Gene Watson’s Peers: Quote from Georgette Jones: December 2019

Gene Watson’s Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as ‘the singer’s singer’ – and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson’s Peers, who were contacted during 2019, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Georgette Jones, which she submitted to this site on Tuesday 10 December 2019.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to Georgette Jones who made a special contribution to this unique part of this online ‘celebration of a Lone Star Hero’.

Georgette Jones

Georgette Jones
This quote was submitted on Tuesday 10 December 2019.

‘Gene Watson is the voice of true country music.

His voice is like velvet and over time he still sounds perfect!

He’s always been one of my favorite singers of all time’

Thank you, Georgette Jones, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Georgette Jones…

Georgette Jones

Georgette Jones was born Tamala Georgette Jones in Lakeland, Florida on Monday 5 October 1970, and is the only child of Country Music Hall of Famers and country music icons, George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998).

Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 - Monday 6 April 1998), Georgette Jones and George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013)

Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), Georgette Jones and George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013)

Georgette Jones had been singing with one, or both parents, since she was three years old.

George Jones: 'Still The Same Ole Me' (Epic Records, 1981)

Georgette Jones recorded her first single with her Dad, ‘Daddy Come Home’ (written by Bobby Braddock), when she was ten years old, and performed it on an HBO television special; the track was included on George Jones‘ ‘Still The Same Ole Me’ (Epic Records, 1981).

Georgette Jones also worked as a backup singer vocalist for her mother, Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998).

Mark McGuinn: 'One Man's Crazy' (Blue Flamingo Records, 2006)

In 2006, Georgette Jones recorded a duet with Mark McGuinn, ‘Better A Painful Ending’ (written by Mark McGuinn and Sharyn Lane), which was included on Mark McGuinn’s ‘One Man’s Crazy’ (Blue Flamingo Records, 2006), an album which also included ‘Wide Open’ (written by Mark McGuinn and Kevin Fisher), a track which featured backing vocals from Georgette Jones.

George Jones: 'Burn Your Playhouse Down - The Unreleased Duets' (Bandit Records, 2008)
George Jones: 'The Bradley Barn Sessions' (MCA Records, 1994)

On Tuesday 19 August 2008, George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) saw the release of ‘Burn Your Playhouse Down – The Unreleased Duets’ (Bandit Records, 2008), which was his 60th, and final, studio album; the album featured duets never before released, including some which were cut from George Jones‘ duets album, ‘The Bradley Barn Sessions’ (MCA Records, 1994).

The only new recording on George Jones‘ ‘Burn Your Playhouse Down – The Unreleased Duets’ (Bandit Records, 2008) was ‘You & Me & Time’, which was written by Mark McGuinn, Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 – Monday 7 December 2015) and Georgette Jones, a song which George Jones recorded with his daughter by Tammy Wynette, Georgette Jones.

Georgette Jones: 'Slightly Used Woman' (Heart of Texas Records, 2010)

On Tuesday 13 April 2010, Georgette Jones saw the release of ‘Slightly Used Woman’ (Heart of Texas Records, 2010), which included the following tracks:

Tammy Wynette: 'Even The Strong Get Lonely' (Epic Records, 1983)

‘Slightly Used Woman’, which was written by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), Melvin Powers and Tommy Boyce / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Even The Strong Get Lonely’ (Epic Records, 1983)

‘Leaving Yesterday’ (written by Georgette Jones and Jeff Ross)


George Jones: 'I Get Lonely In A Hurry' (United Artists Records, 1964)

‘The Race Is On’ (written by Don Rollins) / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013), who included it on ‘I Get Lonely In A Hurry’ (United Artists Records, 1964); George Jones‘ version of this track reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in January 1965, and No.96 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in January 1965

‘I Hope You Knew’ (written by Georgette Jones and Ernie Rowell)
‘Second Time Around’ (written by Brandy Davidson)


Tammy Wynette: 'Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad' (Epic Records, 1967)

