In the wonderful Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die ($10), the great Willie Nelson muses over his greatest influences as well as the things which are most important to him. This is a celebration of his life and the parts his family, friends and colleagues have played in his journey. Willie riffs on just about everything, from poker to music, Nashville to Texas and much more besides. He shares with us the outlaw wisdom that he acquired over eight decades, as well as favorite jokes and insights from family, close friends and band mates. A wonderful insight into one of music’s true legends.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Okay, now you will be forgiven for thinking the last thing the world needs is yet another flavored vodka, and you are about to be proved right by reading Boozehound ($15). The well known raconteur and spirits writer Jason Wilson brings together a unique mix of the history of spirits, a recipe […]