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By PBS NewsHour
Willie Nelson has weighed in on the debate over Syrian refugees. In front of a crowd that included a smattering of lawmakers, the outlaw country musician sang that there’s “room for everyone” in America.
By Joshua Barajas
Willie Nelson is the first country music star to receive the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, the Library of Congress announced Thursday, calling the red-headed stranger a "musical explorer."…
Before we ring in 2015, we want to reflect on some of the great Art Beat stories from this past year. So who did we listen to in 2014?…
By Victoria Fleischer
In an interview on his tour bus in June, country music legend Willie Nelson described to PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown how a nosebleed didn't stop him from completing his first performance.
Country legend Willie Nelson, 81, is still on the road. Jeffrey Brown sits down with Nelson to talk about the burst of songwriting behind his new album, “Band of Brothers,” controlling his temper and how he stays fit on tour.
Jeffrey Brown reports on the 35th anniversary of "Austin City Limits," the longest-running music series in television history.
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