Known for his ability to play the classics, James Carothers has carved out a nice niche for himself on Nashville's Lower Broadway bar district. While he has a handful of albums featuring his own compositions, Carothers earned the praise of Nancy Jones herself with his appointment as one of the go-to artists performing at the George Jones Museum and bar. Carothers' success there lead to the idea of a tribute album of Jones songs and while many would be afraid to take on George Jones' most-iconic tune. James Carothers seems undaunted with the task. Below is what he has to say about recording the iconic Bobby Braddock-penned tune for Still Country, Still King: A Tribute To George Jones:
Find out how the country traditionalist decided to record the song held up by many as the "greatest country song of all time."