US singer songwriter Willie Nelson has snapped up a book deal that will allow him to get his autobiography published, reports USA Today. Published by Little, Brown in 2015, the memoir will apparently be and "unvarnished, complete, and tremendous" account of the country star's life.

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Willy Nelson To Publish His Memoir.

The 80 year-old musician is a safe bet for the publishing house: he has already written several books, including his 1988 autobiography Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die: Musings From The Road but it seems that Nelson's personal story needs an update.

The new book promises to be more personal than his other books, sharing untold stories that involve Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard, the publisher has stated. However, Nelson's life is fascinating on its own: the actor and musical performer was born in Texas during the Great Depression.

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The Memoir Will Be An Unpolished Account Of Willie's Long & Interesting Life.

The son of a mechanic father, his mother left when he was young leaving Willie and his sister to be raised by their grandparents. Influenced by artists including Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra and Django Reinhardt, Willie earned money by singing from as young as 13. After stints working for television and radio stations in the fifties, Nelson cut his first record in 1956 and although it was not successful, he persevered with his music career and eventually signed a record deal in 1961.

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Willie Nelson Fans Can Await His Next Book In 2015.

To date, the Country Music Association Honouree has written some of the most popular country songs of all time, such as his hit, 'Crazy.' During his extensive and successful career, Nelson has written more than 2,500 songs and has released close to 300 albums, winning countless Grammys, American Music Awards and Country Music Awards along the way.

Willie Nelson's as-yet untitled autobiography is slated for release in summer 2015.