Willie Nelson Saratoga Tickets
Willie Nelson’s mere mention is enough to raise a whole lot of reactions at so many levels. This long haired weed smoking bandana wearing hippy has had numerous run-ins with the law. The fact of the matter however is that Nelson is also someone who helped shape a country music genre called outlaw country. Nelson incorporates various musical genres like folk, rock, blues, pop and jazz to make a genre which is distinctively his. His upcoming album God’s Problem Child is about to be released and Nelson has kickstarted a nation-wide tour to promote this album. If you’re a fan of Willie Nelson and live in or nearby Saratoga, then get Willie Nelson Saratoga tickets now.
Willie Nelson will be performing at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California. This is the same venue where Ella Fitzgerald, Carlos Santana, Ray Charles and Tony Bennett have previously performed.
Willie Nelson - The Outlaw
Outlaw country music challenges the traditional country music of Nashville. Nelson, who has always rebelled against societal norms, began popularizing this genre of country music when his 1975 studio album Red Headed Stranger came out. The album contained a cover of Fred Rose’s Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain which became Nelson’s first No.1 hit. His outlaw image further solidified the following year when he released Wanted! The Outlaws. Over the course of his fifty plus year career, Nelson has released 61 studio albums, 37 compilation albums, and 10 live albums. Some of his most successful albums, in addition to Red Headed Stranger have been Stardust, Honeysuckle Rose and Always on My Mind.
Willie Nelson’s Top 10 List
If you’re new to Willie Nelson’s music, here’s is where you can start; whet your musical appetite these ten songs of Nelson’s and when you fall in love with them, get your Willie Nelson Saratoga tickets. Start with City of New Orleans, Seven Spanish Angels (with Ray Charles), My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, Just To Satisfy You (with Waylon Jennings), Always on My Mind, Blue Eyes Crying in The Rain, To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before (with Julio Iglesias), Good Hearted Woman (with Waylon Jennings), Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys (with Waylon Jennings) and end your Willie Nelson marathon with Beer For My Heroes (with Toby Keith).