Willie Nelson loves to relax on his Luck Ranch in Texas. As for this past weekend, though, the country music legend demonstrates that he’s still got the unmistakable tenor of his vocals, the twinkle in his eye, the same long braids of the hair, now gone from gleaming red to gray, the same unquenchable spirit,
Willie Nelson and Barbara Streisand are collaborating on a new duet. On Friday, June 4, the 79-year-old songstress released the first single from her upcoming compilation album, Release Me 2. “I’d Want It to Be You” featured none other than Willie Nelson, who recently turned 88. The country legend is still kicking and making music.
Willie Nelson turned 88 today. The country legend was born in Abbott, Texas on April 29, 1993. He wrote, sang, and performed countless songs for over eight decades. In the ’50s, he wrote hits for Patsy Cline and Ray Price before entering superstardom in the ’60s and ’70s. The octogenarian hasn’t slowed down since then.
On Saturday, March 20, Kelly Clarkson made a huge announcement on Instagram. She shared a poster for the “We’re Texas” benefit concert, which is virtual. Earlier this week, actor Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves McConaughey announced that they’re holding a concert to support their home state of Texas. This comes after the February
People say that country music is always about heartbreak. The joke that “if you play country music backward you get your dog back, your wife back and your house back,” is sometimes true. Country music focuses on relatable hurts and triumphs, and unfortunately, loss is a part of that. But there are so many country
Kelly Clarkson continues to impress fans with her “Kellyoke” segments. Recently, she covered Willie Nelson’s Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. In case you didn’t know, one lucky audience member chooses which song Kelly performs at the start of her show. She got to show off her country music chops once again. On Wednesday, February,
Willie Nelson shocked fans with his set of wheels. The “On the Road Again” star didn’t drive in a pick-up truck or van when he got his COVID-19 vaccine. Instead, he showed up in a Tesla. This might sound unexpected to fans of the country legend. Last week, a photo went viral on social media.
Willie Nelson shared an important message with his fans. The country legend revealed that he received his COVID-19 vaccine. The 87-year-old took it via a drive-up service at the Family Hospital Systems in Texas. Nelson was one of the first Americans who received the first batch of the vaccine. According to the CDC, the “On
Willie Nelson has collected several lifetimes of songs, friends, and memories through his 87 years, but nothing compares to this 2020 Fourth of July. It was hard to tell if the ageless outlaw was at his brick-and-mortar home or the place he calls home, his tour bus, during his conversation with Jenna Bush Hager on