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Jamey Johnson has started his own record label, Big Gassed Records, and to celebrate, he’s giving fans a free download of a brand-new song, ‘Alabama Pines.’ “It was January 1, 2000, and I had just moved to Nashville,” Johnson recalls on the label’s website.
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Shooter Jennings‘ father, Waylon Jennings, passed away in 2002, at the age of 64. The country music icon had released more than 50 albums of material, but his son says there’s still more to be heard, and he’s ready to share it with the world. Read more HERE.
In celebration of their album ‘December Day,’ Willie Nelson and Bobbie Nelson have released a video sharing memories of their childhood in Abbott, Texas. “We grew up working on farms and making our school money picking cotton, baling hay, whatever. It was a great way to grow up,” Willie Nelson says. “We learned a little about everything in Abbott... Read more HERE.
The siblings have been playing together since they were kids, starting with performances at church revival meetings. The video is full of laughs and tender moments, which translate into good chemistry on stage as well.
“There’s nothing like playing music with Willie. I get an energy from just sitting with me at the piano, but when I sit with Willie, it’s just an all-new energy,” Bobbie Nelson says of sharing the stage with her brother. “When we put that all together, you can really feel it.”
Adds Willie Nelson, “We play together, I think, as well as anybody. When it’s just her and I, it’s a lot of fun to play. It’s nice to know that sister Bobbie is over there because whenever I need someone to take the lead, all I have to do is nod to sister Bobbie, and she’s already there. She knows what to do and gives me a chance to relax a little bit and figure out what I’m going to do next.”
‘December Day: Willie’s Stash, Vol. 1′ is available on Amazon and iTunes.