VOTE For George! It was a decade that saw the emergence of a new breed of country mega-stars like Garth Brooks, Shania Twain Trisha Yearwood, and so many more. Meanwhile George let the people know “I Don’t Neeed Your Rockin’ Chair.” It also produced songs and videos that are now country classics! So take a trip back in time and vote daily to help us select the Top 50 videos of the 90’s! Vote Daily!
Tune in to see the results of your voting when GAC airs the Top 50 Videos of the 90’s on August 15th at 8/7c. more!
Many call him the greatest living country singer on the planet. But he won’t agree to that.
George Jones is a living legend, however - that, he’ll cop to. In his storied and expansive career, he’s had more than 150 Billboard hits, both as a solo artist and with an array of other musicians.
He recently took time to answer questions via email in advance of the two Oklahoma tour dates he has coming up. There is one thing he especially wants you to know: He wants y’all there.
1. Will you give us a “short list” of what will be on your set list at your Oklahoma shows?
The Country Music Hall of Fame was enriched Sunday night (May 22) by the addition of two native Oklahoma trailblazers and a Florida-born songwriter who’s equally adept at triggering tears or chuckles with his lyrics.
Reba McEntire, Jean Shepard and Bobby Braddock were accorded country music’s highest honor (and awarded medallions to mark the occasion) in ceremonies held at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Ford Theater in Nashville.
Sweetening the event considerably were musical performances by Shepard, Braddock, Vince Gill, Garth Brooks, George Jones, Bill Anderson, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Tracy Lawrence, Billy Currington, Ranger Doug Green, Elizabeth Cook, Susie McEntire, Kelly Clarkson and the McCrary Sisters. more!