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Willie Nelson and Micah NelsonMicah Nelson was two months from turning three years old when his dad released Across the Borderline in March 1993. Even hard-core fans may not remember that Willie was at a crossroads back then. It had been almost four years since he’d had a number one country single, and his label, Columbia Records, was talking about reclassifying him as a “legacy act.” Across the Borderline changed that, and, in a very real way, its closing track—the high-octane, Trigger-heavy anthem “Still Is Still Moving to Me”—powered the living legend phase of Willie’s career that he’s been riding ever since. Subscribe Apple Podcasts — Google Podcasts — Spotify — Stitcher On this special Father’s Day episode, Micah, now a visual artist and leader of his own band,…

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