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He later joined Johnny Bush 's band. The owner of the station, Dr. Ben Parker, gave Nelson the job despite his lack of experience working on radio.
He recorded the tracks on used tapes, and sent the demos to the local label SARG Records, which rejected them. He then decided to move to San Diego but, when he was unable to find a job there, he hitchhiked to Portland, Oregon , where his mother lived.
After failing to land a spot on the Ozark Jubilee , he started to work as a dishwasher. Unhappy with his job, he moved back to Texas.
After a short time in Waco , he settled in Fort Worth, and quit the music business for a year. After his son Billy was born in , the family moved to Houston , Texas.
On the way, Nelson stopped by the Esquire Ballroom to sell his original songs to house band singer Larry Butler.
Butler refused to purchase the song " Mr. Nelson moved to Nashville, Tennessee in , but was unable to find a label to sign him. During this period he often spent time at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge , a bar near the Grand Ole Opry frequented by the show's stars and other singers and songwriters.
Dick liked a song of Nelson's he heard on the bar's jukebox. Nelson played him a demo tape of "Crazy. His first two successful singles as an artist were released by the next year, including " Willingly " a duet with his soon-to-be second wife, Shirley Collie , which became his first charting single and first Top Ten at No.
And Then I Wrote , released in September Since the job did not allow him the time to play music of his own, he left it and bought a ranch in Ridgetop, Tennessee , outside of Nashville.
That same year he joined the Grand Ole Opry ,  and he met and became friends with Waylon Jennings after watching one of his shows in Phoenix, Arizona.
By , most of Nelson's songwriting royalties were invested in tours that did not produce significant profits.
In addition to the problems in his career, Nelson divorced Shirley Collie in In December, his ranch in Ridgetop, Tennessee, burned down.
He interpreted the incident as a signal for a change. He moved to a ranch near Bandera, Texas , and married Connie Koepke.
In early his single "I'm a Memory" reached the top Nelson moved to Austin, Texas , where the burgeoning hippie music scene see Armadillo World Headquarters rejuvenated the singer.
His popularity in Austin soared as he played his own brand of country music marked by country, folk and jazz influences.
Despite the failure to reach the expected attendance, the concept of the festival inspired Nelson to create the Fourth of July Picnic , his own annual event, starting the following year.
Shotgun Willie , released in May , earned excellent reviews but did not sell well. The album led Nelson to a new style, later stating that Shotgun Willie had "cleared his throat".
Side one of the record is from the viewpoint of the woman, and side two is from the viewpoint of the man. Nelson then moved to Columbia Records , where he signed a contract that gave him complete creative control, made possible by the critical and commercial success of his previous albums.
Although Columbia was reluctant to release an album with primarily a guitar and piano for accompaniment, Nelson and Waylon Jennings insisted. The album included a cover of Fred Rose 's song " Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain ", that had been released as a single previous to the album, and became Nelson's first number one hit as a singer.
The pilot was aired first on those stations, later being released nationwide. The positive reception of the show prompted PBS to order ten episodes for , formally launching the show.
As Jennings was also achieving success in country music in the early s, the pair were combined into a genre called outlaw country , since it did not conform to Nashville standards.
The Outlaws in with Jessi Colter and Tompall Glaser cemented the pair's outlaw image and became country music's first platinum album.
In the summer of , Nelson discovered that Reshen had been filing tax extensions and not paying the Internal Revenue Service IRS since he took over as his manager.
The charges were later dropped, since Reshen's assistant, Mark Rothbaum stepped in and took the charges. Rothbaum was sentenced to serve time in jail.
Impressed by his attitude, Nelson fired Reshen and hired Rothbaum as his manager. Nelson, who was unaware of Elvis Presley 's version of the song asked him to record it.
Produced by Moman, the single of the song was released, as well as the album of the same name. The single was certified platinum; while the album was certified quadruple-platinum, and later inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in In the mids, Nelson, Jennings, Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash formed The Highwaymen , who achieved platinum record sales and toured the world.
During the s and s, Nelson toured continuously, recording several albums including 's critically acclaimed Teatro ,  and performed and recorded with other acts including Phish ,  Johnny Cash,  and Toby Keith.
His duet with Keith, " Beer for My Horses ", was released as a single and topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts for six consecutive weeks in ,  while the accompanying video won an award for "Best Video" at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Nelson's performance with jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis at the Lincoln Center , was released as the live album Two Men with the Blues in ; reaching number one in Billboard's Top Jazz Albums and number twenty on the Billboard Cannon acquainted Nelson earlier, during the production of his collaboration with Kenny Chesney on the duet " That Lucky Old Sun ", for Chesney's album of the same name.
In February , Legacy Recordings signed a deal with Nelson that included the release of new material, as well as past releases that would be selected and complemented with outtakes and other material selected by him.
After selecting the material and the sound of the tunes with the singer, Cannon's work method consisted in the recording of the tracks with studio musicians, with the takes later completed on a separate session by Nelson with his guitar.
Cannon's association to Nelson also extended to songwriting, with singer and producer composing the lyrics by exchanging text messages.
