Released in 1975 as the 18th studio album by Willie Nelson, Red Headed Stranger is a concept album about a man who kills his wife and her lover and goes on the run. The album gave Willie his first #1 hit as a singer and cemented him as one of the most important and recognized artists in country music at the time.PRO TIP: We encourage you to listen to the album in full, either before or after its related episode. (Or before AND after!)Click here for our Spotify playlists for this and past episodes: https://open.spotify.com/user/kd8l2yvse4sbkeka389htt4o1?si=e5ITPI5EQ4q8ljwPN-3B3QJoin our Patreon for exclusive Bonus Content and to be a part of our private community! https://www.patreon.com/postampLeave us a comment below or visit the website to leave a message: https://www.chwstudios.com/post-amp-podcast
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This week on the podcast, Patrick and Ryan dive into some JB collaborations. Fins up! -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @ParrotheadPod Email: ParrotheadPodcast@gmail.com Merchandise: TeePublic Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify
This week, we bring two eTown veteran performers back to the show, the legendary Texas singer-songwriter Willie Nelson and the inspiring husband and wife duo, The War and Treaty. Willie talks with Nick about his new record, his second tribute to one of his all-time favorite singers, Frank Sinatra, while also updating us on his life being NOT On the Road Again for the first time in decades because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Tanya and Michael Trotter talk about their latest release and touch on the challenges that Michael, an Iraq War combat veteran, still faces battling PTSD and how those challenges have inspired some of their most poignant songs. Great music and conversation, this week, in eTown.
Let It Roll: How Willie Nelson, Doug Sahm, Stevie Ray Vaughn, SXSW and ACL Fest Turned Austin into the ATX
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Host Nate Wilcox welcomes back author Joe Nick Patoski to tell us how musicians like Doug Sahm, Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Butthole Surfers kicked off the transformation that turned a sleepy college town into ATX, the home of Austin City Limits and South by Southwest.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.
For February 2021, member Scott Coates picked this legendary and transformational album from Willie Nelson. This is his first album after leaving his former record label, RCA, who Willie felt was over controlling and over producing his previous albums. At 39 years old Willie stated that the freedom his new label Atlantic Records gave him to create this Shotgun Willie album, allowed him to clear his throat, and create the album he wanted. Listen along and join us at thesoniccollective.com for more show notes, full scores and more media.
This episode Matt tells us about the surprisingly charming pimp turned drummer who was the enforcer, accountant and band member for the Willie Nelson band! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices