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REWIND: Hank Williams’ Triumph Over Death When He Scored Four More Hits in 1953

Hank Williams in the '50s Both the honky-tonk singer, Hank Williams and his alter ego, Luke the Drifter were regarded as superstars in those days. He'd been racking up a string of hits since the mid-'40s with more following. In 1949, he became a regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry. While Hank Williams' career was at its peak, his personal life, however, wasn't as smooth sailing. He began to...
Shiela Weber
January 24, 2020