Georgette Jones & Tony Booth*

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Date(s) - Saturday, 10/28/2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


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Georgette Jones & Tony Booth

 Georgette Jones was born to the only Hall of Fame husband and wife country artists, George Jones and Tammy Wynette. She’s been singing with one or both parents since the age of three. She recorded her first single with her Dad, “Daddy Come Home” when she was ten years old and performed it on an HBO special.

Georgette also worked as a backup singer for her Mom. Georgette recorded a duet with Mark McGuinn that was included on his “One Man’s Crazy” CD and has appeared on TV shows such as Crook and Chase, RFD-TV and The Grand Ole Opry. Georgette is a songwriter and member of SESAC and the CMA.

Georgette tours Ireland twice a year, where she has developed a very loyal fan base. She also tours Europe and Asia.

A duet entitled “You and me and Time”, which Georgette co-wrote for her Dad, was released as the first single from her Dad’s latest CD, “Burn Your Playhouse Down”.

Georgette has filmed a TV series entitled “Sordid Lives” starring along side Emmy award winner Leslie Jordan (Will and Grace) and many other big stars such as, Olivia Newton-John, Bonnie Bedelia (Die Hard), Margaret Cho and others. Georgette re-recorded three of her Mom’s songs included with five songs from Olivia Newton – John in the soundtrack.

Country singer/songwriter/guitarist Tony Booth grew up in Tampa, but launched his musical career in the Southwest. He made his professional debut with the Mel Savage Band and soon toured with Jimmy Snyder. In 1968, after founding the band Modern Country, Booth began working in Las Vegas and from there moved to clubs in California. He renamed the group the Tony Booth Band and became the house band at the Palomino in California. He cut his first single, “Big Lonely World,” with K-Ark and signed to MGM in 1970, where he had his first hit with a cover of Merle Haggard’s “Irma Thompson.”

Booth’s career really took off in 1972 when he scored three Top 20 hits, including “The Key’s in the Mailbox.” The next year he had five more hits, including a cover of the Doris Day hit “Secret Love” and “When a Man Loves a Woman (The Way I Love You).”

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