***Please read our story posted May 19, 2014 explaining the Nikki Mitchell Foundation their fight to prevent and detect Pancreatic Cancer and then enjoy our photographs of this great benefit concert.
On Tuesday, May 20, 2014, country stars Jamey Johnson, Jessi Colter, and Shooter Jennings headlined the first annual Full Moon Full Life concert in Austin, Texas. The concert, held at The Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater, was a benefit for the Nikki Mitchell foundation, which is working to aid in the prevention, detection, and cure of pancreatic cancer. The theme of the event was "A Night Of Influence: A Celebration of Waylon Jennings and Hank Cochran. The evening started with a live auction featuring several special items including a guitar autographed by "the red-headed stranger," Mr. Willie Nelson and another autographed by all of the musicians participating in the concert. Joining Johnson, Colter and Jennings were some of their Texas friends, Ray Benson, Lukas Nelson, Paula Nelson, Cody Canada, Waylon Payne and more.
|A live auction started off the evening. Here the auctioneer offers up a special acoustic guitar|
signed by Willie Nelson.
|The very luck owners of a guitar signed by the legendary Willie Nelson|
|Cody Canada entertains the crowd at the Full Moon Full Life benefit concert|
|Jamey Johnson, an honorary board member of the Nikki Mitchell Foundation,|
entertains the audience
|Shooter Jennings, son of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, performs |
during the Full Moon Full Life concert in Austin, Texas
|Ms. Paula Nelson, daughter of Willie Nelson, lends her voice to the benefit.|
|Actor and musician, Waylon Payne performs during the Full Moon Full Life|
benefit at The Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater
|Ms. Jessi Colter, wife of the late Waylon Jennings and honorary board member |
of the Nikki Mitchell Foundation, entertains the audience
|Lukas Nelson, Son of Willie Nelson, adds his talents to the evening|
|Shooter Jennings, Lukas Nelson, Jamey Johnson, and Ray Benson combine their talents for a very special performance during the Full Moon Full Life concert benefiting the Nikki Mitchell Foundation.|