Quotation from a combination of partial quotations reported in, Justified and Ancient (Stand by the JAMs), Learn how and when to remove this template message, George Jones and Tammy Wynette discography, Take Me to Your World / I Don't Wanna Play House, a number based on her song, "D.I.V.O.R.C.E.

During the early 1970s, number-one singles included "He Loves Me All the Way", "Run Woman Run" and "The Wonders You Perform" (all from 1970), "Good Lovin' (Makes it Right)", "Bedtime Story" (both 1971) "My Man (Understands)", "'Til I Get it Right" (1972), and "Kids Say the Darndest Things" (1973).

Her last No. James Taylor, who wrote "Bartender's Blues" with Jones in mind and sang background vocals with him on the recording, told Rolling Stone, "He sounds like a steel guitar. The crash was a significant turning point, as he explained to Billboard in 2006: "when I had that wreck, I made up my mind, it put the fear of God in me. [citation needed] Wynette's daughter, Jackie Daly, sold her story to Star magazine before asking Richey the "questions" she wanted answered about her mother's death. The one single that was released from the album, a cover of "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" peaked outside the Country Top 40 in 1993. Wynette's last concert was given on March 5, 1998, stepping in for Loretta Lynn, who was ill at the time. [23] His final concert was held in Knoxville at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum on April 6, 2013. Tina was diagnosed with spinal meningitis, and was given a slim chance to live through it. Born in Texas, Jones first heard country music when he was seven, and was given a guitar at the age of nine. When asked about recording Jones and Wynette, Sherill told Dan Daley in 2002, "It did increase my scotch intake some.

[6], In 1959, Jones had his first number one on theBillboard country chart with "White Lightnin'", ironically a more authentic rock and roll sound than his half-hearted rockabilly cuts.

During one such afternoon show, Jones met his idol, Hank Williams ("I just stared," he later wrote). Many other country singers have been influenced by Wynette, including Reba McEntire, Sara Evans, Faith Hill, and Lee Ann Womack.

[16] He appeared at a televised Johnny Cash Memorial Concert in Jonesboro, Arkansas, in 2003, singing "Big River" with Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson. "White Lightnin'" was written by J. P. Richardson, better known as the Big Bopper. His death made headlines all over the world; many country stations (as well as a few of other formats, such as oldies/classic hits) abandoned or modified their playlists and played his songs throughout the day. The song reaches its peak in the chorus, revealing that he indeed stopped loving her—when he died—and the woman does return—for his funeral. "He stayed pretty much with his friends around him in his dressing room. Sherrill also claims that Jones frustrated him by continually singing the song to the melody of the Kris Kristofferson hit "Help Me Make It Through the Night". In 1970, director Bob Rafelson used a number of her songs in the soundtrack of his 1970 film Five Easy Pieces.