Willie Nelson Says Martial Arts Is The Key To His Long Career

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This July, Willie Nelson released his 70th studio album, "The First Rose Of Spring." When Access Hollywood's Sibley Scoles asked the country legend how he's kept his voice so "crisp and beautiful," he credited his taekwondo to helping with his vocal longevity. "Some days are better than others, but I feel a lot of martial arts over the years has been a big help to me … I still do it every day, a little of this, a little of that. It keeps me going," he said. Willie also reflected on his CMA Awards afterparty experience and revealed how he came up with "On The Road Again."

Available until 10/08/20
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