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Nashville Wives: Country Music's Celebrity Wives Reveal The Truth About Their Husbands And Marriages

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From one of Nashville's most prominent wives and a top journalist comes this intimate look inside the lives and marriages of major country music heartthrobs. For the first time, sixteen top Nashville wives talk openly about life with their famous and infamous husbands -- how they met, fell in love, rose to stardom, and cope with show business success and failure. Find out ...more
Paperback, 299 pages
Published December 1st 1999 by HarperEntertainment (first published November 1998)
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Mrs. George Jones writes the stories of 16 Nashville wives, including herself. She seeks to show the world what it is like to be married to a country superstar. She has a gentle way of telling each story with little judgement, but also with a healthy dose of skepticism. She was searching for the truth and she's clearly annoyed when it seems like she gets something less from the wives.

It's a more satisfying experience than searching for information in the tabloids, as Mrs. Jones really searches f
I picked this up as I lived in Nashville in the 90's and was somewhat involved in the music /entertainment industry.

It was interesting, though dated, of course. It was really kind of sad to read the stories of some of the wives (Sandy Brooks, former wife of Garth, comes to mind) who were very trusting and complimentary of their husbands, whose defense of their marriage and husband's integrity turned out to be ill placed.

I enjoyed gleaning bits of Nashville nostalgia, but I don't know if others
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