Flawless CMA Performance: A perfect tribute to George Jones



On April 26th of this year country music legend George Jones passed away at the age of 81, leaving behind a stunning legacy of over 150 hit songs and a career which spanned five decades. In honor of this unparalleled icon, viewers and attendees of last night’s 47th annual CMA awards were treated to a flawless and emotionally charged performance of one of George’s most beloved songs, He Stopped Loving Her Today.

Performed by two of today’s greatest and most cherished country music artists, Alan Jackson and George Strait, the stirring rendition captivated audiences and fans have been taking to the blogosphere to remember Mr. Jones and praise Jackson and Strait for their classy and memorable tribute.

If you wish to pay your own tribute to the legend you can do so right here.

While you’re at it you might also wish to thank Alan Jackson…

and the 2013 CMA Entertainer of the Year award winner George Strait.

Even with the passing of “the Possum,” it’s evident that the country music genre is in good hands thanks to artists like these.


Country legend George Jones takes last Grand Tour


We are saddened to hear that one of our all-time favorites, country legend George Jones, has passed away at Vanderbilt University Medical Center today, at the age of 81.

Often cited as the most-emulated voice in country music, Jones’ successes were as epic as his failures, helping cement him as one of the icons of his genre.

George Jones’ classic “The Grand Tour” from KaraokeOnVEVO

When you’re out singing karaoke tonight, lift a glass and sing a song for Ol’ Possum. If you need help finding the tunes, just drop by Karaoke Cloud, where we have more than forty by this giant who recorded music for over 50 years.