‘Send Me No Roses’, which was written by Hank Mills (Thursday 9 April 1936 – Friday 11 November 2005) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’ (Epic Records, 1967)

Tommy Cash: 'Your Lovin' Takes The Leavin' Out of Me' (Epic Records, 1969)

‘You Don’t Hear’ (written by Tommy Cash and Jeffret Huffman) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tommy Cash, who included it on ‘Your Lovin’ Takes The Leavin’ Out of Me’ (Epic Records, 1969)

Tammy Wynette: 'I Still Believe In Fairy Tales' (Epic Records, 1975)

‘I Still Believe In Fairy Tales’, which was written by Grady Martin (Thursday 17 January 1929 – Monday 3 December 2001) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘I Still Believe In Fairy Tales’ (Epic Records, 1975)

‘You & Me & Time’ (written by Georgette Jones and Mark McGuinn)
/ this track was a duet with George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013)

Tammy Wynette: 'Take Me To Your World / I Don't Wanna Play House' (Epic Records, 1968)

‘I Don’t Wanna Play House’, which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 – Tuesday 17 April 2007) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Take Me To Your World / I Don’t Wanna Play House’ (Epic Records, 1968); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track, which was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for three weeks in October 1967, No.3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1967, and No.37 on the United Kingdom Singles Chart in 1967, earned Tammy Wynette the Grammy Award for ‘Best Female Country Vocal Performance’ in 1968

‘Better A Painful Ending’ (written by Sharyn Lane and Mark McGuinn)
/ this track featured guest vocals from Mark McGuinn
‘Precious Memories’, which was written by John Braselton Fillmore Wright (21 February 1877 – Tuesday 13 October 1959)

'The Three of Us: Growing Up With Tammy & George' (written by Georgette Jones, with Patsi Bale-Cox) (Atria Books, 2011)

In 2011, Georgette Jones, with co-writer Patsi Bale-Cox, saw the publication of her life story, ‘The Three of Us: Growing Up With Tammy & George’, which was issued by Atria Books.

Georgette Jones: 'Strong Enough To Cry' (Heart of Texas Records, 2011)

On Monday 24 October 2011, Georgette Jones saw the release of ‘Strong Enough To Cry’ (Heart of Texas Records, 2011), which was produced by Justin Trevino, and included the following tracks:

‘Strong Enough To Cry’ (written by Max T. Barnes and Rory Lee Feek)
‘Don’t Come Back ‘Til You Love Me’

Tammy Wynette: 'The First Lady' (Epic Records, 1970)

‘Run, Woman, Run’ (written by Dan Hoffman, Ann Booth and Duke Goff) / this track was a duet with Amber Digby / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘The First Lady’ (Epic Records, 1970); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for two weeks in October / November 1970

‘Making Love All Wrong’ (written by Brandy Davidson)


George Jones: 'Memories of Us' (Epic Records, 1975)

‘I Just Don’t Give A Damn’, which was written by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) and Jimmy Peppers / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones, who included it on ‘Memories of Us’ (Epic Records, 1975); George Jones‘ version of this track reached No.92 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1975

‘A Day Late, A Diamond Short’

Johnny Bush: 'Whiskey River' (Delta Records, 1980)

‘Rainbow Colored Words’, which was written by Johnny Bush (Sunday 17 February 1935 – Friday 16 October 2020) and David Green / the original version of this track was recorded by Johnny Bush, who included it on ‘Whiskey River’ (Delta Records, 1980)

‘Broken, Bitter Or Better’, which was written by Georgette Jones, Mark Mason and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 – Monday 7 December 2015)

‘I’m Not Even Close’ (written by Wade Kirby and Billy Vance)
‘Ways To Make You Talk’, which was written by Georgette Jones, Mark McGuinn and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 – Monday 7 December 2015)
‘Where Were You’, which was written by Johnny Bush (Sunday 17 February 1935 – Friday 16 October 2020)
‘Out Love You’, which was written by Georgette Jones, Mark McGuinn and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 – Monday 7 December 2015)

