Here’s What Happened To Willie Nelson

When it comes to ceIebrities, one thing is certain, their lives are every thing but ordinary, and the life story of living legend Willie Nelson is just the perfect example of that.

This incredible man has been making our lives a bit better since the 60’s when he started writing songs that turned huge hits for famous names Iike Ray Price, Patsy Cline and Billy Walker.

By 1975, Nelson was already a star himself and did what no one has done it before; he created music mixing a variety of styles, including traditional pop, Western swing, jazz, traditionaI country, cowboy songs, honky tonk, rock & roll, folk, and the blues. The final result was a huge number of fans and everlasting hits.

Nelson was first introduced to music and instruments when was still very young. In fact, he has written his first song at the age of just 7 and by the age of 13, he performed with Bob Wills, the inventor of Western swing music.

He and his sister Bobbie, who plays in his band, were raised by their grandparents, Alfred and Nancy Nelson, who both studied music courses. Nelson picked the guitar and never let it go, not even today at the age of 89.

Last May, a member of Nelson’s band was tested positive for CO VID-19 and they were forced to cancel their headIining slot at Jazz Fest. Sadly, Nelson contracted the vi rus as well, but considering his age, he experienced plenty of difficulties and the road to recovery wasn’t an easy one.