November 15 2012
603 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78703
Tickets are required to join the signing line and meet Willie Nelson at this event. There will be a limited number of tickets available for this event.
*This event is a SIGNING ONLY.
*Tickets are required to join the signing line and receive a signed copy of Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die. Tickets cost $22.99 plus tax (the cost of one book) and are only available in-store at BookPeople. Tickets are not available online or over the phone.
*One ticket admits ONE person to the signing line and is good for ONE signed copy of Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die.
*Ticketed customers will receive their signed copy of the book at the signing table the day of the event.
*Books will be personalized.
*No memorabilia will be signed at this event.
*Posed photos will not be allowed at the signing table.
Because there are a limited number of tickets available, there is a limit of 5 tickets per person.
All ticket holders will have a spot in line. The store will open at 9am on November 15. The line will form outside the bookstore’s front door. Spots are first come, first serve throughout the day for those who have purchased tickets. Only ticket holders will be allowed in line.
From The Publisher
You won’t see no sad and teary eyes
When I get my wings, and it’s my time to fly
Just call my friends and tell them
There’s a party, come on by
So just roll me up and smoke me when I die
In Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die, Willie Nelson muses about his greatest influences and the things that are most important to him, and celebrates the family, friends, and colleagues who have blessed his remarkable journey. Willie riffs on everything: music, wives, Texas, politics, horses, religion, marijuana, children, the environment, poker, hogs, Nashville, karma, and more. He shares the outlaw wisdom he has acquired over eight decades, along with favorite jokes and insights from friends and others close to him. Rare family pictures, beautiful artwork created by his son Micah Nelson, and lyrics to classic songs punctuate these charming and poignant memories. Willie Nelson has touched millions, and none more deeply than his family, friends, and bandmates, several of whom share, for the first time, intimate stories about the Red Headed Stranger.
From teaching a granddaughter to play the guitar to touring with the Highwaymen, from picking cotton while growing up in Texas to being home with the tribe on Maui, Willie takes you on the tour bus and, through candid observations and vivid recollections, gives you a front-row seat to his remarkable world. But beware: “You know you shouldn’t be reading this BS, it could ruin you for all time to come,” he says. “You could end up a social outcast like me, an outlaw!”
At once a road journal written in his inimitable, homespun voice and a fitting tribute to America’s greatest traveling bard, Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die—introduced by Kinky Friedman, another favorite son of Texas—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.
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