The “Still Playin’ Possum: Music & Memories of George Jones” tribute concert event will premiere in a theater presentation for one day only today (Oct. 17) in association with Fathom Events.
The concert was filmed on April 25 in Huntsville, Alabama in front of a sold-out crowd at the Von Braun Center, with some of country’s biggest stars paying homage to the country legend. 10 years after his passing in 2013, music lovers can now witness the power of song as artists ranging from Jelly Roll (“Bartender’s Blues”), Brad Paisley (“He Stopped Loving Her Today”), Tanya Tucker (“The Grand Tour”), Dierks Bentley (“Why Baby Why”), Sam Moore (“Blues Man”), Travis Tritt (“The Race Is On”), Jamey Johnson (“Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes”) and more bring their interpretation of Jones’ hits to life on the big screen.
“It is still hard to believe that George is gone. He was loved by so many artists and fans. We may not have him here in person, but we have his music to keep his memory alive,” says Nancy Jones. “Filming this night was something special. The love for George was overwhelming!”
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