Willie Nelson & Snoop Dogg – Superman

Willie Nelson & Snoop Dogg. They are like twins separated at birth! Super pimps.

Love the new song BOOM by Snoop from his new album Doggumentary

Stephen Harper wants to put Willie Nelson (and Ray Price and John Lennon) in jail [with update from Yoko Ono]

Willie on High Times

Ernie Durawa, Drummer Extrodinaire!

It is with great pleasure, Groovee Fortune presents the new web page for an amazing drummer, Ernie Durawa!!!! Wait till you see the list of people he’s played with…Texas TornadosWillie Nelson, Freddy Fender, Dough Sahm, Johnny GimbleJohn Belushi (I’m gonna put my bee suit on right now!) are just some of my favorites! He teaches Drum Lessons too!

Ernie has been so easy to work with and I am very smitten with his pet, Pig Floyd! That pig gets to have more fun than me partying at the Continental club, hanging out at the Hilton! Get out and see Ernie play really soon!

Thanks for the referral Jagger Peyton

Song for You

I have always thought of Willie’s friend, Leon Russell, as dirty ole Santa Claus. I was surprised to see how cute he was as a young buck. Willie and my mom knew, and now I do too! ha!

I love this song. Especially when Ray Charles or Willie sing it.

Watch this one tooo!

Stuck in my HEAD!

Snoop Dogg’s Gangsta Luv is now officially stuck in my head!
with INXS’ – To Look at You

Along with Bob Schneider’s – 40 Dogs

Mix in a  few snippets of  Willie Nelson infused with Shelby Lynne.

Of course a little lady gaga and some random rap songs

Medical Marijuana in Texas

Includes commentary by Willie Nelson and Ray Benson

Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys – Faded Love

Bob Wills was the driving force behind Western Swing, a form of country & western that was broader in scope than the parent genre. A master at synthesizing styles, Wills brought jazz, hillbilly, boogie, blues, big-band swing, rhumba, mariachi, jitterbug music and more under his ecumenical umbrella. He has been called “the King of Western Swing” and “the first great amalgamator of American music.” Wills grew up in a part of Texas where diverse cultures and forms of music overlapped. His enthusiasm and mastery were such that he assimilated disperate genres into what might best be termed American music. (Wills called it “Texas fiddle music.”)


I took the paragraph above from YouTube. Thought it was great. I grew up dancing on my grandad’s feet to Bob Wills and his music stands the test of time for being really fantastic.  I think I may have sat in Bob Will’s lap in Turkey at some point. A lot of my family lives in Memphis, Tx just down the road and my great aunt Starr once told me a story that led me to believe some lyrics refer to her daddy hanging out with Bob. Thank God, Willie Nelson, Ray Benson & Asleep at the Wheel, Ray Price, etc are keeping western swing alive! I’ve been lucky to see Johnny Gimble many times. Ahhhhh haaa. Bring on home, boys…

R.I.P. Poodie Locke, Backstage Outlaw

One of the Outlaws has left us.
Thank God, he made it here in the first place.
“There are no bad days” was his  slogan.
Poodie Locke, Willie Nelson’s stage manager of 34 years.

poodie locke and willie nelson

Poodie Locke Country Music’s Backstage Legend

Poodie Locke Tribute