Gold Buckle Network Gives Fans a Chance to Win Unique Memorabilia Autographed by Country Music Legend George Jones
Online Western sports and entertainment network promotes new George Jones CD, streams George Jones music and video with Dolly Parton to GBN members worldwide.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 11, 2006 —-
Gold Buckle Network™ (www. goldbucklenetwork. com), The New Way To Access The West™, is offering music fans worldwide a chance to win a guitar autographed by country music legend George Jones, an autographed original poster of George Jones and Elvis Presley, or one of two autographed George Jones compact discs.
One lucky fan will win a guitar autographed by George Jones. Other prizes include an autographed original poster of George Jones and Elvis Presley, and two autographed George Jones compact discs — his new release "Hits I Missed...And One I Didn’t" and "George Jones: 50 Years of Hits." Fans can register to win prizes, review the offer details, and listen to George Jones sing the classic song "Funny How Time Slips Away" from his new album "Hits I Missed...And One I Didn’t" at www. goldbucklenetwork. com.
Originally conceived as "songs I wished I had recorded," Jones recorded eleven songs that included many he had passed on over the years that went on to become hits for other people. The one hit he did not miss is the first new version of "He Stopped Loving Her Today" in 25 years. "Hits I Missed...And One I Didn’t" includes his first ever duet and video with Dolly Parton on the Hank Williams, Jr.-penned "The Blues Man." Visitors can also watch the George Jones music video with Dolly Parton at www. goldbucklenetwork. com.
"George Jones is one of country music's all-time greats, so we are very pleased to give Gold Buckle Network members around the globe an opportunity to win these rare and unique pieces of memorabilia and listen to George sing," notes GBN Executive Vice President Victor A. DiBlasi. "GBN members go to goldbucklenetwork. com for the very best of the West, and when it comes to country music, it just doesn't get much better than George Jones."
A two-time GRAMMY® winner, Jones first hit the charts in 1955 with "Why, Baby, Why." In 2004 he celebrated his 50th anniversary as a recording artist with the release of a three-disc set entitled "George Jones: 50 Years of Hits," which featured one hit for each year of his career. His two GRAMMY’s are separated by 18 years. Jones received his first in 1981 for his performance of "He Stopped Loving Her Today" and his second in 1999 for his performance of "Choices."
George Jones has won numerous awards throughout his career, beginning in 1956 as Billboard Magazine's "Most Promising New Country Vocalist." He received country music's ultimate recognition in 1992 when he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2002, Jones received the prestigious National Medal of Arts Honor from President George W. Bush. This medal "honors individuals for the singular distinction of their artistic careers." The National Medal of Arts is the nation's highest honor for artistic excellence.
All fans of the West can watch rodeo, movies, and TV shows, listen to country music, and shop for unique Western products at www. goldbucklenetwork. com. GBN currently offers free access to its large library of all-digital Western video and audio entertainment, including rodeos, classic Western movies, country music concerts, classic Western television shows, kids' shows, travel shows, cooking shows and much more.
GBN viewing requires no special hardware or software, and nothing is downloaded to the viewer's PC. The Web-based GBN video player supports full-screen viewing, enabling viewers to maximize a crisp image beyond the size of typical streaming videos. Viewers can even watch GBN on most late-model television displays using simple, inexpensive components. GBN is the premier place to watch, listen and shop for all things Western.
About Gold Buckle Network (GBN)
GBN is an online TV network, music source, and department store for everything Western. At www. goldbucklenetwork. com visitors watch rodeos and other Western sports, classic full-length Western movies, documentaries, lifestyle programs, kids' shows and more. In addition, GBN Radio streams digital country music and the GBN General Store offers a great selection of unique Western-influenced products. GBN is The New Way To Access The West — an entertaining and informative online community for millions of Western enthusiasts all over the world. Businesses rely on GBN for one-to-one access to this significant consumer market. For more information about GBN, please visit www. goldbucklenetwork. com.
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Liz Lawless, Gold Buckle Network