Willie Nelson grooved Jimmy Kimmel Live! with a country-infused rendition of the Frank Sinatra basic “Fly Me To The Moon” and the unique “Vote ‘Em Out” as a part of the Mercedes-Benz Concert Series on Tuesday night time (Oct. 30).
The 85-year-old nation singer stood on a stage surrounded by followers that featured a starry blue backdrop, opening with a twangy rendition of the 1964 basic related to 'Ol Blue Eyes.
“Fly me to the moon/ Let me play among the many stars/ Let me see what spring is like/ On Jupiter and Mars,” sang Nelson, accompanied by a bluesy harmonica. The heat, breezy music got here to an finish with the piano, guitar and bass becoming a member of collectively on an uplifting notice.
Nelson subsequent performed his 2018 monitor “Vote ‘Em Out,” a soulful, politically charged jam about selecting the nation’s leaders. Standing in opposition to an American flag backdrop, Nelson eased into the relaxed, piano-driven music, singing "If you don't like who's in there, vote 'em out... That's what Election Day is all about/ The greatest gun we've obtained/ Is known as 'the poll field'/ So when you don't like who's in there, vote 'em out.”
Watch Nelson’s Jimmy Kimmel efficiency under.