Personnel involved in the recording of Georgette Jones’ ‘Strong Enough To Cry’ (Heart of Texas Records, 2011) included the following:

Jake Hooker (bass)
Reggie Rueffer (fiddle)
Charley Walton (lead guitar)
Ronnie Huckaby (piano)
Jim Loessberg (drums)
Justin Trevino and Randy Lindley (rhythm guitar)
Jamie Lennon (steel guitar)

Georgette Jones: 'Til I Can Make It On My Own' (Heart of Texas Records, 2013)

On Sunday 7 April 2013, Georgette Jones saw the release of ‘Til I Can Make It On My Own’ (Heart of Texas Records, 2013), an album project dedicated to her Mom, Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), which included the following tracks:

Tammy Wynette: ''Til I Can Make It On My Own' (Epic Records, 1976)

‘Til I Can Make It On My Own’, which was written by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) and George Richey (Saturday 30 November 1935 – Saturday 31 July 2010) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette, who included it on ”Til I Can Make It On My Own’ (Epic Records, 1976); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in April 1976

George Jones: 'New Country Hits' (Musicor Records, 1965) George Jones & Tammy Wynette: 'We Go Together' (Epic Records, 1971)

‘Take Me’, which was written by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) and Leon Payne (Friday 15 June 1917 – Thursday 11 September 1969) / this track featured guest vocals from by Justin Trevino / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones, who included it on ‘New Country Hits’ (Musicor Records, 1965); George Jones‘ version of this track reached No.8 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1966 / this track was also recorded by George Jones and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘We Go Together’ (Epic Records, 1971); George Jonesand Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track reached No.9 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1971

Tammy Wynette: 'D-I-V-O-R-C-E' (Epic Records, 1968)

‘Divorce’, which was written by Bobby Braddock and Curly Putnam (Thursday 20 November 1930 – Sunday 30 October 2016) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘D-I-V-O-R-C-E’ (Epic Records, 1968); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for three weeks in June / July 1968

Tammy Wynette: 'Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad' (Epic Records, 1967)

‘Apartment No.9’, which was written by Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 – Wednesday 19 February 2003), Robert Allen Austin Sr. and Charles ‚ÄėFuzzy‚Äô Owen (Tuesday 30 April 1929 – Tuesday 12 May 2020) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’ (Epic Records, 1967); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track reached No.44 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1966

David Houston & Tammy Wynette: 'My Elusive Dreams' (Epic Records, 1967)

‘My Elusive Dreams’, which was written by Curly Putnam (Thursday 20 November 1930 – Sunday 30 October 2016) and Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) / this track featured guest vocals from Tony Booth / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998) & David Houston (Monday 9 December 1935 – Tuesday 30 November 1993), who included it on ‘My Elusive Dreams’ (Epic Records, 1967); Tammy Wynette & David Houston’s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in October 1967

Tammy Wynette: 'Another Lonely Song' (Epic Records, 1974)

‘Stayin Home Woman’ (written by Earl Montgomery) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Another Lonely Song’ (Epic Records, 1974)

Tammy Wynette: 'My Man' (Epic Records, 1972)

‘Til I Get It Right’, which was written by Red Lane (Thursday 2 February 1939 – Wednesday 1 July 2015) and Larry Henley (Wednesday 30 June 1937 – Thursday 18 December 2014) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette, who included it on ‘My Man’ (Epic Records, 1972); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in April 1976

George Jones & Tammy Wynette: 'Golden Ring' (Epic Records, 1976)

‘Golden Ring’ (written by Bobby Braddock and Rafe VanHoy) / this track featured guest vocals from Billy Yates / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones(Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013)and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Golden Ring’ (Epic Records, 1976); George Jones and Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in August 1976

Tammy Wynette: 'Take Me To Your World / I Don't Wanna Play House' (Epic Records, 1968)

