Celebrate an American icon with the first full-color book that comprehensively explores the work and life of country superstar Willie Nelson. Throughout his career, Willie Nelson—singer, songwriter, author, poet, actor, and activist—has won countless accolades as well as the hearts of listeners. To name just a few of his awards: He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as the National Agricultural Hall of Fame (for his charitable work with FarmAid), and received the Kennedy Center Honors, the Gershwin Prize, and a Library of Congress Lifetime Award. In the US alone, Nelson has sold more than 40 million albums. This lavish volume, written by well-known music journalist Andrew Vaughan, features more than 100 photographs and illustrations. It’s a must-have for every one of Nelson’s millions of dedicated fans.
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About the Author
Andrew Vaughan is a well-known and respected music journalist whose work has appeared in Billboard, Music Week, Mojo, Q, the London Times, the Guardian and many other publications. He has been a regular guest on BBC Radio, BBC TV and VH1. In 1998, Andrew moved from London to Nashville, where he quickly became one of the best-connected writers on the music scene. He is also the author of The Eagles: An American Band and Garth Brooks (both Sterling). He was previously editorial director for the American Music Channel and is currently an editor at Gibson.com in Nashville.