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The amazing relationship shared between Alan Jackson and George Jones will go down as one of country's most endearing friendships. Now Watch: Remembering the Life and Music of Merle Haggard oembed Jun 08, 2017 Just a year later, in 1991, Alan Jackson name dropped his new friend for the first time in his hit song Dont Rock The Jukebox. In the late 1990s, George Jones reputation began to fade as his voice was failing him more and more every year, but he earned a chance to perform a new single titled Choices at the CMA Awards in 1999.alan jackson george jones award show Feb 22, 2016 When the award show did not want George Jones to perform the whole song of his latest single Choices on stage, Jones decided to stay home in protest to the award show's request. Jackson, showing his frustration with the award show's choice, used some of his scheduled time slot to sing Jones' single during the show.
May 06, 2013 Alan Jackson performs He Stopped Loving Her Today at the funeral service of George Jones on May 2, 2013. With special thanks to the Jones family and artists involved, the Opry is authorized to alan jackson george jones award show Nov 09, 2016 Alan Jackson has been known throughout his career for putting his foot down for the integrity of country music, regardless of the ramifications. That's what happened at the 1994 ACM Awards when Jackson instructed his drummer to play without sticks when the producers insisted his band mimic playing to a backing track. Oct 04, 2000 Alan Jackson gives Nashville the finger Jackson is up for song of the year honors Wednesday night at the annual Country Music Awards show, broadcast on CBS. Country legend George Jones Murder on Music Row is a 1999 song written by Larry Cordle and Larry Shell, and originally recorded by American bluegrass group Larry Cordle& Lonesome Standard Time, as the title track from their album Murder on Music Row. It gained fame soon after that when it was recorded as a duet between country music artists George Strait and Alan Jackson. The song Just Playin' Possum is dedicated to Jones and talks of how Alan only wants to lie low and play possum, possum referring to George Jones. Jones can also be seen in the video for Good Time. In 2008 Jones was a surprise guest at Jackson's CMT Giants ceremony, where he thanked Jackson for his friendship.Rating: 4.52 / Views: 381