Willie Nile is a self-proclaimed soldier with a guitar, a critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter and a bonafide rock ’n roll legend. So it was a thrill when he gave a shout-out onstage last night to Burt Kearns and Jeff Abraham’s new book, The Show Won’t Go On: The Most Shocking, Bizarre, and Historic Deaths of Performers Onstage.
“You're not in it!” someone in the crowd shouted out.
“Not yet, I’m not,” Willie replied. “Wait, the night is young! I could be in it by the end of the night. And there would be worse places to go!"
Coincidentally or not, Willie Nile has recorded a version of Jim Carroll’s People Who Died. It’s a highlight of his high-energy rock 'n' roll set.
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Click here for Willie Nile’s website and his tour schedule.
Wilie Nile is a man who’s lived onstage for decades. Here's hoping his show goes on for a long... long... time!