The Afternoon Edition - Sask | Apr 26, 2013 | 6:31

Saskatchewan Tribute to George Jones

He was a hard living, hard drinking man who wrote straight from his hurtin' heart. Country music legend George Jones died this morning. Host Craig Lederhouse asks a Moose Jaw musician to pay tribute.

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