WILLIE NELSON is a music legend and national treasure witha six-decade career and over 200 albums. This iconic Texan is the creative genius behind the historicrecordings of Red Headed Stranger, Crazy,and Stardust. Willie has earned countlessawards and accolades as a musician, in addition to being a celebrated author, actor, and activist. He continues tothrive as a musical and cultural force, writing, singing, and playing with the wit and wisdom that comes from a life on the road. Learn more about his work on willienelson.com and follow him on Instagram at @willlienelsonofficial and on Twitter and Facebook at @willienelson. BOBBIE NELSON has played piano alongside her brother, Willie Nelson, for more than 50 years. She started in Abbott, Texas, as a young musician and reconnected musically with Willie in 1973 to record his album TheTroublemaker. She has been a member of his Family Band ever since. In 2007, at age 76, Bobbie released her solo debut, Audiobiography, and in 2014, the brother-sister duo put out December Day, inspired by their many years playing and recording together. She is an inductee in the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, and the state of Texas declared February 23 as "Bobbie Nelson Day." CHRIS BARTON (co-writer) is the author of a number of acclaimed picture books, including Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson's Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions, a Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee and a Junior Library Guild selection. He lives in Austin, Texas. Learn more about his work at chrisbarton.info and follow him on Twitter at @Bartography. KYUNG EUN HAN lives in Anyung, Korea, and is the illustrator of the picture book biography Hard Work, But It's Worth It- The Life of Jimmy Carter. See more of her work on Instagram at @kyung_illust.
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