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Willie Nelson was born in Abbott, Texas on April 29, 1933, [2] during the Great Depression , to Myrle Marie (née Greenhaw) and Ira Doyle Nelson. [3] He was born on April 29, but his birth was recorded by doctor F. D. Sims on April 30. [2] He was named Willie by his cousin Mildred, who also chose Hugh as his middle name, in honor of her recently deceased younger brother. [2] His parents moved from Arkansas in 1929, to look for work. Nelson's grandfather, William, worked as a blacksmith, while his father worked as a mechanic. [4]

Willie Hugh Nelson (born April 30, 1933) is an American country singer, author, poet , actor and activist, originally from Abbott, Texas. He reached his greatest fame during the outlaw country movement of the 19 70s , but remains iconic, especially in American popular culture.


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