From Here to Forever

Album: Closer To The Bone (2009)
  • This is a track from American singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson's 20th studio album, Closer to the Bone.
  • Closer to the Bone marks some of the final recordings of Kristofferson's friend Stephen Bruton, who passed away in May 2009. Bruton played guitar and co-wrote this track and the album is dedicated to the late guitarist. Kristofferson told Billboard magazine: "I can't think of Stephen without heartbreak. We were soul brothers. I'm just grateful that he was able to play on this."

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