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The Life and Songs Of Kris Kristofferson Tonight at Bridgestone

Tonight we pay tribute to one of the most interesting men to ever crank his way through Country music, Kris Kristofferson. There aren’t a whole lot of people who can boast the accomplishments of this living legend; this guy has done it all, from boxing to film, military service to music, and so much more. Where else can you find an All-American athlete with a golden globe who can fly a helicopter?

This Country hitmaker spent his early days boxing, playing rugby, and writing songs at different colleges. After his education was complete, He went into the U.S. Army, where he earned the rank of Captain and became a helicopter pilot. After leaving the Army in 1965, he started crankin’ out big Country hits in Nashville, such as “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down” and “Me And Bobby McGee.” He also managed crank out a Golden Globe award for best actor in the film “A Star Is Born,” as well as an oscar nomination for the film “Songwriter.”

This concert is going to be off the wall, with guest performances by Hank Williams Jr., Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, and a whole lot more! There are still tickets, go pick some up HERE.

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