There are three things you will usually find among Hank Williams Jr. songs: remarkable lyrics, hard-hitting guitar riffs, and the ability to stand the test of time. After all, he’s one of the biggest stars in country music, and his ...

It’s an indisputable fact that he’s a musical icon in the past, the present, and of more generations to come. That’s impressive considering the brief years of his contribution to the art of what we call now country music. Now ...

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 ...

Controversy is the nemesis of stardom even as early as 1950s and Hank Williams was not an exception when the famed Grand Ole Opry decided to fire Hank Williams from its roster of inducted country artists on August 11 1952. ...

www.udiscovermusic.com People are people; sometimes, we make mistakes and wrong decisions in life. There are instances wherein we tend to do bad deeds to others as well as to ourselves. These would affect us in so many ways. It can ...

Life nowadays is not easy and there are people who have two to three jobs to survive. We live in a world where everybody is busy and sometimes, they don’t even have time for their family. Also, others lose track ...

Randall Hank Williams was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on May 26, 1949. He was the only son of the back then country music icon Hank Williams. Williams affectionately call him Bocephus, but growing up, he became known in the music ...

Hank Williams III / KOKE FM Hank Williams III was already a country music royalty before he ever sang a note. As the son of Hank Jr., and the grandson of Hank Williams, musical inclination became natural to him. However, ...

Hank Williams Sr. Photo Credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org Hank Williams Sr. is one of the legends in country music. He is best known for his songs “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Cold, Cold Heart” and “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive.” Hank ...

Hank Williams Jr. Photo Credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org/ There are about 7 billion people on this planet, therefore, there are 7 billion different stories to be heard. However, there are experiences in our lives that do not differ from one another. No ...

Legendary country singer Hank Williams Jr. had a successful career in the music industry, following in the footsteps of his legendary father, Hank Williams, to country royalty. But did you know that Hank Jr. has multiple talented kids who have ...

www.youtube.com There comes a time in our lives when we experience one bad luck after another. It’s like you are being punished for no reason at all. You try to do your best, but you always end up failing. Life is ...

Undoubtedly, “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” is one of the most repetitively recorded songs, the most with numerous versions and covers. As a matter of fact, the song even reached the different music genres. Of course, it was reimagined by the ...

We honestly cannot say that Willie Nelson is a problem child of God most especially nowadays that he is gearing for a new album. We cannot be more excited since this project would also involve the touch of the other ...

Alabama lead singer Randy Owen singing “I Saw the Light”. Photo screen grabbed on Youtube Alabama Praises the Lord with “I Saw the Light” In 2014, one of the greatest and award-winning bands, Alabama took this Hank Williams country gospel ...

This song opened the music of Hank Williams Sr. to the entire world. the inspiration of the song “Cold Cold Heart” was born in a hospital. The wife of Hank, Audrey, had been fighting an illness for some time when ...

In 1975, the son of the legend Hank Williams Sr. and also an iconic country artist, Hank Williams Jr., nearly had a fatal accident that changed his life and his career. He was climbing on Ajax peak in Beaverhead Country, ...

Hank Williams Sr. have written and recorded songs that proved his talent on singing about relational strife through a clever wordplay. In March 1949, he released “Mind Your own Business,” a song that rebukes a local busybody for snooping and ...

https://rosequarter.com/event/hank-williams-jr/ “Devil In The Bottle” is a song that is about problems that we have which control us. Once you get used to doing something and it takes over your life like drinking or gambling, it’s difficult to let go of ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RwEHmDMkUw That was, indeed, a fantastic performance of “Lovesick Blues“! Isn’t it? If it happened that you’re not watching the video clip and just listening to the performance, can you guess who could be that person singing? I bet many ...

65 years ago, the great Hank Williams was convicted in Alexander City, Alabama. It was August 1952 when his life went down. The Hillbilly Shakespeare already suffered from chronic back pain which helped lead to his alcohol addiction. Earlier that ...

On this day, back in 1950, the respected country artist, Hank Williams wrote a song that pierced through the hearts of many fans and critics. His song, Cold, Cold, Heart is a blues ballad became widely popular that it made ...

There are albums that are a blast to listen to, and there are albums that sell loads of copies. Also, there are albums that help totally redesign music into something different than what it was before they were issued. The ...

Have you heard of David Allan Coe‘s song “The Ride?” If you haven’t, you better take the time to listen to it. “The Ride” has an interesting and chilling story behind its making. Even the song itself will give you ...

We all know how much talent and musical entertainment the late Hank Williams Sr. has brought into the industry of country music when he was still alive. After his tragic and mysterious death in 1953, fans still miss the legendary ...

Hank Williams Sr. and Hank Williams Jr. are high-end personas in the music industry. Their songs are proof that they are the best in the business. Hank Williams He is acknowledged as one of the greatest country artists of all ...

“You Win Again” is a heartbreaking blues written by country singer Hank Williams in 1952. He recorded the song on the same year he wrote it, and the interesting part was the day he recorded the song. Williams cut the ...

Hank Williams Sr. gave us a beautiful gospel song that we can reflect on in our life. The words to “A Home in Heaven” was penned by Williams Sr. in 1951. It took almost six years for the record to ...

How often do you hear a story song that does not really feature a chorus? In 1974, Hank Williams, Sr. wrote and recorded one of his most popular songs, “Move It On Over“. The song lives and dies on the ...

Whether you’re an old or a recent fan of Hank Williams Sr., would you not fancy knowing more of the man behind those honky tonk songs which dominated the airwaves of the 1950s?  In these two movies, you will have ...

It’s been sixty-six years since that cold night when Hank Williams, 29, was seen lying dead at the back seat of his ’52 Cadillac. His death has speculated many stories that until now has been a mystery. Many people believed ...

