Country music singer-songwriter Chris Christopherson has officially retired.
The 84-year-old musician quietly retired in 2020 from a decades-long music career.
The music row’s joint release mentions Christopherson’s official departure, stating: “The legendary singer and actor officially retired in 2020, leaving his son John Christophers to run the family business Gave. ”
The release states that Morris Higham Management has been asked to represent his estate, while the artist’s son, John Christopherson, now oversees the family business.
Chris Christopherson performed at the Fergo Bar
John Christopherson said in a statement: “It has been amazing to find history with our father’s category and this experienced group of professionals.” “The name has also been synonymous with songwriting as an art, and we’re excited to reproduce her work with new and old fans. We have a lot of interesting projects in our works and I want to bring them out into the world.” Looking forward to it. ”
MHM President Morris Higham also reacted to the news on Wednesday, calling the songwriter of “Me and Bobby McGee” an “artist” who strives to be an artist.
A Christopher’s spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.
In addition to writing and performing accomplishments, Christopherson regained his status as a sex icon in the 1970s, and in 1971, he began a side career as an actor. In 1977, he won a Golden Globe Award for his role in “A Star Is Born”.
He also starred in the films “Semi-Strict,” “Songwriter,” “Pete Garrett and the Cat the Kid,” “The Lone Star,” “Blade,” and “Sailors who have fallen by the sea with grace.” What
In 1985, the country’s star formed the group The Highwayman with Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Whelan Jennings.
Christopherson’s official website notes that he traveled “continuously” until he died of the corona virus epidemic in 2020.
Christopher told Fox News in 2013 that he had benefited from his career in both music and film. Then the 77-year-old country artist said his career felt “extremely unrealistic”.
He also talked about his struggle with memory loss.
He lamented, “I wish my memory was not so bad. They keep me informed of all the football and boxing related to it and the compromises I get. A few years ago, my memories were gone.” started.” “But I can remember my songs so I can perform, but other than that …”
Despite his ill health, he declared at the time, “Music is who I am.”