Weekly Obsession: Today’s country radio makes us appreciate George Jones

Country radio playlists are dictated by focus groups and corporations racing to lowest common denominator More

The Backpage: George Jones RIP

Jones has his place in country music’s pantheon, but also in annals of pop culture and American society More

Packed house bids George Jones farewell at Opry House funeral

George Jones was memorialized at the Opry House on Thursday morning. Here is a view from inside the funeral. More

Opry to hold public funeral for George Jones

Publicist says public funeral will be held Thursday starting at 10 a.m. More

George Jones, country superstar, dies at 81

Jones died Friday at VUMC. He'd been hospitalized with fever and irregular blood pressure More

Chapter 16: Growing up Jones

In a new memoir, Georgette Jones writes about her relationship with her parents, George Jones and Tammy Wynette  More

Rex: Death and taxes

Former Lt. Gov. John WIlder held onto life long enough to avoid taxes More

Jones lighting the way to Give Hope

Country icon collecting toys for needy with lights display More

Riffs: Box sets capture George Jones’ Musicor days

Country's finest vocalist cut his stylish teeth in 'Pappy' Daily's studio More

RIFFS: New reissue spotlights classic George Jones releases

The George Jones/Billy Sherrill tandem were at their peak during the early 1970s, the time when the original vinyl albums A Picture of Me (Without You) and Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half As Bad As Losing You) were released. The first came out in 1972, while the second was issued a year later. More
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