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George jones sausage, George Jones has been honored by his sausage company, George Jones Country Sausage, during a huge event in Jackson, Tennessee this week.

The "greatest voice in country music" died on Friday, April 26 at the age of 81 and left an outpour of grief behind.
In addition to his music, Jones joined Williams Sausage Company, Inc. and created a breakfast sausage available to the American public for the past 45 years.

In light of his death, a restaurant that serves Jones sausage decided to honor him with a recipe.
Brooke Shaw's Old Country Store in Jackson made over 1,000 sausage balls- Jones' own creation and personal favorite, according to TMZ.

The recipe calls for Jones's sausage, Bisquick pancake mix, cheese, and milk. Blend the ingredients, mold mixture into balls, and together bake for ten minutes.

According to the website for Jones' Country Style Sausage, breakfast was very important to the late singer.
"Breakfast has always been my favorite meal of the day," Jones said in a statement. "My wife, Nancy, sets the table and it's my job to fry up the sausage and make sure it's just right."

As for his special breakfast sausage, Jones reassured fans of his high quality standards.
"I wouldn't put my name on anything that wasn't the best," the singer added in a past statement. "I never want to disappoint my fans."

The famed country music singer recorded dozens of hit songs including "He Stopped Loving Her Today" along his career that spanned five decades.

Publicist Kirk Webster said that Jones died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after receiving treatment for a fever and irregular blood pressure, according to the Associated Press.
Jones' countless fans have included Frank Sinatra, Pete Townsend, Elvis Costello, James Taylor, among many other notable names in music.

Messages from fellow singers and songwriters in the music industry flooded Twitter following the news of Jones' death. Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill, Luke Bryan, and Ali Landry were among countless others who posted tributes to the singer.

Furthermore, Jones was honored during a public funeral held at the Grand Ole Opry House last Wednesday. The service included performances by country music superstars such as Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Kid Rock, and Wynonna Judd at Nashville's famous venue, where Jones himself was a member since 1956.

Thousands gathered at the funeral, including former first lady Laura Bush and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee who offered eulogies.


George jones sausage, George Jones has been honored by his sausage company, George Jones Country Sausage, during a huge event in Jackson, Tennessee this week.

The "greatest voice in country music" died on Friday, April 26 at the age of 81 and left an outpour of grief behind.
In addition to his music, Jones joined Williams Sausage Company, Inc. and created a breakfast sausage available to the American public for the past 45 years.

In light of his death, a restaurant that serves Jones sausage decided to honor him with a recipe.
Brooke Shaw's Old Country Store in Jackson made over 1,000 sausage balls- Jones' own creation and personal favorite, according to TMZ.

The recipe calls for Jones's sausage, Bisquick pancake mix, cheese, and milk. Blend the ingredients, mold mixture into balls, and together bake for ten minutes.

According to the website for Jones' Country Style Sausage, breakfast was very important to the late singer.
"Breakfast has always been my favorite meal of the day," Jones said in a statement. "My wife, Nancy, sets the table and it's my job to fry up the sausage and make sure it's just right."

As for his special breakfast sausage, Jones reassured fans of his high quality standards.
"I wouldn't put my name on anything that wasn't the best," the singer added in a past statement. "I never want to disappoint my fans."

The famed country music singer recorded dozens of hit songs including "He Stopped Loving Her Today" along his career that spanned five decades.

Publicist Kirk Webster said that Jones died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after receiving treatment for a fever and irregular blood pressure, according to the Associated Press.
Jones' countless fans have included Frank Sinatra, Pete Townsend, Elvis Costello, James Taylor, among many other notable names in music.

Messages from fellow singers and songwriters in the music industry flooded Twitter following the news of Jones' death. Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill, Luke Bryan, and Ali Landry were among countless others who posted tributes to the singer.

Furthermore, Jones was honored during a public funeral held at the Grand Ole Opry House last Wednesday. The service included performances by country music superstars such as Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Kid Rock, and Wynonna Judd at Nashville's famous venue, where Jones himself was a member since 1956.

Thousands gathered at the funeral, including former first lady Laura Bush and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee who offered eulogies.


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