Synopsis by Sarah Ing
Doug Stone hit the ground running with his 1990 self-titled debut album. Along with fellow artists Clint Black, Garth Brooks, and Travis Tritt, Stone helped redefine popular country music. Two years later, he released a collection of some of his greatest hits in A Video Jukebox. From ballads to neo-traditional, Stone covers all of country's territory. Songs include his best-selling "I'd Be Better Off in a Pine Box," "I Thought It Was You," and "These Lips Don't Know How to Say Goodbye." The discography will remind Stone fans of his early and meteoric rise to stardom.
country-music, music, music-video, songs