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Watch The New Video for Bad Case

"The music video for “Bad Case,” a hard-charging rocker Nelson wrote with the Traveling Wilburys in mind, from their new album Turn Off the News (Build a Garden), out June 14th. Fittingly, the video was co-directed by Adria Petty, Tom Petty’s daughter,...

NEW Turn Off The News Animated Video

"The studio version of “Turn Off the News (Build a Garden),” features Sheryl Crow on background vocals. It’s a lilting song full of well-meaning instruction that’s reminiscent of CSN&Y’s “Teach Your Children Well”: “Turn off the news and raise your kids/Give them...

A Message For Our Fans In Knoxville

To our fans in Knoxville, I want to address some of the concerns about our cancellation of our scheduled Rhythm and Blooms Festival performance. It is never a casual decision for us to cancel a show. We hate to disappoint anyone, least of all our fans, and...

GOOD NEWS GARDEN

Share your good news, local stories, and gardens with us. Submit your story here. We’ll be picking some of our favorite letters to read in the next video updates from the road. ...

Lukas on the cover of Southwest Magazine

"Singer-songwriter Lukas Nelson, son of Willie, is earning his own time in the spotlight. And he couldn’t be more prepared." "This place feels like a shrine to American sound. The building, erected in the 1920s, used to be a Masonic Temple. That’s why there are still...

Ten Years Of Promise Of The Real

This poster was from the first ever run of shows I played with our band Promise Of The Real .. 10 years ago exactly !!!! Opening for Dad at The Fillmore San Francisco .. Tato had already been playing with me for almost 12 years in Hawaii .....

Watching The Wheels

I turned 30 years old on Christmas Day. Thirty is one of those milestone birthdays that makes you take stock of where you’ve been, & where you’re heading. John Lennon was 40 years old when he recorded this incredible song Watching the Wheels. I’ve been...

Lukas Interviewed by The Wall Street Journal

Lukas Interviewed By The Wall Street Journal! "When asked about the potentially destructive power of fame, Lukas Nelson quotes from a refrigerator magnet his mom bought for his band’s tour bus. “Fame is a vapor,” he says. “Only one thing endures and that is character.” The lead...