Nelson scored as well his second top ten album on the Billboard , with the release entering at number nine. His following release was Band of Brothers , in , the first Nelson album to feature the most newly self-penned songs since 's Spirit.
Upon its release, it topped Billboard 's Top Country albums chart, the first time since 's The Promiseland , the last Nelson album to top it.
The release reached number five on the Billboard , Nelson's highest position on the chart since 's Always on My Mind. In , Nelson released God's Problem Child.
The release, consisting mostly of Nelson originals co-written with Cannon, entered the Top country albums at number one, while it reached number ten on the Billboard When a hurricane prevented Nelson from recording the song, the production team sent the track to Josh Homme in the hopes that he could record it in time for the game's release.
Nelson was ultimately able to record the song in time in Los Angeles;  the team considered combining the two versions into a duet, but ultimately included both versions in the game.
Following the U. In addition to the unpaid taxes, Nelson's situation was worsened by the weak investments he had made during the early s.
To repay the debt Reshen had created with the IRS, Nelson was recommended to invest in tax shelters that ultimately flopped. Many of his assets were auctioned and purchased by friends, who donated or rented his possessions to him for a nominal fee.
He sued Price Waterhouse, contending that they put his money in illegal tax shelters. Nelson's acting debut was in the film The Electric Horseman , followed by appearances in Honeysuckle Rose , Thief , and Barbarosa.
He portrayed the lead role in the film version of his album Red Headed Stranger. In his first book, Willie: An Autobiography , was published.
In he co-authored Farm Aid: A Song for America , a commemorative book about the twentieth anniversary of the foundation of Farm Aid. Released on November 13, it was named after the song from his album Heroes.
The book contained further biographical details, as well as family pictures and stories about Nelson's political views, as well as his advocation for marijuana.
The artwork of the book was designed by Nelson's son, Micah, and the foreword written by Kinky Friedman. In , Nelson became the official spokesman of the Texas Roadhouse , a chain of steakhouses.
Nelson heavily promoted the chain and appeared on a special on Food Network. The chain installed Willie's Corner , a section dedicated to him and decked out with Willie memorabilia, at several locations.
The U. Bankruptcy Court allowed Nelson to invest in it. The channel was a result of the merger of his two other channels The Roadhouse and Willie's Place.
The thirteen-episode first season would feature artists being interviewed by Nelson and Dan Rather , followed by a performance.
The series concept received attention from cable channels that requested to see the pilot episode. Plans to open chain stores in the states where marijuana was legalized were announced, to be expanded state-to-state if marijuana legalization is further expanded.
Bowman called the brand "a culmination of Nelson's vision, and his whole life". They performed a song Haggard had composed for the film, "The Only Man Wilder Than Me",   and Bob Wills 's classic "Old Fashioned Love",  which they recorded live direct to disc on the first electrical sound recording system from the s.
Nelson uses a variety of music styles to create his own distinctive blend of country music, a hybrid of jazz, pop, blues, rock and folk. In , the Baldwin company gave Nelson an amplifier and guitar with their "Prismatone" pickup.
During a show in Helotes, Texas , Nelson left the guitar on the floor of the stage, and it was later stepped on by a drunk man. Jackson offered him a Martin N Classical guitar, and, at Nelson's request, moved the pickup to the Martin.
Constant strumming with a guitar pick over the decades has worn a large sweeping hole into the guitar's body near the sound hole—the N has no pick-guard since classical guitars are meant to be played fingerstyle instead of with picks.
When Nelson was about to sign it with a marker, Russell requested him to scratch it instead, explaining that the guitar would be more valuable in the future.
Interested in the concept, Nelson requested Russell to also sign his guitar. He asked his daughter, Lana, to take the guitar from the studio before any IRS agent arrived there, and then deliver it to him in Maui.
Nelson is active in a number of issues. Along with Neil Young and John Mellencamp , he set up Farm Aid in to assist and increase awareness of the importance of family farms, after Bob Dylan 's comments during the Live Aid concert that he hoped some of the money would help American farmers in danger of losing their farms through mortgage debt.
In , following the September 11 attacks , he participated in the benefit telethon America: A Tribute to Heroes , leading the rest of the celebrities singing the song " America the Beautiful ".
Nelson explained that he could not believe that the buildings could collapse due to the planes, attributing instead the result to an implosion.
Nelson supported Dennis Kucinich 's campaign in the Democratic presidential primaries. He raised money, appeared at events, and composed the song "Whatever Happened to Peace on Earth?
In , Nelson and several other business partners formed Willie Nelson Biodiesel "Bio-Willie" , a company that is marketing bio-diesel bio-fuel to truck stops.
Nelson is an advocate for better treatment for horses and has been campaigning for the passage of the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act H. He wrote letters to Land O'Lakes and Challenge Dairy, two of the major corporations that use milk from calves raised at California's Mendes Calf Ranch, which employs an intensive confinement practice that was the subject of a lawsuit and campaign brought by the Animal Legal Defense Fund.
