The daughter of country royalty George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Georgette Jones knows a thing or two about heartache, resilience and perseverance. With her new album, Skin, the songstress collaborates with Grammy winning icon Vince Gill on “I Know What You Did Last Night.”
“I’m over the moon excited about this project as it’s my first time to be in full control. I selected each song as well as each musician on this record. We have the perfect team to make this project feel authentic and it’s 100% me. I co-wrote the title ‘Skin,’ with my good friend Ashlee Hewitt and I’m thrilled to have a Bobby Braddock co-write on this record titled, ‘End it With Hello,’ since he wrote so many of my parents most significant songs. This project is truly a dream come true and I could not have done it without Tim McAbee,” Georgette Jones shared.
Jones started singing with her parents when she was 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 vocalist for her mother, Tammy Wynette.