She danced in her car seat the entire time.
George Jones always held a deep fondness in his heart for gospel music. Whenever he had the opportunity to record a gospel album, he jumped at the chance. Jone’s connection to gospel music goes way back to his childhood. He first learned how to play the guitar in church by performing gospel songs. After achieving country superstardom years […] More
He delivered this performance in 2016, three years after George passed…
From Johnny Cash and June Carter to Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the genre of country music has given birth to some of the most iconic couples. However, debatably one of biggest and most explosive couples to ever come about was that of Tammy Wynette and George Jones. While their marriage was dissolved after five years, the union between the two icons gave country music some of the most […] More
A talented young man from Ireland by the name of Keelan payed a stunning tribute to one of the finest vocalists to ever grace the genre of country music, delivering a striking rendition of George Jones’ “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes.” Donning a country-esque flannel while armed with his acoustic guitar, the young vocalist showed […] More
Jones speaks highly of the massive television adorning the front of the bus, squarely placed in front of a comfy recliner that he says he spends most of his time in.
Scotty McCreery wowed the nation with his cover of country legend George Strait‘s hit single “Check Yes or No.” The country heart-throb belted out Strait’s classic back in 2011 for his final performance of the tenth season of American Idol which inevitably won him the title. Scotty took the stage with his guitar and a pocketful of country boy charm making girls across the nation swoon […] More
Honoring one of the finest vocalists the world has ever seen, Alan Jackson struggled to fight back tears while singing “He Stopped Loving Her Today” at George Jones’ funeral. “The Possum,” age 81, passed away April 26, 2013, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after being hospitalized for a high fever and irregular blood pressure. Shortly following the death of […] More
When it comes to entertaining, George Jones had the art perfected. Even today, people continue to reference Jones as one of the best entertainers to ever grace country music. Jones’ entertainment skills were placed on full display every time he sang his 1964 hit “The Race Is On.” Although it is now considered one of […] More
Although Billy Yates was the first artist to record the song “Choices,” it was George Jones who made it famous. Jones released his rendition of the song in May 1999. Fans kept calling their local radio stations to request the song, and as a result it claimed the 30th spot on the Billboard country chart. […] More
Country music legend George Jones had his audience reeling with emotion during a phenomenal performance of one of country music’s saddest songs. Taking the stage to sing his ballad “A Picture Of Me Without You,” Jones was graced with a standing ovation deemed fit for a king. The audience was brimming with excitement as they erupted into cheers while Jones […] More
The song was released as the lead single off of Jones’ album “Still the Same Ole Me…”