Country Music Trivia: 18 Entertaining George Strait Facts

11- He voiced a cartoon trucker named “Cornell” in an episode of King of the Hill in 2003.

12- The singer-songwriter has a line of western shirts and jeans by Wrangler, cowboy hats by Resistol, and cowboy boots by Justin.

13- George is a spokesman for Cavender Chevrolet, a dealership in Boerne, Texas.

14- He has been signed to MCA Records for his entire recording career.

15- In 1994, Strait recorded “Fly Me to the Moon” as a duet with Frank Sinatra.

16- In February 2020, Strait’s career-total ticket sales passed 10 million tickets sold. He is the eighth solo artist to reach this achievement and only the second country music artist to surpass 10 million tickets sold.

17- In the mid-1970s, George attended Southwest Texas State University and earned a degree in agriculture.

18- Strait eloped in Mexico with his high school sweetheart Norma Voss on December 4, 1971. The pair have two children, Jenifer Lynn Strait (who passed away on June 25, 1986 at age 13) and George Harvey Strait Jr. aka “Bubba” (born May 14, 1981).

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