Most of us just want to travel and enjoy life. Some want to taste a lot of food and experience different cultures around the world. Anyway, what is the most unforgettable experience you’ve ever had at a party? Have you ever heard the classic hit “Jambalaya” from Hank Williams? If not, better listen to the song because it talks about having fun and enjoying life.

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Hank Williams: The Classic Cowboy Singer

He was born in 1951 and grew up in a humble household. Moreover, he started his career in 1937 and his career skyrocketed immediately. Hank Williams was included in the Country Music Hall of Fame, Song Writers Hall of Fame, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This only proves that he is a very talented artist. In addition, he popularized the hits “Move It On Over,” “Love Sick Blues,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” and “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.”

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In spite of his successful career, Hank Williams suffered from alcohol and drug abuse. That’s why he was dismissed from the Grand Ole Opry. Due to his addiction, Williams was not able to perform some of his duties as an artist. In 1953, he suddenly died while he is on the road to Canton, Ohio for a concert. He was just 29 at that time, a young and promising artist in his prime.

Live Life to the Fullest

“Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” was released in 1952 and it was written and recorded by Hank Williams. Upon the song’s release, it was loved by many people; plus, various artists re-recorded the song in their own styles. The hit plainly talks about life, having a good party and enjoying the day as if it’s your last. The vibe of the song is very positive and you may want to include it on your list.