Garth Brooks and George Jones will kick off the premiere episode of the new Crook and Chase Show, debuting on the RFD-TV Network Jan. 17th at 9 p.m. eastern. Georgette Jones, daughter of Jones and Tammy Wynette, will also entertain the audience with a special performance.
The weekly one-hour show will be produced by Jim Owens Entertainment and taped in front of a studio audience at Nashville’s Opry House in Studio A. The show will premiere Thursday evenings at 9 p.m. eastern and repeat Fridays at 11 a.m. eastern and again Saturday nights at 7 eastern.
Join George on December 15th, when he performs LIVE at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville TN. His performance will be held at the original home of the Opry…The Ryman Auditorium. You can catch the performance LIVE on Great American Country (GAC) at 8 p.m. ET. Check local listings for cable channel information. GAC is also carried on DirecTV (Channel 326) and Dish Network (Channel 167). Log on to GACTV.com for additional show dates and times.
Country music star George Jones performs with the Nashville A Team at the first annual Musicians Hall of Fame Awards Show at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center Monday, Nov. 26, 2007, in Nashville, Tenn. The Nashville A Team was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame during the show. (AP Photo/Jeff Adkins)
Legendary singer George Jones’ career thrives because of memorable hits that inspire, delight and make fans crya Tonkyn
George Jones, one of the last of country music’s great classic stars, will perform in Rapid City Tuesday, Oct. 23.
What is it about “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” recorded by country legend George Jones in 1980 and voted the greatest country song of all time in a nationwide poll of country music radio listeners?
By BILL REED
September 28, 2007 - 5:57AM
You know that old joke about playing a country song backward and getting back your wife, your dog and your truck?
That joke suits no artist better than George Jones, 76. “The Possum” sings drinkin’ and cheatin’ songs can rip out your heart and stomp on it with a cowboy boot — in no small part because his life mirrors his lyrics. more!