New series 1/4. Country-rock singer/songwriter Steve Earle presents a profile of prolific
Oxford-educated country singer, songwriter and actor
Kris Kristofferson , who remains best known for cover versions of his songs, including Ray Price's For the Good Times (1970), Sammi Smith 's Help Me Make It through the Night (1971) and Janis Joplin 's Me and Bobby McGee (1971). Kristofferson's frank material altered the Nashville landscape, as discussed by Tony Hatch , musician Billy Swan and producer Jerrry Kennedy. Plus archive input from Johnny Cash. Producer Helen Chetwynd
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