GEORGE PERFORMS ON CMT MOST WANTED LIVE AND GRAND OLE OPRY

03/02/02

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George took to the Opry stage on March 2, 2002 to premiere his new song “50,000 Names” to a full house. Before hand, he made his way to the set of CMT Most Wanted Live to show off the new video as well. This was the highest attended Most Wanted Live audience since the show began. Check out the slide show to see all the fun that took place!

GEORGE DEBUTS HIS NEW VIDEO

02/25/02

Check out George’s New Video of “50,000 Names". This Vietnam Wall Memorial tribute song is being hailed as a new Jones classic along the lines of “He Stopped Loving Her Today” and “The Grand Tour” by reviewers around the country. Written by Jamie O’Hara, Jones recorded the song in the fall of 2000, long before the tragedy of 9/11.

COUNTRY STAR GEORGE JONES SHOWS UP TO OFFER SUPPORT TO DEMONSTRATORS....

01/14/02

During the past few months, hundreds of country music fans picketed outside Gaylord’s offices, with some carrying signs reading, “Too country and proud of it!'’, and deluged the company with mailed protests. Country star George Jones showed up one day to offer support to the demonstrators.

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GEORGE MAKES SPECIAL APPEARANCE AT LOCAL K-MART

11/01/01

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Fans from all over the South lined the walls of K-Mart in Franklin, TN, November 14th for the signing of George’s new album, The Rock. Many were in line for hours, as they had shown up early that morning just to meet the Possum!

GEORGE DRAWS 'WILD' RECORD-BREAKING CROWD

10/25/01

George recently performed for a crowd of 15,000 at Valdosta, Georgia’s Wild Adventures Theme park, which broke the all-time attendance record for a country artist! The only artist that topped Jones’ record is the R&B group, Destiny’s Child.

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