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

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:

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