AUSTIN (Nexstar) — “It’s very unnerving.”
That’s how Willie Nelson described being unable to play concerts at a virtual panel earlier Thursday afternoon.
However, he also went on to say, “The last thing I would wanna do is have a concert and have a lot of people come out and get sick. I don’t want that to happen. And however long it takes to get back to normal… we’ll wait.”
Willie was of course, referring to himself and his wife, Annie, who was also present at the virtual panel held as a part of this year’s Texas Tribune Festival.
Andy Langer of Texas Monthly hosted the panel titled “Funny How Time Slips Away” and spoke with the couple about a range of topics, including cannabis policy reform, sustainable farming and politics.
Annie, the founder and manager of “Annie’s Edibles” and “Willie’s Remedy,” which is as a part of the couple’s line of cannabis products, said cannabis legalization in Texas is just ‘common…