Just ahead of his Friday night concert at the Charter Amphitheater in Simpsonville, Willie Nelson is sharing a track from his upcoming album.  He debuted "The Wall" yesterday in a website video. Willie tells "Rolling Stone" he'd been touring and had grown weary of the road when he wrote "The Wall," and "it turns out it's a pretty good song."  In the song he acknowledges his life and career path, and some of the transgressions he made along the way.  The clip is in the style of a lyric video.  But instead of the song's words, viewers see a Nelson timeline featuring career accomplishments and milestones, starting in 1940 when he wrote his first song.  "The Wall" is one of nine tracks Willie wrote for his new album, "Band of Brothers," which will be released on June 17th.  MASH RIGHT HERE to watch it, and please join me tomorrow morning to win free tickets to the show!