Album artwork for God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson

Released to coincide with his 84th birthday - Willie Nelson’s brand new album God’s Problem Child. For the first time in almost three years, Willie Nelson releases a collection of all-new material. God's Problem Child includes seven songs co-penned by Nelson and his longtime collaborator and producer, Buddy Cannon. Closing the album is He Won't Ever Be Gone, written by Gary Nicholson as a tribute to the country legend's longtime friend and frequent singing partner, Merle Haggard. The LP's title cut, co-written by Jamey Johnson and Tony Joe White, includes vocals by both writers as well as Leon Russell, marking one of the musician's final recordings before his death last November. The album's opening cut, Little House on the Hill, was written by Lyndel Rhodes, Buddy Cannon's 92-year-old mother. When video featuring Rhodes hearing Nelson sing her song for the first time hit the Internet last fall, it immediately went viral and has since racked up nearly one million views.

Willie Nelson

God's Problem Child

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Album artwork for God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson
LP

£18.99

Released 28/04/2017Catalogue Number

88985415741

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Album artwork for God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson
CD

£10.99

Released 28/04/2017Catalogue Number

88985415732

Willie Nelson

God's Problem Child

Legacy
Album artwork for God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson
LP

£18.99

Released 28/04/2017Catalogue Number

88985415741

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson
CD

£10.99

Released 28/04/2017Catalogue Number

88985415732

Released to coincide with his 84th birthday - Willie Nelson’s brand new album God’s Problem Child. For the first time in almost three years, Willie Nelson releases a collection of all-new material. God's Problem Child includes seven songs co-penned by Nelson and his longtime collaborator and producer, Buddy Cannon. Closing the album is He Won't Ever Be Gone, written by Gary Nicholson as a tribute to the country legend's longtime friend and frequent singing partner, Merle Haggard. The LP's title cut, co-written by Jamey Johnson and Tony Joe White, includes vocals by both writers as well as Leon Russell, marking one of the musician's final recordings before his death last November. The album's opening cut, Little House on the Hill, was written by Lyndel Rhodes, Buddy Cannon's 92-year-old mother. When video featuring Rhodes hearing Nelson sing her song for the first time hit the Internet last fall, it immediately went viral and has since racked up nearly one million views.