Nelson pens "Letters to America"
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Nelson pens "Letters to America"

Friday, April 16, 2021 – The ever prodigious Willie Nelson will publish a book "Willie Nelson's Letters to America" on June 29 via Harper Horizon.

Written in collaboration with longtime friend and Texas Monthly contributing editor Turk Pipkin, "Willie Nelson's Letters to America" is a collection of letters reminding readers of the need for unity, resolve and faith.

Nelson shares his thoughts on America's past, present and future, his closest family members, and his personal heroes - from the founding fathers to the leaders of future generations. The book also features the singer's reflections on many of the classic lyrics that made him famous and loved by fans worldwide.

"We are witnessing a unique time in American history, between shifting cultural norms, political unrest and the ongoing effects of the coronavirus, and it seems our nation is collectively reflecting on what it means to be an American," said Andrea Fleck-Nisbet, publisher of Harper Horizon. "It seems only fitting that Willie Nelson, who has already so accurately defined the American spirit through his words and songs, now offer his thoughts on things we all hold dear: family, community, country and faith. Harper Horizon is honored to carry 'Willie Nelson's Letters to America' to the nation."


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