Emmylou Harris And Kris Kristofferson Duet on 'The Pilgrim, Chapter 33'

10-21-2017
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Kris Kristofferson

(Radio.com) Country music legends Emmylou Harris and Kris Kristofferson have teamed up for a new version of his 1971 song, "The Pilgrim, Chapter 33." The duet was captured at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville earlier this year (March 16) during a special tribute to Kristofferson's music.

The special duet performance is part of the live concert film, The Life & Songs of Kris Kristofferson: All Star Concert Celebration, which is set to debut on October 27th.

The star-studded event featured appearances from Willie Nelson, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Alison Krauss, Martina McBride, Reba McIntire, Jennifer Nettles and more. They were backed by an all-star band led by Don Was. Watch the clip here.

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