Take Me To Your World‘, which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 – Tuesday 17 April 2007) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Take Me To Your World / I Don’t Wanna Play House’ (Epic Records, 1968); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for one week in March 1968

Tammy Wynette: 'Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad' (Epic Records, 1967)
Georgette Jones: 'Slightly Used Woman' (Heart of Texas Records, 2010)

 

‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’, which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 – Tuesday 17 April 2007) / the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’ (Epic Records, 1967); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track reached No.3 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1967 / Georgette Jones also recorded this track on ‘Slightly Used Woman’ (Heart of Texas Records, 2010)

George Jones & Tammy Wynette: 'We Go Together' (Epic Records, 1971)

‘Somethin’ To Brag About’ (written by Bobby Braddock) / this track featured guest vocals from Keith Nixon / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘We Go Together’ (Epic Records, 1971); George Jonesand Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track reached No.9 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1971

Tammy Wynette: 'Stand By Your Man' (Epic Records, 1969)

‘Stand By Your Man’, which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 – Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998)/ the original version of this track was recorded by Tammy Wynette, who included it on ‘Stand By Your Man’ (Epic Records, 1969); Tammy Wynette‘s version of this track was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for three weeks in November / December 1968

Georgette Jones: 'This Is Christmas' (Lennon Records, 2013)

In 2013, Georgette Jones saw the release of ‘This Is Christmas’ (Lennon Records, 2013), which included the following tracks:

‘Lonely Christmas Call’
‘White Christmas’
‘Jingle Bell Rock’
‘Silent Night’
‘O, Holy Night’
‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’

Sammy Kershaw: 'Do You Know Me? My Tribute to George Jones' (Big Hit Records, 2014)

 

On Tuesday 22 July 2014, Sammy Kershaw saw the release of ‘Do You Know Me?: My Tribute To George Jones’ (Big Hit Records, 2014); one of the included tracks was ‘Near You’, which was written by Francis Craig (10 September 1900 – Saturday 19 November 1966) and Kermit Goell (1915 – Thursday 4 December 1997), and was a duet with Georgette Jones / the original version of this track was recorded by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 – Friday 26 April 2013) & Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 – Monday 6 April 1998), who included it on ‘Golden Ring’ (Epic Records, 1976); George Jones & Tammy Wynette‘s version of ‘Near You’ was No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart for two weeks in February 1977

Georgette Jones: 'Skin' (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019)

On Thursday 12 September 2019, Georgette Jones saw the release of ‘Skin’ (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019), which was produced by Dean Miller, and included the following tracks:

‘Skin’ (written by Georgette Jones and Ashlee Hewitt)
‘I Know What You Did Last Night’ (written by Karyn Rochelle and Al Anderson) / this track was a duet with Vince Gill
‘I Call It Gone’ (written by Marla Cannon Goodman, Jennifer Hanson and Michael Heeney)
‘End It With Hello’ (written by Bobby Braddock and Chapin Hartford)
‘Jump In’ (written by Gwen Sebastian)
‘Goodbye Going Down’ (written by Dean Miller)
‘Make A Little Love’ (written by Dean Miller and Sara Beck) / this track featured guest vocals from Dean Miller
‘Pretty Good Mistake’ (published by Cal IV Entertainment)
‘The Trouble Is You’ (written by Dean Miller)
‘Cigarettes & You’ (written by Ashlee Hewitt) / this track featured guest vocals from Dale Watson

Personnel involved in the recording of Georgette Jones’ ‘Skin’ (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019) included the following:

Brent Mason (electric guitar)
Michael Rhodes (bass guitar)
Eddie Bayers (drums)
Michael Spriggs (acoustic guitar)
Jamie Lennon and Paul Franklin (steel guitar)
Gordon Mote (piano)
Janee Fleenor (fiddle)
Randy Kohrs (Dobro)
Lendell Black (string arrangement on ‘End It With Hello’)

At the time of the release of Georgette Jones’ ‘Skin’ (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019), Georgette Jones was quoted as stating the following:

‘I’m over the moon excited about this project, as it’s my first time to be in full control.  I selected each song as well as each musician on this record.

