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Jones appears on CBS Sunday Morning

Friday, October 9, 2009 – George Jones will appear on CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday Oct. 11. Host and interviewer Bob Schieffer visited Jones' Nashville home and also stopped by Nashville's Ryman Auditorium late this summer to talk about life, love and a lot of musical history.

Jones is travelling throughout Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan Canada this week on the northern most leg of his 2009 North American tour.


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CD review - The Hits George Jones tends to rely on his past these days, so it's not surprising that "The Hits" is his new CD. The 24-song set does include a few previously unreleased songs, but that may not be enough to persuade all but the diehards to buy this. Jones recorded Eddy Raven's I Should Have Called and Al Anderson-Steven Bruton's I Ain't Ever Slowing Down about five years ago with Keith Stegall producing, and both appear here for the first time. The former is a bit poppy, ...
CD review - Step Right Up 1970-1979: A Critical Anthology As retrospectives go, this new 28-track collection of George Jones' work from the 1970s is a bit of an anomaly. While most other compilations present chart-topping singles in chronological order, this single-disc set from the Australian reissue specialists at Raven Records provides an overview of Jones' total artistic output for the entire decade, regardless of chart position. This approach works well in this case because it covers songs not usually included on George Jones compilations. ...
CD review - George Jones: Burn Your Playhouse Down, the unreleased duets There are few revelations in this George Jones duets collection culled primarily from "The Bradley Barn Sessions" (1993 recordings). Producers have their reasons. Perhaps the biggest surprise is when Jones is outsung by one of his duet partners, Georgette Jones, the only child of his marriage to Tammy Wynette. Georgette may have the best singing genes in history, but it is time as much as anything that pushes Dad into a subordinate role on You and Me and Time. The revelation, then, is a ...


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