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Tribute to Kris Kristofferson out in June

Wednesday, January 25, 2006 – A tribute to Kris Kristofferson, "The Pilgrim: A Celebration of Kris Kristofferson" will be out in June, featuring the likes of Willie Nelson, Rosanne Cash and Shooter Jennings.

The 18-song disc will be out June 27 on American Roots Publishing, the label of Tamara Saviano, a Grammy Aware-winning Nashville publicist.

Harris will sing "The Pilgrim" with Jon Randall and Sam Bush. Actor Russell Crowe will sing "Darby's Castle." Nelson does "The Legend." Jennings will sing "The Silver Tongued Devil & I." Rodney Crowell performs "Come Sundown," while R&B singer Brian McKnight turns in a version of "Me & Bobby McGee." Jessi Colter sings "The Captive," and Cash sings "Loving Him Was Easier."


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CD review - The Cedar Creek Sessions Picture Kris Kristofferson in your mind, and he's likely not a young man. There's probably a salt-and-pepper beard and a wizened look on a lined face that's seen its share of tavern punches. But it's hard to wrap one's head around the concept of the actor/songwriter today at 80. Slowing down has never been in the Texas troubadour's blood, though. And so we come to this 2016 double-album recording of a frantic, mostly-live recording session in Austin from 20214. ...
CD review - Feeling Mortal Even in his youngest days when he was starting out, Kris Kristofferson always managed to sound older than his age. His gruff vocals and his tattered tales, told from the perspective of world-weary souls travelling desolate roads in search of redemption, made songs such as The Pilgrim, Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down, Help Me Make It Through The Night and, yes, Me and Bobby McGee testament to those all the worse for the wear. It's not surprising then, at the ripe old age of 76, ...
CD review - Closer To The Bone There's a certain something in "Closer to the Bone" that just might make your eyes well up or put a knot in your stomach. It is in the subtlety beautiful guitar work of the late Stephen Bruton, the longtime Kristofferson band member to whom the album is dedicated. And it's also, of course, in the sad, reflective words the celebrated songwriter has penned, but it's the 73-year-old's unmistakable voice, which has aged well and become old-country-singer-enhanced through ...


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