Willie Nelson is an avid supporter of the recreational use of marijuana -- so much so that the country icon titled his new autobiography, 'Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I'm Gone' after his favorite non-musical pastime.
Platinum certification for one million albums sold didn't begin until 1976, so while other recordings may have soared past this sales mark, 'Wanted: The Outlaws' became the first official platinum album that year. The project featured Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter and it would eventually go on to be certified double platinum.
The legendary Willie Nelson may have endorsed Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson in the 2012 presidential race, but when it comes down to a choice between President Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, it looks like the entertainer has chosen to go with the incumbent president.
One of my favorite parts of any awards show is when time is taken to honor a legend in the industry. It's even better when I'm a huge fan of the person being honored, and that is going to be the case this Thursday night at the CMA Awards show on ABC. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will join Lady Antebellum and Blake Shelton in a long overdue tribute to legendary singer, songwriter and American icon Willie Nelson.
It's the end of the railroad. Fans who were eagerly awaiting to see Willie Nelson and Jamey Johnson, along with Band of Horses and John C. Reilly, perform on the 2012 Railroad Revival Tour will surely be disappointed, as the tour has been canceled by its organizers.
Willie Nelson is one of the most prolific and celebrated songwriters of his generation, and a musical and cultural icon as well. The legendary country performer is set to reveal some new stories and insights into his life and music with the upcoming publication of Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die: Musings From the Road, which he will release on November 13 through William Morrow.
Lionel Richie has won plenty of awards in his legendary career. Grammy’s, Oscars, Golden Globes…just about every prestigious accolade you can think of, Lionel has won it. With one exception, but that could all change at this year’s CMA Awards in November.
Over the course of his long career, Willie Nelson has dabbled in a wide variety of genres, from reggae to adult contemporary to blues and beyond. Along the way, he’s worked with and covered a staggering number of artists — and now that list includes Coldplay.
Farm Aid has announced the place, date and now the star studded lineup. Get your tickets for an August 13 concert at Livestrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas. The executive board has revealed an assortment of artists who will join the standard lineup for the Farm Aid 2011.
Legendary country icon Randy Travis celebrated his 25th anniversary in country music by releasing a new C.D. called Anniversary Celebration. It's an album full of duets. He invited some of country musics biggest names to accompany him. I've heard it and I think it's one to have in the CD collection.
Last November, Willie Nelson was arrested after border control agents smelled a marijuana-like odor (surprise, surprise) coming out of the singer's tour bus, and then found the 77-year old in possession of six grams of the wacky tobacco.
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