Country icon Willie Nelson will drop a Kenny Chesney-produced album in January called 'Moments of Forever'.
At 74, Willie Nelson still got more to offer for his fans. The country singer will release a new album called 'Moment of Forever' that was recorded in Nashville on January 29 via Lost Highway Records.
The record will be one which Kenny Chesney co-produced along with Nelson's long-time producer, Buddy Cannon. Chesney also co-wrote one of the songs titled 'I'm Alive' and did a duet with Nelson on the track 'Worry B. Gone'.
The first single lifted from the album would be the title track which was written by Kris Kristofferson. There are also cover songs that include Bob Dylan's 'Gotta Serve Somebody', Dave Matthews' 'Gravedigger' and Randy Newman's 'Loiusiana' as well as a new material that he penned with his sons Micah and Lukas called 'Over You Again'.
Nelson will support this album in a tour that kicks off January 3 in New Orleans and finishes March 20 in Cherokee.