Merle Haggard Tribute Show Proves Legend’s Far-Reaching Influence
Country stars, rock stars, alt-country heroes and bluegrass angels all came together to celebrate Merle Haggard on Thursday night (April 6) in Nashville.
Willie Nelson Records Heartfelt Merle Haggard Tribute, ‘He Won’t Ever Be Gone’
Willie Nelson pays tribute to Merle Haggard in his new album’s closing track, "He Won’t Ever Be Gone."
Willie Nelson’s Wife Releases Her Own Line of Weed Products
Willie Nelson's wife, Annie, is piggybacking on the singer's marijuana advocacy with the announcement of her own business, Annie's Edibles.
Willie Nelson’s Publicist Denies Reports He’s ‘Deathly Ill’
Willie Nelson is not "deathly ill" despite published reports to the contrary, his publicist says, insisting that the country legend is "perfectly fine."
Willie Nelson Makes Surprise Appearance at SXSW 2017 [Watch]
Music fans who skipped out on Ray Benson's birthday party on Tuesday (March 14) during SXSW are now kicking themselves for missing a surprise appearance from Willie Nelson.
Willie Nelson, Miranda Lambert + More Team Up for Merle Haggard Tribute
As the country community nears the anniversary of Merle Haggard’s death, some of the genre’s biggest stars are gathering together to celebrate his life and art with a massive tribute concert.
Lip-Syncing Couple Salute Country Songs + More in Viral Valentine Video [Watch]
This couple went all out to channel some of the greatest love songs of all time, right down to Dolly Parton’s wig. In honor of Valentine’s Day, a video-making duo named Kristin and Danny released a lip-sync medley that would put any late night host to shame.
Willie Nelson Cancels Two More Concerts Due to Illness
Well wishes are in order for Willie Nelson, who has canceled two additional concerts scheduled in February due to an undisclosed illness.
Willie Nelson Cancels Three Shows in Bakersfield, Calif.
Willie Nelson was forced to cancel a string of shows (Feb. 6-8) at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, Calif., due to an undisclosed illness.