Willie Nelson's Braids Sell for $37,000 at Auction

Willie Nelson performs at the iTunes Festival at SXSW on March 15, 2014

iTunes Festival at SXSW

Willie Nelson's signature braids sold for $37,000 at an auction in Phoenix on Sunday, included in the roughly 2,000 items sold off that belonged to the late outlaw country singer Waylon Jennings

Waylon Jennings' Items Up For Auction In Phoenix

Other items up for auction included Buddy Holly's motorcycle and the contract between Jennings, Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson when they agreed to form their super group the Highwaymen. Guernsey’s auction house has not released final amounts for those and other items yet, The Dallas Morning News reports. 

First Look: 3 of Waylon Jennings' Treasures Up for Auction

Nelson famously cut off his braids in 1983 to support Jennings in his sobriety, and presented them to his friend that year at a party thrown by Cash.