George Jones, country superstar, dies at 81

Jones died Friday at VUMC. He'd been hospitalized with fever and irregular blood pressure More
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Emily Arsenault sets her latest mystery in Nashville — sort of

By Chris Scott   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

Author delivers queen of heartbreak's life story

Jimmy McDonough talks about presenting to readers the first full-scale biography of Tammy Wynette More

Longtime performer, television executive pens Music City memoir

Stan Hitchcock, who helped launch CMT, shares remarkable stories about his five decades in the music and television business. 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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