An interesting autobiography of singer-songwriter Willie Nelson.
The "outlaw" of country music, he's romanced America with his songs for more than 20 years, while his records have turned gold and platinum 23 times. Now the legendary Willie Nelson tells the sotry of his remarkable life as it has never been told before: his childhood in the Depression and his early musical training; his stormy marriages, and his struggle as a fledgling songwriter when he sold the rights to such classics as "Family Bible" and "Crazy" for $50 to buy milk for the baby. From his wild experiences with drugs, booze, and women to his long rise to superstardom and his friendships and collaborations with such stars as Waylon Jennings, Julio Iglesias, Dolly Parton and Frank Sinatra, here is Willie Nelson in his own words: singer, guitar picker, spiritualist, movie star, rebel--and a man born to serenade the world... taken from jacket cover
Kept me entertained!
An interesting read, cover to cover.
Surprisingly candid story of one of my heroes..he is a different kind of celebrity and this is a very readable Bio
I love Willie Nelson's music and enjoyed seeing how he has changed over the years.