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Old 01-19-2019, 01:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default George Jones Biography

Hi, I'm a newcomer to this forum. But I've been listening to music all my life. And I'm looking forward to havng some constructive exchanges with all you music lovers, regardless of genre.
Tom T. Hall, a country music singer/songwriter/balladeer, wrote a song years ago titled, "I Love." In it he wrote the words, "I love, music when it's good." I couldn't agree more.
I love to read, but not so much imaginary storylines. I seem to be able to sort through reality better than fiction. I'm looking for a really good George Jones biography. There seems to be several. I only like good ones. I see an autobiography, "I Lived To Tell It All", that looks good. Anyone know of any others, preferrably autobiographies, but I'm easy.
Also, any other country artist bios. I just finished Hags "My House Of Memories." An innerestin' guy for sure. Read a couple of Willie's, and a Johnny Cash. Ian Tyson's "The Long Trail" was very good.
Any ideas/suggestions would be welcome.

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