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Willie Nelson Covers Pearl Jam On New Album

Written by Kiel Egging on April 7, 2012

Country legend Willie Nelson has recorded a cover of Pearl Jam‘s 2009 single Just Breathe for his upcoming album Heroes, which is set for release on May 15.

The cover is a duet with his son Lukas – and sees Willie add a bit of harmonica and country twang to put his own style on the track.

You can listen to a stream of the cover at Rollingstone.com.

Willie’s new album will also contain a ollaboration with Snoop Dogg and Kris Kristofferson called Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die, and his cover of Coldplay‘s The Scientist, which he did for US-based Mexican food giant Chipotle.

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