He also presented two logos with the pink equal sign, symbol of the LGBT movement. The first one, featured the sign represented with two long braids; while the second one, featured the sign represented with two marijuana cigarettes.
The use of the logos became popular quickly in social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. In June , Nelson deplored the Trump administration family separation policy.
Nelson endorsed O'Rourke, and received negative reactions from the conservative part of his followers.
The last number he performed was " Vote 'Em Out ", a new track that was subsequently released as a single. Nelson has been married four times and has seven children.
The latter killed himself in The couple divorced in , after Collie found a bill from the maternity ward of a Houston hospital charged to Nelson and Connie Koepke for the birth of Paula Carlene Nelson.
Following a divorce in , he married his current wife, Annie D'Angelo, in They have two sons, Lukas Autry and Jacob Micah.
Nelson owns "Luck, Texas", a ranch in Spicewood ,   and also lives in Maui, Hawaii  with several celebrity neighbors.
He was taken to the Maui Memorial Hospital and his scheduled concerts were canceled. After suffering from pneumonia several times, he decided to quit either marijuana or tobacco.
He chose to quit tobacco. He suffered from breathing problems due to high altitude and emphysema and was taken to a local hospital.
His publicist Elaine Schock confirmed soon after that Nelson's health was good and that he was heading to his next scheduled concert in Dallas, Texas.
During his childhood, Nelson grew interested in martial arts. He ordered self-defense manuals on jujitsu and judo that he saw advertised in Batman and Superman comic books.
Nelson started to formally practice kung fu after he moved to Nashville, in the s. Nelson would conduct his martial arts training on his tour bus "The Honeysuckle Rose" and send videos to his supervising Master for review and critique.
Nelson has been arrested several times for marijuana possession. The first occasion was in in Dallas , Texas.
Nelson and Cochran arrived late to the airport and boarded the flight without luggage. As Nelson and Cochran claimed their luggage in the Bahamas, a customs officer questioned Nelson after marijuana was found in a pair of his jeans.
Nelson was arrested and jailed. As Cochran made arrangements to pay the bail, he took Nelson a six-pack of beer to his cell. Inebriated, he fell after he jumped celebrating and was taken to the emergency room.
He then appeared before the judge, who dropped the charges but ordered Nelson to never return to the country. In , highway patrolmen found marijuana in his car near Waco, Texas.
His requirement to appear in court prevented him attending the Grammy awards that year. Richards ' funeral in , Nelson, along with his manager and his sister, Bobbie, were arrested in St.
Martin Parish, Louisiana and charged with possession of marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms. On November 26, , Nelson was arrested in Sierra Blanca, Texas , for possession of six ounces of marijuana found in his tour bus while traveling from Los Angeles back to Texas.
Judge Becky Dean-Walker said that Nelson would have to pay the fine but not to perform the song, explaining that the prosecutor was joking.
Nelson is widely recognized as an American icon. In , Texas Governor Perry signed bill No. Nelson was named honorary chairman of the advisory board of the project.
The collection contains lyrics, screenplays, letters, concert programs, tour itineraries, posters, articles, clippings, personal effects, promotional items, souvenirs, and documents.
The items include photographs, correspondence, song manuscripts, posters, certificate records, awards, signed books, screenplays, personal items and gifts and tributes from Nelson's fans.
The city also unveiled a life-size statue to honor him, placed at the entrance of Austin City Limits' new studio. Also included among the first inductees was his friend Darrell Royal, whose jamming parties that Nelson participated in were the source of inspiration for the show.
For many years, Nelson's image was marked by his red hair, often divided into two long braids partially concealed under a bandanna.
In the April issue of Stuff Magazine Nelson was interviewed about his long locks. Nelson wanted a more maintainable hairstyle, as well helping him stay cool more easily at his Maui home.
In , Nelson cut his braids and gave them to Jennings as a gift during a party celebrating Jennings' sobriety. Nelson's touring and recording group, the Family, is full of longstanding members.
The company built the Honeysuckle Rose I in , which was replaced after a collision in Nova Scotia , Canada, in The interior was salvaged and reused for the second version of the bus the same year.
Nelson changed his tour bus in , and , currently touring on the Honeysuckle Rose V. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Written by Willie Nelson, "Hello Walls", was a hit for Faron Young in , and the song that gave Nelson national recognition as a songwriter.
He recorded the song for his debut album Introduction of the song "Shotgun Willie", opening track of the album of the same name that marked a change of style from Nelson's earlier recordings.
Part of the hit album Honeysuckle Rose. Main article: Trigger guitar. See also: List of awards and nominations received by Willie Nelson.
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The album was recorded at low cost in exchange for the singer recording some commercials,  but was described by AllMusic as "a deeply personal set that delved into Wright's attitudes about his life, his relationships with women, and the children he'd fathered but left behind", and featured "spare, intimate arrangements In the early s he moved to Providence, Rhode Island , where he continued to perform.
He retired from live performance in , after recording and releasing a live album , Brother Bill. The album was issued by Green Coil Records in Wright died on June 29, , in Providence, Rhode Island, at the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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