14 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Band of Brothers is the much-anticipated follow-up to Willie Nelson’s 2013 album To All the Girls…, his first Top 10 set in more than three decades. Band features 14 new recordings, including nine brand-new songs written by Nelson himself. The remaining five tracks include Nelson’s interpretations of Vince Gill’s “Whenever You Come Around,” Billy Joe Shaver’s “Hard to Be an Outlaw” and “The Git Go” (a duet with Jamey Johnson), and Gordie Sampson and Bill Anderson’s “The Songwriters.” Producer Buddy Cannon again joins Nelson, assisting in the writing and recording. (The sessions were held at Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville, with additional recording at Nelson’s Pedernales Studio in Austin, Texas, and The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, all between October 2013 and March 2014.) Highlights include personal numbers like the deeply felt title track, the album’s first single “The Wall,” and “I’ve Got a Lot of Traveling to Do,” which, for Willie, means more business as usual for country music’s most loved and dynamic star.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Band of Brothers is the much-anticipated follow-up to Willie Nelson’s 2013 album To All the Girls…, his first Top 10 set in more than three decades. Band features 14 new recordings, including nine brand-new songs written by Nelson himself. The remaining five tracks include Nelson’s interpretations of Vince Gill’s “Whenever You Come Around,” Billy Joe Shaver’s “Hard to Be an Outlaw” and “The Git Go” (a duet with Jamey Johnson), and Gordie Sampson and Bill Anderson’s “The Songwriters.” Producer Buddy Cannon again joins Nelson, assisting in the writing and recording. (The sessions were held at Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville, with additional recording at Nelson’s Pedernales Studio in Austin, Texas, and The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, all between October 2013 and March 2014.) Highlights include personal numbers like the deeply felt title track, the album’s first single “The Wall,” and “I’ve Got a Lot of Traveling to Do,” which, for Willie, means more business as usual for country music’s most loved and dynamic star.

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