Willie Nelson & Family with Merle Haggard on October 20 at 7:30 p.m.

Joe Louis Arena

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In a Nutshell

On the heels of their sixth collaborative album since 1983, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard take outlaw country on the road once again

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $48 for one G-Pass for seating in rows FF–PP of section F1 or F6, rows J or K of section GA3 or GA4, or rows F–K of section GA2 or GA5 (up to $80.70 value)
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Willie Nelson & Family with Merle Haggard

  • Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard: together they’ve earned 14 Grammy Awards, won 24 Academy of Country Music Awards, and appear in every Hall of Fame from the Country Music Hall of Fame to the Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • What Got These Outlaws Conspiring Again: their new album, Django and Jimmie
  • The Meaning of that Title: it’s a tribute to their childhood heroes, jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and country singer Jimmie Rodgers
  • The Other Meaning of that Title: it’s also a tribute to their very first collaboration, 1983’s Pancho & Lefty, which they recorded when they were already approaching old-timer status
  • Proof They Haven’t Lost Their Counterculture Edge: the album’s lead single, “It’s All Going to Pot,” which was released on 4/20 for some reason
  • Proof They Haven’t Lost Their Musical Edge: they recorded the album in just three days
  • Their Tone Today: more introspective, as seen in “Live This Long” and “Missing Ol’ Johnny Cash”—both of which look Father Time dead in the eye and contemplate mortality
  • How You Know You’ll Still Walk Away Smiling: AllMusic.com’s rave review, which explained “often, country memories can get maudlin, but Willie and Merle are filled with good humor here and the pair often strike a delicate balance of fun and sweet melancholy . . . they’re not cursing the dark, they’re enjoying the sunset.”

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