Willie Nelson Shares 'Last Man Standing' Title Track and Video: WatchThe sepia-toned black and white clip features Nelson singing about watching his old friends pass away and hoping not to be the "Last Man Standing."
Artists Announced for New Johnny Cash AlbumChris Cornell, Willie Nelson, Elvis Costello, Brad Paisley, Kacey Musgraves and more are featured on the collection of previously unrecorded Cash compositions.
Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, More Set for Hurricane Relief BenefitDonations raised from the event, being held in Austin, Texas, will go towards the Rebuild Texas Fund.
Farm Aid 2017 Lineup Includes Jack Johnson, Avett Brothers and MoreThe concert's three original founders, Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp, will headline the annual event.
Van Morrison Joins Willie Nelson's Outlaw Music FestivalMorrison will join the tour on September 10 in Pennsylvania.
Willie Nelson Announces Outlaw Music Festival Tour with Bob Dylan, Many MoreThe Avett Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, My Morning Jacket, and Nathaniel Rateliff will appear on select dates.
Willie Nelson's Illness Forces Him to Postpone 2 More ShowsOn Monday, concerts in California and Tucson, Arizona were postponed. In January, the red-headed stranger had to cancel two of his five show in Las Vegas due to illness.
Willie Nelson Announces New Album ‘God’s Problem Child’Willie Nelson announced a new studio album featuring all new recordings today (February 1st).
Willie Nelson is Hiring Employees for His Marijuana CompanyGet your application in today.
Alabama Shakes, Sturgill Simpson, Nathaniel Rateliff To Play Farm AidAs always, the festival is headlined by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews.
Cyndi Lauper Collaborates with Willie Nelson, Vince Gill and Yodeling Jewel on 'Detour'Cyndi Lauper called on some of the biggest names in country music when she decided she wanted to record an album of country standards.
How Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson Inspired Cyndi Lauper's New Album"What would Dolly do?" That's a good question to ask oneself, at any given point in time, and it helped guide Cyndi's new album.