WILLIE NELSON CONCERT POSTER SITE
It should come as little surprise that some of the greatest legends of country and western music have called Texas home. Willie Nelson was born on April 30, 1933. After a ten-year stint in Nashville, he returned to the Lone Star State in 1971 and became a fixture in Austin where he spearheaded the country "outlaw" or "cosmic cowboy" movement. The posters below represent a sampling of Willie Nelsons concert posters from Texas during the 1970s. Enjoy!!!
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The First Willie Nelson Fourth of July Picnic Poster
The Second Willie Nelson Fourth of July Picnic Poster
The Third Willie Nelson Fourth of July Picnic Poster
The Bicentennial Willie Nelson Fourth of July Picnic Poster
1976 (I went to this one down in Gonzales, TX)
This could be Willie's first performance at
The Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin
An early show with Michael Murphy in Abilene, TX
With the late, great Doug Sahm!
Previewing his new album, "Phases and Stages," in 1973.
Another early show at the Armadillo
At the Ritz Theater in Downtown Austin
Colorful and early poster from the Austin Opera House
Another Austin Opera House Poster
A Bicentennial Festival Show Out at the Steiner Ranch (now
a swanky Austin subdivision) with Waylon Jennings and David Alan Coe
A rare benefit poster for Raymond Frank, candidate for Travis Country Sheriff,
at the Villa Capri Motel in 1976.
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