‘Stardust’ is the twenty-second studio album by Willie Nelson and it spans the genres of pop, jazz, and country. This is an album of covers of traditional pop songs, but the primary impression it leaves is neither country nor traditional pop. Instead, the key is the tasteful production by Booker T. Jones, swinging but understated percussion, warm bass, and bluesy keyboards. Willie’s weary outlaw vocals and sublime guitar picking fit it like a glove. ‘Stardust’ was on the Billboard Country charts for over ten years, was certified quintuple platinum, won a Grammy Award and the album was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame. It’s an album that still grows stronger with each passing year.