Hank Williams was a legend by all accounts. An incredible singer, a phenomenal storyteller, and a legendary songwriter. During his career between 1947 to 1952, he released thirty-one singles and even more were released posthumously, this includes “Kaw-Liga.” Recorded as ...

Did you know that this song was written by Hank Williams after his divorce with his wife? Yes, he and his new wife, Billie Jean Jones were the writers of this song. Hanks and Billie were en route to her ...

A lot of people will find themselves off track many times in their lifetime. Also, there are others will intentionally take the wrong path. The good news is that no matter how many times we may get lost along the ...

Little Boy’s Prayer – Hank Williams Jr. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDRjappGOYY Children and Effectual Prayers A child praying. (c) blog.commarts.wisc.edu Bet you’ve heard the answer after playing the clip, right? The man abandoned his thoughts of suicide in response to his little boy’s ...

Hank Williams Jr., the son of the country legend Hank Williams, is definitely a country royalty. While he struggled to find his musical identity in the beginning, he created his own unique sound and forever made his mark on country ...

Sometimes I feel like, I am alone in the world. It is almost like being selfish that I only know what I am feeling. Like, what I feel, not everyone else’s, is what matters. Considering the whole of the universe, ...

For many country music fans, one may know that Audrey Williams was the ex-wife of the legendary Hank Williams. Not just a former partner in life, Audrey also became Hank’s singing partner. Unfortunately, the two divorced and soon separated for ...

All Hank Williams fans will surely be delighted after the beloved country crooner’s unreleased live recording of Jambalaya (On the Bayou) was among the classic country tracks featured in a massive new box set. The set has 20 discs in ...

Released in September 1952, “You Win Again” is a blues ballad in style, a single conceived by Hank Williams Sr. This single was recorded by Williams earlier in July at the Castle Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Music publishing executive Fred Rose ...

This year marks the 66th death anniversary of the legendary Hank Williams. He died in the early morning of January 1, 1953, on his way to West Virginia for a New Year’s Day show. It is so sad that he ...

Hank Williams Jr.’s “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” In 2012, Hank Williams Jr. collaborated with Merle Haggard to sing the song “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink.” He included the song in his fifty-seventh studio album ...

Over the years, we see many new faces coming into the music industry. While some of these new stars manage to go on and have successful careers, some actually vanish almost as quickly as they arrived. Fortunately, some big stars ...

“Lovesick Blues” is commonly known to be originally recorded by Hank Williams Sr. Williams performed the song the first time he joined the Louisiana Hayride in 1948. When it was positively received by many, he decided to record the song. ...

“I Saw the Light” is a country gospel song written by Hank Williams. At some stage in his first session for MGM Records, he recorded the song. Sometime in September 1948, they released the track. Set to the tune of the traditional Scottish folk tune ...

When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels – one of the four songs for Hank Williams’ first recording in December, 1946. It speaks of sorrow and death, but with an accompanying comfort that someday, you will reunite with your loved ...

Charley Pride at Country Road Photo Credit: www.youtube.com Charley Pride on Country’s Family Reunion In 2010, Country’s Family Reunion invited the legendary country singer Charley Pride on their show. He performed Hank Williams’ song “Kaw-Liga.” Charley showcased his talent as ...

Hank Williams Jr. Photo Credit: https://www.charlestoncitypaper.com 9/11 is a day we will never forget in America, the home of the brave. This tragic event took away thousands of innocent lives. People went into their daily routines without knowing what will ...

Country music traditionalists sure know Hank Williams’ music very well. And had the legend not died too early, he would have recorded more songs we’d all love to listen to. But despite his short musical journey, he left a legacy ...

Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Jr. | Photo Credits: sandiego.com As many may not know, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Jr. had a tighter bond than the word “friends” meaning. As a matter of fact, June Carter Cash was Hank Jr.’s godmother. She and ...

Originally written and recorded by Hank Williams’ Sr., the song was supposed to be released back in 1951. But for some reason, he was against it and decided to hold the release. For lack of a better term, this was ...

Hank Williams, wow, he is just one of the biggest names in the country music industry. I mean he is an icon, an influencer and someone who can make records that can sell. He is incomparable to the rising country stars nowadays. Moreover, it’s just a ...

Hank Williams Jr. proved that he is more than his father’s son. He made a name for himself when he released country hits after his father died. Although it was hard for Hanks Jr. to get out from his father’s ...

The Amazing Duet George Jones and Randy Travis channeled the emotions that Hank Williams felt when he was writing this song. It’s no surprise that the two country legend sang the “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” together. Randy Travis ...

If we have to define what traditional, classic country music is, Hank Williams will surely be on its definition. Many traditionalists and country music fans do honor Williams as one of the most iconic and influential country music artists of ...

The century-old debate of whether “real country music is dying” did not really start recently. Even back then, the echoes on “old traditional country dying” had always been evident. Especially when Waylon Jennings, a country legend, voiced his opinion back ...

Own Business Hank Williams Jr. teamed up with Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire, and the evangelist Reverend Ike to sing this amazing classic “Mind Your Own Business.” Hank Williams Jr. / Official Facebook Page The all-star cast sings the catchy ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Isk9eweVV_M “Tis a sad but true story From the bible it came And it tells us how Judas Sold the savior in shame He planned with the council Of high priest that day 30 pieces of silver Was the price ...

Doing a Hank Williams Song Yet Again Mason Ramsey shows that he is a big fan of the country legend, Hank Williams Sr. This time, Mason Ramsey chose to sing Williams’ “I Saw the Light.” We have heard a lot ...

All relationships go through tough times. Hank Williams had his fair share of the struggles one can have in a marriage. We all know the unfortunate event that happened to the country legend’s first marriage. In this Hank Williams-penned song, ...