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06/01/2015

Clay Walker is about to release a new record this summer. The album will be called "Long Live Cowboy" and the singer promises it would be pure traditional country music. Yee Haw!

06/01/2015

Chris Young revealed his guests on the upcoming record, which will feature duets with Vince Gill and 2013's The Voice winner Cassadee Pope. Chris also co-produces the new album, which should come out later this year.

05/31/2015

Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson are teaming up once again and on June 2 they will release a new album called "Django And Jimmie". They already released a music video for the first single "It's All Going To Pot". Now that's bro-country!

05/30/2015

Popular duo Montgomery Gentry is going to release a new album on June 9. The record is named "Folks Like Us" and the title song is a current single.

05/30/2015

Willie Nelson finally wrote his own memoir. Look for a book named "It’s a Long Story: My Life".


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George Jones to Retire in 2013

Posted by: Petr Mecir

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News 08/27/2012

The legendary George Jones, who Frank Sinatra once called the second best singer in America, announced his retirement plans. At the age of 81 Jones still tours extensively, although he was forced to cancel a number a shows due to medical complications earlier this year. Jones plans a farewell tour which will stop in 60 cities in 2013. In addition, plans for a new studio album were also revealed.

George Jones has been considered the greatest living country singer for decades and during his incredible career of 57 years has scored countless hits such as "Why Baby "Why", "The Race Is On", "White Lightning", "He Stopped Loving Her Today" and "Choices".

George Jones was inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1992.

After Glen Campbell retired this summer, George Jones is another giant to disappear from concert halls. Among the legends who remain actively touring there is Willie Nelson (79), Merle Haggard (75), Kris Kristofferson (76) and Kenny Rogers (74).



George Jones - "He Stopped Loving Her Today"