In 1976, Kris Kristofferson & Barbra Streisand starred in ‘A Star Is Born’ together. In the movie, they sang “Evergreen.”
It’s safe to say that this reunion, and her sly “stay tuned” comment had fans freaking out.
It was a 70s country classic that moved listeners all across the country. Originally written and composed by Kris Kristofferson and later covered by Sammi Smith, the ballad has had tremendous success. Kristofferson admitted that his inspiration for this song came from singer Frank Sinatra. During an interview, Sinatra was asked “what do you believe […] More
The “drunk” story begins at Columbia Records, where Kristofferson is a janitor. He receives a letter from his mother saying she disapproves of him looking up to Johnny Cash…
The country quartet each took turns singing a different verse of the song: first Nelson, second Kristofferson, then Jennings, and Cash to close the song out.
One of the best parts of the outlaw movement of country music was how supportive and close-knit the musicians were. An old-school outlaw country playlist to get you through the rest of the afternoon: https://t.co/cE0QQcoyCb pic.twitter.com/AMvsjx2WWg — Garden & Gun (@gardenandgun) August 16, 2017 This was true was because of a woman by the name of […] More
With Willie leading the charge, everyone on the stage broke out into singing the hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?”
Taking the stage along with Glen Campbell, The Highwaymen delivered one of the most beautiful and impressive performances of their hit song “Highwayman” to an audience full of people dedicated to supporting American farms and farm families. Before Boy Bands Were Cool – There Were The Highwaymen. pic.twitter.com/lKEousWCY5 — RedDirt_Roots (@RedDirt_Roots) July 4, 2018 One […] More
While he is primarily known as a singer and songwriter, Kris Kristofferson has enjoyed a career as an actor as well…
A Rock Song’s Country Roots Most people know “Me and Bobby McGee” as a rock song. That’s understandable, since the most recognizable version was recorded by rock artist Janis Joplin. But country fans know that the song’s roots reside elsewhere. You see, Joplin wasn’t the first artist to record “Me and Bobby McGee,” and she […] More
If this performance does anything, it proves that real country music is not dead – it’s just hard to find. Country singer Jamey Johnson was in attendance at the Merle Haggard and Kris Kristofferson concert at the Ohio State Fair in 2012 when The Hag did something no one expected. He invited Johnson to the stage […] More
In all of music history, few songs have ever been able to match the iconic status obtained by “Me and Bobby McGee.” While most know it as rock legend Janis Joplin’s most recognizable song, “Me and Bobby McGee” actually has country roots. The song that has gone on to be considered a rock classic was […] More