The life story of one of country music's most celebrated singers is going to be told in a feature film. George Jones and his wife Nancy were working with a screenwriter in the years leading up to the legend's death. The biopic has the singer's blessing, and now has a production company to produce it.
Hi I’m Jack Miller, and today’s mid-Missouri Memory is about a very special birthday. On Tuesday, October the 7th, I will reach another milestone in my life. Like all of my birthdays I like to tie it to something more important than myself
This week, I will be going back in time. Literally. I was walking through the grocery store and thought it would be fun to have some food that I had when I was younger that I haven't had in a long time
Whether or not you agree that George Jones' 1980 hit 'He Stopped Loving Her Today' is the greatest country song of all time, we can all probably agree on one thing: The song is Jones' most famous hit. And there's a reason why the mournful ballad is so heart-wrenching -- it was recorded at one of the Possum's lowest points.
It was the wildest show behind bars, and George Strait was in the thick of it for one year in the early '80s. He wasn't the only one. Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Tom T. Hall … they all did time behind the walls of the Huntsville Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
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