At the Hollywood Bowl next month, Willie Nelson is going to do something he’s never done before.
At 80 years old, this onetime ‘outlaw’ artist still plays by his own rules. On top of that, he may just be the best guitarist in country music.
Figures are not in yet for how much money Toby Keith’s Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert raised for the United Way, but early reports from his camp indicate that if the nearly daylong show didn’t break records for paid attendance, it sure came close.
Toby Keith On His Oklahoma Tornado Relief Concert: ‘It’s Wonderful People Care & Want To Do This For My Hometown’
As an Oklahoma native, Toby Keith is all too familiar with the devastation tornado season can bring. This year, however, the devastation was more severe than usual.
The Zac Brown Band has two big Southern Ground Music and Food Festivals scheduled this fall. And the lineup at each even just got stronger.
They join previously announced performances by Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and Dave Matthews.
Tickets for Toby Keith’s Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert went on sale Friday and sold out in a little over an hour.
For the first time ever, four generations of the Nelson family performed on one stage at New York City’s Hard Rock Cafe earlier this month (June 6).
After numerous hints that a second Oklahoma tornado benefit concert was in the works, the news is finally out.
Our series What Have You Done For Us Lately? examines the recent output by legendary artists. The latest target is Willie Nelson, who just turned 80 and released yet another new album.