Willie Nelson has long been in support of the legalization of marijuana, explaining that it makes him feel more relaxed and even provides health benefits. The singer is optimistic about the drug becoming legal, recently noting that "the future looks good."
The title-track from Willie Nelson’s new ‘Band of Brothers’ album could be a theme song for his motley group of players and friends. The singer has released a video for the song that showcases the crew having fun backstage and off stage. During this ToC video premiere fans get a look at a more relaxed, almost silly, country music legend.
The new song, "Hard to be an Outlaw," from Billy Joe and Willie will be on Shaver's first studio album in seven years, the project is titled "Long in the Tooth." And yes, the song is a jab at modern country music.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has been a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame since 1993. And now, he's been honored with another induction -- this time, in the inaugural class of the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.
Three people were hospitalized after Willie Nelson's band's tour bus slammed into a bridge pillar on I-30 in Sulphur Springs, Texas early Saturday morning (Nov. 23). The singer was not on board, but the incident has resulted in the postponement of several tour dates.
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