Jones first hit the charts in 1955 with “Why, Baby, Why.” He celebrated his 51st Anniversary as a recording artist in 2005 with the release of GEORGE JONES :HITS I MISSED…And One I Didn’t.
Jones has won two Grammys – separated by 18 years. The first, in 1981 for his performance of “He Stopped Loving Her Today” and the second, in 1999, for his performance of “Choices.
Some signature hits: He Stopped Loving Her Today; White Lightning; Window Up Above; She Thinks I Still Care; The Grand Tour; Why, Baby, Why; A Picture of Me Without You; Good Year For The Roses; The Race Is On, Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes and Choices.
Jones still headlines nearly 100 concerts a year. He turned 74 on September 12, 2005 and his talent continues to amaze as he ages like fine wine. At long last, Jones seems comfortable in his own voice. HITS I MISSED probably features the most relaxed, confident vocals ever heard on Jones and his soulful, easy approach to these classics make them his own.
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