December 9, 2021

Kris Kristofferson by Fans, for Fans

In appreciation of the Silver Tongued Devil

6 thoughts on “Happy 84th Birthday

  1. Wishing Kris a very joyous, Blessed & Peaceful 85th Birthday today. You have been a Happy part of my life for many years. Thankx. Desire you to Live the Best year of your life– This, your 85th year. Peace & Love from a 77 year old– appreciative of you Lady, Patricia

  2. Have the happiest of birthdays, Kris!!
    Your poetic and musical gifts have enriched us all. I hope that you live much longer and very well. The planet needs you!
    While I’ve loved every song you’ve written, (and would prefer hearing you sing them, more than any other recording artist),
    I still think that your most recent albums, (Feeling Mortal and Closer to the Bone) are the BEST of the work you’ve done.

    God bless you and your family…and enjoy your BIRTHDAY!!!!

  3. It was 1974 , Iheard Kris Kristofferson the first time , when I was 16 y.o. ( Help me make it .. , Loving here was easier .. ) I was so impressed . And from there on Kris Kristofferson is my hero till now . Its wonderful , that such a maen livs still on earth. His lyrics telling the trouth in a absolut poetry way. I first saw him life at his concert in Rättvik ( Dalarna , Svedeen , I think his grand-Grandpa
    comes from Älvdalen / Dalarna ) . I would like to hugg him and would say thank you for his strong and good influence on me.
    May he stay healthy and strong for a lonng time. My best wishes to his Bithday , at June 22 . Yours Horst from Germany

  4. 40 years of pure enlightenment to the very took a few years of real thought to realize some of the truth a purity’s to your messages. But I got it. Good health and lol from a fan from the 60s on
    Sorry I missed your concert in Tampa due time virus. It would have been the first for me. Lol

    1. Hello Maggie, thanks for your commment. So sorry you missed Tampa last time, but you never know … Fans share vids and pics and reviews, I know it’s not the same, but sometimes fan posts can bridge the gap.

      60s, huh? Wow. I’ve been a Kris fan since the 70s and can’t imagine a world without him in it. His music just “talks” like nothing and nobody else.

      An interview from 2009, but about the early years was posted recently. If you listen to near the end, it might make you smile even though the subject is a sad one.

      Kris’ fans are a little different- I’ve never met one yet who doesn’t have a …. something about them.

      Lovely to hear from you, here’s the link to that interview in case you want to take a look.

      Best wishes,


      If you want to look at posts about gigs, the link is below. If you see anything just click into the column on the far right. They are all by fans.

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