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George Jones ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’ KLAW Classic [VIDEO]

Arguably the biggest country music song of all time, today’s KLAW Classic hit the top of the country charts
31 years ago today. It was the ACM single and song of the year in 1980, and the CMA song of the year in 1980 and 1981. Yes, two years in a row! The artist, Geoge Jones, credits this song for reviving his career. He says, “A four decade career, has been salvaged by a three minute song.” Here’s todays KLAW Classic, ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’.

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