Why See Kris Kristofferson?
Songwriter, Singer & Actor On tour Again
Kris Kristofferson has been a fixture of America's cultural landscape since the early 1970s. After leaving the army, Texas-born Kristofferson moved to Nashville to pursue his love of music in 1965, and soon became a prodigious songwriter, penning iconic tunes for the likes of Johnny Cash, Dave Dudley, and most notably, 'Me and Bobby McGee', which was a number one hit for Janis Joplin. From there his star as a recording artist in his own right was on the rise, as was his career in the movies, appearing in a string of classic flicks like Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore and A Star is Born.
A songwriter of rare perception and humanity, Kristofferson remains as vital a stage presence as ever, with one of music's great back catalogues to call upon. Catch him when he plays in , ,
Performance date: 18 April 2019
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While his voice was weak, his presence was strong and his memory amazing.... more
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