Kris Kristofferson

Sunday 6 P.M. DON'T MISS Kris Kristofferson. (left) Movie stardom overtook his music career in the '70s, but the onetime Rhodes Scholar still knows his way around a guitar and a lyric. He has a knack for peering into the hidden corners of the heart. (Palomino Stage, 5:55-6:45) The Flatlanders. The pre-solo fame band from West Texas started in the '70s by Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock has been resurrected three decades later to great success. But, then, with those three names in a sentence, our work is done. (Appaloosa Stage, 6:25-7:15) CATCH IT IF YOU CAN Garrison Keillor. This proud Minnesotan (whose "A Prairie Home Companion" made it to the big screen last year) is at his best in front of a live audience, playing raconteur and fitful folk-country singer.(Mustang Stage, 6:20-7:20) ALSO Sugarland. Once a trio, now a duo centered around the idiosyncratic vocals of Jennifer Nettles, Sugarland plays up Nettles' tough-as-nails attitude — sometimes at the expense of a multidimensional sound. (Mane Stage, 6:35-7:35)
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