Country Music Hall of Famer, Grand Ole Opry member, George Jones died Friday, April 26, 2013 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. He was 81.
"I was very shocked to hear about George Jones's death. I was his manager in the 1980's and there could have been no better person and friend. His music will live on in all of our hearts forever. He is truly the King of Country Music", said Dr. Gerald Murray of Gerald Murray Music, Doug Stone's current manager. Read more....
DOUG STONE LANDS PARTS IN TWO UPCOMING MOVIES
12-31-2012 - Nashville, TN
In April 2013 Doug will be finishing up the movie, "When The Storm God Rides". This a is a Thomas E. Kelly film produced by Storm God Studios of Georgia.
In 2013 Doug is also scheduled for a part in the movie, "The Story of Bonnie and Clyde" with Lindsay Pulsipher as Bonnie Parker. This is a Tonya S. Holly, Cypress Moon presentation. Lindsay is best known for roles in "The Beast", "True Blood" and "Hatfields and McCoys".
RELIVING THE 90'S TOUR
(with Shenandoah & Bryan White)
10-31-2012 - Nashville, TN
Gerald Murray Music has started booking the new 'Reliving the 90's Tour" for 2013 starring Doug Stone, Shenandoah and Bryan White. Be looking for an announcement for dates after the first of the year.
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DOUG STONE IS ENDORSED BY WALDEN GUITARS
Doug plays a G3030CEQ. When Doug Stone first impacted radio back in 1990 with his debut single, “Better Off in a Pine Box,” listeners were introduced to one. "My Walden D1030 is great to play and I really like the feel on stage. The Walden lies very well in the hand and is easily playable. Superior instrument." - Doug Stone