15 Best Things We Saw at Farm Aid 2015 by Rolling Stone Country

 —  September 21, 2015 — 8 Comments

Willie and friends put on an amazing show for Farm Aid’s 30th Anniversary! The star-studded lineup included Neil Young, Jack Johnson, Kacey Musgraves, and more!

Rolling Stone Country released a great list of the night’s highlights:

  1. Best Blue Collar Spirit: John Mellencamp
  2. Best Show for Youngsters to See How its Done: Mavis Staples
  3. Best Example of “Less Is More”: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds

Read the full list at rollingstone.com

8 responses to 15 Best Things We Saw at Farm Aid 2015 by Rolling Stone Country

  1. I wanted to say, that I am a great fan of you and your music,I just wish I could get a ride on your bus with you ,and talk and toke the time away,. well hope that brang a smile for you, because you put a smile on my face and warmth in my heart thank you and god bless you all ,Dan Benway

  2. Willie: Don’t know if this will reach you, but just wanted to drop you a note from a 76 year old fan that says thanks for the music…been listening back as far as 1975. My body is 76, my mind feels about 50…like to keep it that way…your songs keep me young in my thoughts. Been married 47 years to my Judy, just traveling in our 32 foot travel trailer having some fun. Be well…thanks again. You make our day….

  3. I have seen Willie Nelson six times…. Amazing….LIVE AND ROCK ON WILLIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. My husband and I were going to attend Farm Aid but he passed away on Memorial day and I couldn’t bear to do it alone. I now have purchased VIP tickets for myself and my daughter to come to Bloomington Indiana October 21st I honor of my hudband!can’t wait to see you there!

  5. I have a very good CD of you in my car that I listen to every time I go anywhere and they are my favorite songs and of course you are my favorite country western singer!!
    I hope you get well soon!!!

    an avid fan of yours,
    Jean Hollins

  6. Prayers for Willie

  7. I heard a rumor, that Willie was ill? Is this true?

  8. I also perform Blue Eyes Cryin’ In The Rain – I was taught the song (a favorite of mine) in 1949 and that may be prior to your becoming familiar with what was to become one of your biggest hits. You are one year older than I am (1934)! Keep on keepin’ on, man. :-()

Leave a Reply to Ron Smith Cancel reply

Text formatting is available via select HTML. <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>