High-Tech Redneck

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High-Tech Redneck
Studio album by George Jones
Released November 23, 1993
Genre Country
Length 30:46
Label MCA
Producer Buddy Cannon
Norro Wilson
George Jones chronology
Super Hits, Volume 2
High-Tech Redneck
The Bradley Barn Sessions

High-Tech Redneck is an album by American country music singer George Jones. It was released in 1993 on the MCA Nashville Records label. This album went Gold in 1994. Its lead-off single was its title track, which peaked at #24 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in 1994.[1] The other single from this album to make a chart appearance in Billboard was his duet with Sammy Kershaw on "Never Bit a Bullet Like This", a song also found on Kershaw's 1993 album Feelin' Good Train.

The album was dedicated to Conway Twitty who had died in June 1993, and it features a cover of Twitty's "Hello Darlin'" to close out the album. "A Thousand Times a Day" was later recorded by Patty Loveless on her 1997 album The Trouble with the Truth from which it was released as a single. "The Visit" was later record by Chad Brock on his 2000 album Yes! from which it was released as a single.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "High-Tech Redneck"   Byron Hill, Zack Turner 2:26
2. "I've Still Got Some Hurtin' Left to Do"   Donny Kees, Richard Ross 2:51
3. "The Love in Your Eyes"   Wayland Holyfield, Norro Wilson 3:52
4. "The Visit"   Gene Ellsworth, Brad Rodgers, Charles Stefl 3:21
5. "Silent Partners"   Bobby Braddock 3:03
6. "Tear Me Out of the Picture"   Bill Rice, Sharon Rice, Mike Lawler 3:25
7. "A Thousand Times a Day"   Gary Burr, Gary Nicholson 3:06
8. "Never Bit a Bullet Like This" (featuring Sammy Kershaw) Jim Foster, Mark C. Petersen 2:21
9. "Forever's Here to Stay"   Larry Bastian, Buddy Cannon 3:38
10. "Hello Darlin'"   Conway Twitty 2:43


  • George Jones – vocals, guitar
  • Barry Beckett – piano
  • David Briggs – piano
  • Mike Chapman – bass
  • Sonny Garrish – steel guitar
  • Rob Hajacos – fiddle
  • John Hughey – steel guitar
  • Kirk "Jellyroll" Johnson – harmonica
  • Sammy Kershaw – vocals
  • Mike Lawler – keyboards
  • Brent Mason – guitar
  • Reggie Young – guitar
  • Danny Parks – guitar
  • Larry Paxton – bass
  • Steve Turner – drums
  • Lonnie Wilson – drums
  • Vince Gill – background vocals
  • Cindy Walker – background vocals
  • Dennis Wilson – background vocals
  • Chely Wright – background vocals
  • Curtis Young – background vocals
  • Nashville String Machine – strings

Chart performance[edit]


Chart (1993) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 30
U.S. Billboard 200 124


Year Single Peak chart
US Country CAN Country
1993 "High-Tech Redneck" 24 62
1994 "Never Bit a Bullet Like This" 52
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


Region Certification
United States (RIAA)[2] Gold


  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 215. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. ^ "American album certifications – George Jones – High Tech Redneck". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH