TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 15, 2018
Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery, a frequent collaborator of the late country artist George Jones, is suing Jones’ widow and record label for releasing a shelved album without permission, The Tennessean reports. Montgomery co-wrote 73 songs with Jones and played in his band. The record was in a vault since the 70’s and was released last year through Cracker Barrel and Concord Music Group. Montgomery claims he is the true owner of the recordings.