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 ...

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 ...

A House of Gold The song “House of Gold” has become a beloved classic gospel hymn from Hank Williams. And now, Patty Griffin breathes new life to the song.  Griffin completely changes the dynamics of the song. It is now ...

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 ...

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 ...

“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. ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 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, ...

For a remarkable artist and a country legend like Alan Jackson, it’s natural to want to come up with a catchy title. There were several that popped-up, but none seems to be sufficient to give him justice. So instead of ...

It is common and normal for anyone in the entertainment industry to adopt a stage name or even just a nickname in which they are known for. The country music community is not exempted on this. In fact, there are ...

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 ...

www.youtube.com Do you think money can buy everything? Is money enough in order for us to live a happy life? We can all agree that money is important in order to survive. We need it to buy food, to pay ...

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 ...

Taking one stanza from Hank Williams, Sr.’s From Jerusalem to Jericho, “Then who (then who), tell me who (tell me who) Tell me who was this neighbor kind and true? From Jerusalem to Jericho we’re traveling every day And many ...

Do you love walking? I do. Studies show that it is one best forms of physical exercise. Of course, walking is also a means, and for some, the only means of transport. Moreover, walking for whatever cause is more pleasurable ...

Praise and glorify our Lord God for His son saved us, in Jesus’ name. We have come again at this time of the year when we commemorate all of Jesus’ suffering, to His crucifixion, memorial, and death. But more importantly, ...

Most people with visual impairment were gifted with the ability to cope with what’s going on in the world using their other senses. Others gained a connection with their surrounding with the help and direction of others. That was specifically ...

Legend has it that this song came across Hank Williams when he was thinking about his first wife while driving around his second. Her second wife wrote down the lyrics for him in the passenger seat. On September 23rd, 1952, ...

“You Win Again” is a 1952 song by Hank Williams. For its approach, the song is a blues ballad that deals with Williams’ misery with his wife Audrey. Recorded at Castle Studio in Nashville, Jerry Rivers (fiddle), Don Helms (steel guitar), and Harold Bradley (rhythm guitar) joined Hank ...

The Cross is one of the most significant symbols in the world of Christianity. It symbolizes the unwavering love of God for us, His children. To win the freedom that human race has been savoring for thousand years, an unimaginable ...

“Mind Your Own Business” is a 1949 song that Hank Williams wrote and originally covered. It was the 10th track on his Montana Café album. Hank recorded this country, blues, rock and roll on March 2, 1949, at the Castle ...

“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 ...

The more I dig into Hank Williams Sr.’s old gospel tracks, the more I see why he was one of the most important musicians of all time. While his songs were mostly sad, he wrote and sang them all beautifully. ...

Did you miss listening to hillbilly gospel? Fret no more because we are bringing you back Hank Williams’ gospel songs! Well, there is no need keeping you in suspense. Here is one remarkable song from our honky-tonk legend. “When God ...

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 ...

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 ...

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. ...