Stone

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Willie Nelson, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks — City of New Orleans

Sunday, April 28th, 2019