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The New York Times Features the George Jones Museum

This past weekend, The New York Times featured a story on the new George Jones Museum, a project that several Bone McAllester Norton attorneys worked to open in record time last month. “Mower Meets Moonshine at a Museum for Country Star George Jones” outlines what visitors can find in the 50,000-square-foot building that features a museum, restaurant, rooftop bar, event space and retail store. As Southeast bureau chief Richard Fausset notes, “With one boot in the old Nashville and one in the new, it reflects both a city being remade with gleaming condominium towers and an influx of newcomers, and one where country music remains a central if shifting strand of its DNA.”

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