We have the perfect team to make this project feel authentic and it’s 100% me.  I co-wrote the title, ‘Skin’, with my good friend Ashlee Hewitt, and I’m thrilled to have a Bobby Braddock co-write on this record titled, ‘End it With Hello’, since he wrote so many of my parents’ most significant songs.

This project is truly a dream come true and I could not have done it without Tim McAbee’.

Country Music People, November 2019

In the November 2019 issue of the United Kingdom’s highly influential monthly magazine, Country Music People, Georgette Jones’ ‘Skin’ (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019) was reviewed by Chris Smith:

‘It can’t be easy being the daughter of country music royalty; the pressure of expectations must border on suffocating.

This is Tamala Georgette Jones’ fourth album and maybe it is the one with which she finds her own direction; released on her own label, she has been quoted as saying it is the first recording over which she felt she had control.

Certainly if the lyrics to the title track are in any way autobiographical, then this album signifies a long awaited musical and perhaps personal contentment.

The album does seem to seek to please a number of types of fan.  We have three solid boy/girl duets of the sort Mom & Dad were known for; indeed ‘Cigarettes & You’ with Dale Watson has George and Tammy stamped right through it – not that that is a bad thing at all.

Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis: 'Dos Divas' (Red River Entertainment, 2013)

Vince Gill joins Georgette on a cover of ‘I Know What You Did Last Night’, a strong rocker that first saw the light of day on the Lorrie Morgan / Pam Tillis album ‘Dos Divas’ in 2013, and Roger Miller’s son Dean assumes the partner role on ‘Make A Little Love’, which has a more contemporary feel and works really well.

Also working really well is the self penned heartbreak song ‘End It With Hello’, which would be soaring up the country singles chart if the country singles chart welcomed real country music these days.  I also enjoyed ‘I Call It Gone’, which will appeal to a wider age range of country music fans and may well be the one British country radio picks up on.

I’m not sure that some of the styles work though; ‘The Trouble Is You’ is a good song with a good girl in love with a bad boy lyric, but it seemed to lack something, and I felt ‘Jump In’ would be a sure fire success for an act like Lady Antebellum but not for Ms. Jones.

An interesting album and, if indeed Georgette Jones has discovered a new direction and the confidence that will accompany that, then her next album should be an absolute stunner’.

Georgette Jones has also recorded three albums for Lennon Records, ‘When Tractors Fly’, ‘This Is Christmas’ and ‘I Believe’.

Georgette Jones has appeared on national television in the United States, including ‘Crook & Chase’ and RFD TV.

Georgette Jones is a songwriter and member of SESAC and the Country Music Association (CMA).

Georgette has toured Ireland, Europe, Asia and Canada, along with her American touring schedule.

Georgette Jones: 'Skin' (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019)

The release party for Georgette Jones’ ‘Skin’ (Georgette Jones Independent Release, 2019) took place at The Nashville Palace, 2611 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN 37214 on Wednesday 22 April 2020; doors opened at 7:00pm, and the show commenced at 8:00pm.

Wyatt Massingille: 'Wyatt Massingille' (Massingille Enterprises, 2022)

On Thursday 18 August 2022, Wyatt Massingille saw the release of his self-titled debut album, ‘Wyatt Massingille’ (Massingille Enterprises, 2022); one of the included tracks was ‘We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds’ (written by Melba Montgomery), which was a duet with Georgette Jones.

Georgette Jones

‚ÄĘ Visit Geogette Jones official site at georgettejones.net
‚ÄĘ Read George Jones Peer’s Quote about Gene Watson
(submitted on Thursday 19 May 2005)
‚ÄĘ Visit Tammy Wynette’s official site at tammywynette.com