'I believe in my band': Lukas Nelson talks new album, Neil Young and A Star Is Born

George Garner

Last year, millions of people around the world fell in love with Lukas Nelson. The funny thing is they didn’t necessarily all realise it. Rather, global audiences were being drawn to him as channelled by Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born. This is not an act of gross inference on Music Week’s part.

“There is no Jackson Maine without Lukas Nelson,” stressed Cooper in interviews, explaining the source of the film’s acclaimed character. The Hollywood actor/director not only drew ...

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