Two are by Willie. Which songs, exactly? And what about the remaining 98? You’ll have to check our list to find out.
"I don't believe anything in this world could ever disturb or upset me enough to make me start drinking again."
Hot CDsFew voices evoke the pathos of country and western tragedy as genuinely as the rich, honeyed timbre of George Jones. By 1962, the year Jones signed with the United Artists label, the East Texan had been divorced, jailed, and was already as legendary for his hard drinking as his
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The survivor of a long and torturous journey, George Jones stands alone as the greatest country singer alive.
George Jones really lives the way he says he lives in the songs he sings.