Country music legend Willie Nelson helped unveil a statue honoring him in downtown Austin Friday, singing his new song "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die." Organizers said they didn't intentionally choose April 20 for the event, but once they found out, they scheduled the unveiling at 4:20 p.m. reference to Nelson's openness about his marijuana use and advocacy for its legalization.
Legendary musician Willie Nelson, who also happens to be an outspoken advocate of marijuana legalization, was honored on Friday (4/20) in Austin, Tex., with the unveiling of a new statue in his honor. Read Post
Willie Nelson's new video highlights the need to protect Appalachian communities from the devastating mining practice of mountaintop removal. The country music legend/land rights activist sings “America the Beautiful” to highlight o... Read Post