This live audience episode features all three artists/songwriters in a collaborative, theater-in-the-round setting performing their top songs. The show is filled with hit music, interviews and on-stage conversation sure to delight every fan.
Kris Kristofferson recorded his hits "Help Me Make it Through the Night," "Me and Bobby McGee," "Mornin' Comin' Down" and "Why Me?" He also comprised one-fourth of the country-music supergroup The Highwaymen, along with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. He has acted in more than 75 films and earned an Academy Award nomination for “Best Original Song Score” for the film Songwriter.
Patty Griffin is an American singer-songwriter, musician and Grammy nominee most recently honored with “Artist of the Year” and “Album of the Year” awards from the Americana Music Association. Her songs have been recorded by Linda Ronstadt, the Dixie Chicks, Bette Midler, Emmylou Harris, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert and Kelly Clarkson.
Randy Owen served as the lead singer for the group Alabama, the Country Music Hall of Fame inductee that amassed 21 gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums and 42 number-one singles, and sold more than 73 million records. Their more than 150 industry awards/accolades include: eight country-music Entertainment of the Year honors, two Grammys and the Academy of Country Music's Artists of the Decade.