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    Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell, & Roy Clark Honor Hank Williams With Marvelous Medley Of Famous Songs

    In the short time he was on this Earth, Hank Williams managed to make more of an impact on country music than he likely ever imagined. Over the course of his career he took eight songs to the top of the Country & Western Best Sellers chart and had 30 more climb into the top […] More

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    6-Year-Old Cowboy Steals Hearts With Impressive ‘Your Cheatin’ Heart’

    He might be young, but this little cowboy has more charm than even the biggest teenage heartthrobs on the music scene! 6-year-old Cash Singleton rocked the Kentucky Opry with an impressive rendition of Hank Williams‘ “Your Cheatin’ Heart.” Dressed head-to-toe in the finest cowboy attire, the little southern charmer rocked his performance of the country […] More

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    Jamey Johnson Leaves Crowd Mesmerized With Hank Williams Tribute

    Hank Williams may have been only 29 years old when he died, but the legacy he left behind is everlasting. His music is still cited as some of the best material to ever grace country music, especially his gospel-tinged “I Saw the Light.” “I Saw the Light” was written entirely by Williams and was released […] More

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    Extremely Rare Footage Surfaces Of Hank Williams Singing Romantic Duet

    In just 15 short years, Hank Williams managed to establish an everlasting legacy. His songs are all considered classics, and have influenced multiple generations of country artists that have followed in his footsteps. While Williams’ music is still easily found today, the same is not true when it comes to video footage. It’s a rare […] More

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    “Honky Tonk Blues” Gets Incredible Remake From The Three Hanks

    The late Hank Williams is considered as the most significant and influential country music singer of the 20th century. After a short, yet incredible career and untimely death, he quickly became a legend. He left behind a young son who would spend the early years of his career singing his daddy’s songs. Hank Williams Jr. ventured away […] More

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    Randy Travis Sings Heartbreaking Rendition Of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” During Opry Debut

    Before he was a country legend, Randy Travis was a humble singer trying to make it big. After playing nightclubs for seven years in North Carolina, he and his manager moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he was rejected by every major record label in town, some even calling him “too country.” After independently releasing a live album, […] More

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    Hank Williams Jr. Shares Hysterical Story Minnie Pearl Told Him About His Father

    Much has been said, but little is known about the type of man Hank Williams was. His son, Hank Williams Jr., was just a young child when his father passed away, so he’s gotten to know him through other people’s stories. Now, we have the chance to learn more about the “Hey Good Lookin’” singer through […] More

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    Loretta Lynn Honors Hank Williams With Brilliant “Your Cheatin’ Heart” Cover

    Loretta Lynn proved once again that she is a legend. She delivered one of the best covers we’ve ever seen and now we can’t stop watching it. On the Wilburn Brothers Show a few decades ago, Loretta Lynn stopped by to sing an iconic Hank Williams tune and hit it out of the park. Singing “Your Cheatin’ Heart”, Lynn […] More

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    Kelly Clarkson Goes Country In Tribute To Hank Williams’ ‘Your Cheatin’ Heart’

    “The Queen of Covers” proved yet again who owns the throne in a tribute to country legend Hank Williams. In a special “Smoakstack Session,” pop singer Kelly Clarkson tested her country limits in an enchanting rendition of Williams’ classic “Your Cheatin’ Heart.” In tune with the original, Clarkson started the song out in a slow manner portraying the hurt […] More

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    5 Rare Hank Williams Recordings You Need To Hear

    He was a legend by all accounts. A legendary songwriter, an incredible singer, and a phenomenal storyteller. His life ended too quickly, but the legacy he left behind will never be forgotten. Hank Williams is by far one of the most significant and influential musicians of all time. During his career between 1947-1952, he released 31 singles, […] More