American music legend Willie Nelson follows his bestselling books It's a Long Story and The Tao of Willie with Letters to America, a more personal and intimate book than anything he's ever written.
From his opening letter "Dear America" to his "Dear Willie" epilogue, Willie digs deep into his heart and soul, and his music catalog, to lift us up in difficult times, and to remind us of the endless promise and continuous obligations of all Americans-to...
Willie Willie Nelson reads six and one is fully dramatized by Nelson, the late Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, and the late Waylon Jennings, who together were known as The Highwaymen. The collection includes: Riding for the Brand, The Black Rock Coffin Makers, Dutchman's Flat, The Nester and the Piute, Mistakes Can Kill You, Trail to Pie Town, and Big Medicine.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has evolved over the years from an outlaw swimming against a Whiskey River to a Zen-like figure of wisdom and contentment. In this autobiographical collection of life advice, one of America's truest hearts reveals the spiritual and practical lessons learned from decades of hard knocks and good bounces. This collection of "Willie wisdom" takes us from his days as a young boy in Texas where he learned to respect his...
"For more than fifty years, Willie Nelson has wondered about the real-life Texas street vendor, selling wrappings and ribbons, who inspired his classic Christmas song, 'Pretty Paper.' He now aims to give the man one last shot at redemption and a chance to embody the holiday spirit in an inspiring holiday novel"--
"Abandoned by their parents as toddlers, Willie and Bobbie Nelson found their love of music almost immediately through their grandparents, who raised them in a dusty small town in east Texas. Their close relationship--which persists today--is the longest-lasting bond in either of their lives. In alternating chapters, this heartfelt dual memoir weaves together their lives as they experienced them both side-by-side and apart with powerful, emotional...
No other outlaws in American history became more famous than Missouri's Frank and Jesse James. From 1866 to 1882, they led a gang that robbed banks and held up trains, continually defying the Yankee authorities in the aftermath of the Civil War.
A surfing icon comes home to find Malibu has changed. Gone are the times when surfers lived just to catch a wave; now it's all about sponsorships, virtual reality, and money. When the waves go flat, Steve's backed into a corner and he's got to endure.
This special one-of-a kind DVD pulls no punches to get you closer than ever to the award-winning entertainer behind the hits "Who's your daddy, I love this bar, and American soldier". Our collection of original CMT Programming takes you from the behind-the-sceens world of making a music video, to an intimate concert stage, to a personal look at Toby Keith's tumultuous rise to glory-- in his words.
"Captain Hayes of the mighty law enforcement squad named the Texas Rangers reached the pinnacle of his career when he captured the notorious John Henry, an outlaw cowboy, and put him behind bars. Twenty years later, upon his release, Henry is older but unrepentant."--Container.
Pure Country Pure Heart (2017) : Ada and Piper never got to know their father. The girls go on a quest to discover who he really was. Filled with new songs and an appearance by Willie Nelson.
Pure Country (1992) : A country music superstar ditches his beard, ponytail-- and temporarily, his career-- to reclaim his down-home country roots and to find the kind of love he'd only sung about.
In the wild west at the turn of the century, two young brothers watch as their grandpa is gunned down in cold blood. The desperados kidnap the older boy while a priest takes in the younger one. Thirteen years later these two brothers will cross paths again as they both seek revenge, each in their own way.