Country legend Willie Nelson was forced to cancel his planned performance at a fundraiser in Castle Pines Village in Colorado on Saturday, August 18. The tireless singer and pot proponent, 79, reportedly pulled out of his appearance due to health problems.
Willie Nelson just released his latest album 'Heroes', and he covers a Pearl Jam song on it. Willie performed "Just Breathe" on his radio channel the other day with his sons Lukas and Micah, and we have video.
If there is one thing you can say about Willie, it's that he has made his wishes clear. When he dies, he wants to be rolled up and smoked. Willie recently told Celebsmoker.com that the title of his next album will be, "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die".
Let's face it... when WILLIE NELSON beat his last pot bust by paying a $500 fine, it seemed like he got away with it because he's famous. And now the judge supervising the agreement between Willie and the prosecutor has said just that.
Several country artists came together recently for the CMT Relief Concert to aid victims and families of the recent tornadoes that devastated Alabama. Taylor Swift has also donated a portion of her proceeds from one of her concerts to help out the cause as well.
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