George Jones Museum to Make a Home in Nashville

On Monday September 29th, it was announced that there would be a museum opening in the honor of the late George Jones. Set in Music City, at 128 and 130 N Second Avenue to be exact (formerly Graham Central Station), the museum will be a monument to forever hold the “Possum” in the hearts of country crooners all over. The museum will be a luxurious four-story building with 44,000 square feet of memories and love for Jones including a gift shop, restaurant, music venue, and a place to hold events.

In a press release, Nancy Jones, wife of the late George Jones, shared her excitement of the museum by saying “We are overjoyed to share George’s legacy and memory with the Nashville community. We hope that this will draw George’s friends and fans worldwide to our great city.”

The museum is sure to make a lasting impression on those who call Music City home and those whose heart Music City holds.

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Author: Tiera Bolt

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