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Willie Nelson (born April 30, 1933) is an American country singer, author, poet, actor and activist originally from Texas. He reached his greatest fame during the outlaw country movement of the 1970s, but remains iconic even today. His grandparents William Alfred Nelson and Nancy Elizabeth Smothers gave him mail-order music lessons starting at age six. Check our available Willie Nelson concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!


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Buy it from Buy the CDDownload as MP3Willie NelsonBand of BrothersSony Music CMG2014 Tell us what you think: Rate and review this album Nelson's mammoth discography has its flat spots,...
- www.theguardian.com
Ten years in the making, Willie Nelson (and 17 other musicians) fuse country and reggae sounds into an enticing and powerful concoction. But you've got to wonder why the record execs kept a lid on this music for nearly a decade? With rhythms to dominate the dancehalls and juke joints, Willie jumps right into the popular music style of Jamaica with largely original music he composed or co-wrote with others like Ray Price or Hank Cochran...
- rootsmusicreport.com
At 80, country's king takes up with 18 assorted queens... Willie Nelson is fond of a collaboration - setting aside numerous get-togethers with fellow travellers in the country of Country, can anyone else boast a duet roster that embraces Wynton Marsalis, Julio Iglesias, U2 and Snoop Dogg? Here he plays things mostly safe with a set of country standards - including his own songs, natch - and a stellar roster of female voices...
- www.uncut.co.uk
A Willie Nelson duets album? Is there anyone who hasn't duetted with Willie already? Apparently, there are 18 women who haven't, but they all get their chance here, including some of country music's first ladies (Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Emmylou Harris), revisiting Willie classics ("Bloody Mary Morning" with Wynonna Judd, "Always on My Mind" recast as a torch song with Carrie Underwood)...
- www.austinchronicle.com
October 18, 2013 "From Here to the Moon and Back," the pledge of eternal devotion (with Dolly Parton) that opens Willie Nelson's conceptual collection of duets with women, has major wedding-dance potential. But several of the pairings that follow lament unions that couldn't work. Nelson's partners, sometimes updating songs he cut years ago, span the country spectrum from folk to pop...
- www.rollingstone.com
Willie Nelson's been releasing multiple albums a year for a long while now and after this year's Lets Face The Music And Dance became his highest-charting album in years, Willie's following it up with his second album in his 80th year on earth, To All The Girls.... The premise of this album is simple, It's a collection of duets (mostly standards from Country, Jazz, Pop, Blues, etc.) which feature female singing partners...
- www.roughstock.com
The hardest-working octogenarian in country music, this is Nelson's second release in his 80th birthday year, and a fine addition to a weighty catalogue already packed with duets. It may take its title from the two-hander hit he had with Julio Igelsias, but the album's 18 tracks are strictly ladies invitations.
- recordcollectormag.com
Though Ringo Starr and Harry Nilsson got there earlier, it was Willie Nelson's 1978 crossover masterpiece, Stardust, that truly ignited the avalanche of non-jazz singers who have since decided to bolster their careers with platters of standards. Nelson himself has made several return visits to Tin Pan Alley, but none are quite as enjoyable as this crazy-quilt pastiche of pop, country and jazz tunes that coincides both with Stardust's 35th anniversary and Nelson's 80th birthday...
- jazztimes.com
Ten years in the making, Willie Nelson (and 17 other musicians) fuse country and reggae sounds into an enticing and powerful concoction. But you've got to wonder why the record execs kept a lid on this music for nearly a decade? With rhythms to dominate the dancehalls and juke joints, Willie jumps right into the popular music style of Jamaica with largely original music he composed or co-wrote with others like Ray Price or Hank Cochran...
- rootsmusicreport.com
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