On November 28, 1964, Willie made a new career breakthrough with the accolade of a debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry.
A song-by-song trip through some of the most memorable work of a pop laureate.
The 1967 classic has been remade every which way from reggae and disco, and by everyone from the Everly Brothers to Joe Cocker.
The song has been released on Willie Nelson’s 88th birthday.
The legendary Muscle Shoals studio defined the sound of Southern soul before becoming one of the go-to studios for the biggest names in music.
The endless romantic allure of The Great American Songbook has attracted wonderful country covers by the likes of Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson.
The shows will feature an impressive range of special guests including Willie Nelson and Family, Margo Price, Mavis Staples, and Sheryl Crow.
The event will also feature performances from Ziggy Marley, Willie Nelson, and more.
From country to rock, jazz to hip-hop, these personas embody a specific moment in an artist’s development.
The Liberty Records single only reached No.25, but the composition was another important addition to Willie's expanding songbook.
'Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young' was a 1955 No.1 in Faron's incredible chart catalogue.
Demand for 'How To Be A Country Star' was so high after the Statlers played it at the CMAs, they added it to what would be their next album, 'The Originals.'
The under-publicized story of the trailblazing artist-executive from Seattle is well worth telling in some detail.
The book will arrive only nine months after the dual memoir 'Me and Sister Bobbie: True Tales of the Family Band.'
The Nashville star helped changed the fortunes of an impoverished songwriter.
From the first flushes of romance, to heartbreak, loss and lust, the love song puts emotions to words – and music – remaining a core part of our lives.