Hello Walls . Mr. Record Man (1969) . Bloody Mary Morning (Austin City Limits, 1974) . If You’ve Got The Money Honey (1977) . Live Medley (w/ Bee Gees, Glen Campbell, 1979) . Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain (Midnight Special 1980) . Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Austin City Limits, 1981) . You Were Always On My Mind (1982) . Stardust (HBO Special, 1983) . On the Road Again (Farm Aid, 1985) . Whiskey River (Farm Aid, 1986) . Island In The Sea (1987) . I Never Cared For You (1988) . There You Are . City of New Orleans (w/ The Highwaymen) . Acapulco (1991) . Graceland (w/ Paul Simon, Farm Aid, 1992) . Hard Times (w/ Bob Dylan, 1993) . All Along the Watchtower (w/ Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Farm Aid, 1994) . Good Hearted Woman (Farm Aid, 1995) . She Is Gone . Funny How Time Slips Away (1997) . Jackson (w/ Sheryl Crow, 1999) . Pancho & Lefty (w/ Emmylou Harris, 2000) . Ring Of Fire (w/ Johnny Cash, 2001) . Maria [Shut Up And Kiss Me] . Beer For My Horses (Farm Aid, 2003) . Texas Flood (w/ Lukas Nelson, Farm Aid, 2004) . The Harder They Come . Los Lonely Boys (w/ Outlaws, Farm Aid, 2006) .
On The Road Again . Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain . Always on My Mind . Crazy . Georgia on My Mind . Blue Skies . Whiskey River . City of New Orleans . Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground . My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys .
 in preparation of this week-end Superbowl, CBS airs a special Viva Miami: The Night of Super Sounds with so many famous guests Herb Alpert, Maria Conchita Alonso, Willy Chirino, Paquito D’Rivera, Little Joe and La Familia, Mongo Santamaria, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Carlos Santana, Cheech Marin. >> 49 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Paul Simon, Buckwheat Zydeco, Edie Brickell, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss, Neil Young, Rosanne Cash, Cyndi Lauper, Raul Malo, Leon Bridges will join forces at the Gershwin Prize Award honoring Willie Nelson at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. >> 46 MINUTES on RVM >>
@allmusic : a vital icon in country music, having greatly influenced the new country, new traditionalist, and alternative country movements of the ’80s and ’90s
@last.fm : Waylon Jennings was also achieving success in country music in the early 1970s, and the pair were soon combined into a genre called outlaw country (outlaw because it did not conform to Nashville standards).