This original work of art by Artist, Don Hodson, in conjunction with George Jones and Remington, will be produced in a limited edition geclee print of only 850 signed and numbered geclee’s and 150 signed and numbered hand embellished artist proof geclee’s. These geclee’s are produced on acid-free 330g somerset paper with 100 year’s archival inks. A work of art is not complete without the proper glazing. For ‘Two Legends’ we started by choosing Silverwood, a premiere designer in the framing industry. Together, with the Artist, they designed a presentation of a suede matte with an antique gold frame highlighted by rope compo and a black edge. Each piece is complete with glass, not only to protect the geclee, but George Jones’ original autograph as well. That’s right, each geclee will be individually autographed by George Jones and signed and numbered by the artist.
George performed at Fan Fair on Thursday, June 13th, during the RCA Label Group Show at the Adelphia Coliseum. The Possum kicked off the Adelphia concerts this year to a crowded house of rowdy Country Music Fans!
George Jones joined Lane Brody to co-host a June 11th (2002) concert to honor Ft. Campbell, KY’s deployed soldiers during their Week of the Eagles celebration.
The Operation Enduring Freedom Concert also featured Travis Tritt, The Smiths, Ricky Skaggs, Collin Raye, LeeRoy Parnell, Allison Krauss, Barbara Fairchild, Brad Martin, The Whites and Colte Bradley.
Nashville (4/19/02)—Country living legend, GEORGE JONES, slipped yesterday and broke his right foot. The singer had stopped in for a bite of lunch at a fast food establishment where he lost his footing and twisted his ankle. He didn’t initially realize he broke his foot until he was home a few hours and decided to get it checked because of pain and swelling. Doctors determined he had broken it and informed him he would have to stay off his feet for a few days and then wear a foam boot brace for the next six weeks. Consequently, Jones will have to cancel his concert performances scheduled for tonight (4/19) in Tyler, Texas at the Oil Palace and tomorrow (4/20) at the Civic Center in Muskogee, OK. Those performances have already been rescheduled for Saturday, May 4 in Tyler, Texas and Sunday, May 12 in Muskogee, OK. Ticket holders for those shows should hold onto them and they will be honored for the newly scheduled dates.