The cause of death of legendary country singer George Jones was hypoxic respiratory failure, or HPF. HPF occurs when the body is not receiving enough oxygen to function properly.
George Jones’ funeral was held on May 2, 2013. Jones died on April 26, 2013 at the age of 81 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center following an eight-day hospital stint for irregular blood pressure and a slight fever. His cause of death was hypoxic respiratory failure.
According to Billboard.com, "Tender Years," "She Thinks I Still Care" and "White Lightning" are the top three most popular songs from country legend George Jones. "Walk Through This World With Me" and "We're Gonna Hold On" are listed in the fourth and fifth spots.
The first full-length album from George Jones was "The Grand Ole Opry's New Star," released in 1957. Prior to that, he released several singles, including "No Money in This Deal" in 1954 and "Why, Baby, Why" in 1955.
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To listen to George Jones songs online, visit Spotify.com and click Play Free. Sign up for a free account using a current email address or an active Facebook account. Search "George Jones," and then click the specific title you want to hear.
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Country music stars past and present, including industry legends such as Loretta Lynn, attended George Jones' funeral in the spring of 2013 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee. Some, including Kenny Chesney, performed some of Jones' better known songs in tribute to the country music