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Georgette Jones 

When: Sat., May 28, 2 p.m. 2011
Connoisseurs of classic country know the Tammy Wynette and George Jones duets of the ‘70s for the exquisitely sung slices of primal psychology they are — check out their version of “Take Me” on the 1971 full-length We Go Together. Their famous, very public marriage produced a daughter, Georgette, whom the Country Music Hall of Fame brings on today to talk about her life and sing tunes associated with Jones and Wynette. An accomplished country singer herself, Jones only began a serious stab at a music career in her 30s — although her first recording was with her father on his 1981 Still the Same Ole Me album. Her 2010 full-length A Slightly Used Woman updated the classic sounds of the records Billy Sherrill produced for her parents. Georgette has written an autobiography, The Three of Us: Growing Up With Tammy and George, so expect plenty of illuminating stories.
— Edd Hurt


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