Lukas Nelson makes 'shop local' pitch at NFM


Lukas Nelson, son of music icon Willie Nelson, stopped by the Nashville Farmers’ Market last week on his way to a sold-out performance at Ryman Auditorium — and a day after opening for The Who at Bridgestone Arena.

“This is where everybody should first think about going and getting their food,” Nelson told Nashville’s Channel 5 regarding the Market. “These prices are competitive with the major corporate farms and they’re better for you, so you’ll end up saving more money in medical bills in the years to come.”

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David Gonnerman