"All The Girls..." finds Willie reunited with his two greatest loves: beautiful music and talented women. Decades of heartfelt performances and compositions in popular music have long solidified Willie's reputation as one of country's greatest romantics. "To All The Girls..." continues Nelson's musical relationships with some of the most talented women in country, pop and soul. Among the centerpieces of "To All the Girls..." is the emotional duet with Dolly Parton, "From Here To the Moon and Back", a song Parton wrote for the 2012 motion picture "Joyful Noise." Willie also tackles the Bill Withers' classic "Grandma's Hands" with Mavis Staples, duets with Sheryl Crow on the Great American Songbook selection "Far Away Places", and brings a new shade to his self-penned classic "Always On My Mind" with Carrie Underwood. Willie is also joined by familiar contemporaries including Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Norah Jones, Loretta Lynn, and Rosanne Cash. "To All The Girls..." reunites Willie with producer Buddy Cannon, who worked with Willie on his most recent successful releases, "Heroes" and "Let's Face The Music And Dance."