Womanizing. Brawling. Singing. For the last forty years George Jones
has reigned as the country's king--the singer many have called the Frank
Sinatra of country. And for most of that time, his career has been
marked by hard-living, hard-loving, and hard luck. From his early east
Texas recordings through his marriage with Tammy Wynette to his latest
acclaim as a solid citizen and "high-tech red-neck," Americans have been
fascinated with Jones, never even knowing whether he's going to show up
for his next concert. Now, inI Lived To Tell It All, George Jones
supplies a no-holds-barred account of his excesses and ecstasies. How
alcohol ruled his life and performances. How violence marred many
friendships and relationships. How money was something to be made but
never held on to.
And, finally, how the love of a good woman can
ultimately change a man, redeem him, and save his life.