Georgette Jones was born to Country Music legends and Hall of Fame couple, George Jones and Tammy Wynette. She's been singing on stage since she was three years old. At the age of ten, she recorded her first duet with her Father titled, "Daddy Come Home". After being a RN for seventeen years and raising her twin sons, she returned to music full time. She then recorded her second duet with her Father titled, "You and Me and Time". Georgette has performed at the Opry, the Ryman and has toured across the US, Canada and overseas. In addition to singing and songwriting, she is also an author. She co-wrote her biography, "The Three of Us", which was about her life growing up with her famous parents. Her book was used as the basis for the recently released Showtime TV series, George and Tammy. It's premiere was marked as the most viewed limited series in Showtime history. Georgette also consulted on the series and made a cameo in the last episode. She played the angel version of her Mother in the TV series, "Sordid Lives" along side Leslie Jordan and Olivia Newton John and sang on it's soundtrack, as well. Georgette currently tours performing her parents music as well as her own.
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