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My 33 Years Inside the House of Cash "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die" Book by Willie Nelson
This is a great 87 page book full of great photographs of Johnny and June Cash as well as other member of the Cash and Carter families. It also contains candid photos of many of the Cash's friends who just happen to be country music stars. It is written by Peggy Knight who served as confidante, cook, companion, and caretaker; in the process, Maybelle, June Carter Cash, and Johnny Cash became her closest friends. It is a very personal book containing snapshots from Peggy's life with the Cash and Carter families.




This is a great new book by Willie Nelson. The book chronicles his life on the road, or as he calls it, his "musings from the road". The book has a forward written by his good friend, Kinky Friedman along with illustrations by his son, Micah Nelson. The book is at once a road journal written in Willie's homespun voice and is a fitting tribute to America's greatest traveling band. It is a deeply personal look into the heart and soul of a unique man and one of the greatest artists of our time, a songwriter and performer whose legacy will endure for generations to come. The Judd's is a stunning tell-all biography of Naomi, Wynonna and Ashley. This book is 268 pages long and written by George Mair.
My 33 Years Inside the House of Cash Willie Nelson Autobiography with Bud Shrake
This hard cover book is an intimate reflection of 50 years of music as seen through the lens of the famous photographer, Les Leverett. Les Leverett is a good friend of ours and he was the official photographer of the Grand Ole Opry for over 32 years. This book brings together more than 80 of Les's most memorable photographs. This is a great 237 page book about Johnny and June Cash as well as other member of the Cash and Carter families. It is written by Peggy Knight who served as confidante, cook, comp[anion, and caretaker; in the process, Maybelle, June Carter Cash, and Johnny Cash became her closest friends.

The book is full of great stories along with lots of personal photographs.
This is a great autobiography of Willie Nelson. The book chronicles his early childhood of picking cotton during the depression; his musical training by his grandfather who raised him; his stormy marriages;his impoverished early days as a songwriter to his rise to super stardom. Written along with Bud Shrake the book contains a total of 334 pages.
New Willie Nelson autobiography titled "It's a long Story".
This is a great new autobiography of Willie Nelson. As Willie says himself, "this is the story of my life, told as clear as a Texas sky and in the same rhythm that I liked it". This is a definite "must read" if you really want to know about the real Willie Nelson.

Written along with David Ritz the book contains a total of 392 pages.