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    Hank Williams Jr. Bluntly Warns He’s Got Plenty Left To Give In Hard-Hitting Song

    Hank Williams Jr. promised and came through for fans when he said he wasn’t down for the count in the mid-1990s. He did so through a fun, yet honest song “I Ain’t Going Peacefully.” The lyrics of the song detail Hank Jr.’s painfully honest appraisal of his self‑described dry spell from making hits. He also refers to current country stars Alan […] More

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    Texas Roadhouse Workers Transform ‘Redneck Woman’ Into A Red-Hot Line Dance

    Anyone who has ever been to Texas Roadhouse knows that eating there can be quite the experience. Whenever certain songs come on, the workers will stop everything and break out into a choreographed dance right in front of your table. You get dinner and a show for the price of one!  The staff at the […] More

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    Get Ready To Rock Out To Hank Williams Jr.’s Live Performance Of ‘Mind Your Own Business’

    What do you get when you add Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, Reverend Ike, and Tom Petty together? A rockin’ country music song that took over the No. 1 spot on the charts for two weeks straight. In 1986, Hank Jr. remade his dad’s 1949 hit “Mind Your Own Business,” which sounds eerily similar […] More

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    Relive The Magic Of Joey Feek With Live Cover Of Merle Haggard’s ‘Fightin’ Side of Me’

    The world was rocked by the news Joey Feek had lost her long battle with cervical cancer in February 2016, and the world of country music hasn’t quite been the same ever since. While Joey may no longer be with us here on Earth, fans have been able to find solace through her music. Joey + Rory paid tribute […] More

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    Tired Of ‘Tennessee Whiskey?’ You Won’t Be After You Hear This Country Star’s Mind-Blowing Cover

    By now, it seems that almost everyone out there has offered up a cover of “Tennessee Whiskey.” In fact, Chris Stapleton‘s famous recording is a cover itself, though it is certainly responsible for renewing interest in the song. “Tennessee Whiskey” was first released in 1981 by outlaw artist David Allan Coe off of his album of the same name. […] More

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    Singing Ventriloquist Delivers High-larious Willie Nelson Impression

    Terry Fator took America’s Got Talent by storm back in 2007 with a series of impressive singing ventriloquism acts, going on to be named the Season 2 champion of the talent competition. The year following winning AGT, Fator signed a five-year and $100 million contract with the Mirage in Las Vegas as the headlining performer. His show, Terry Fator & His […] More

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    Hank Williams Jr. & Kid Rock Kicked Off The Super Bowl With Badass Video

    In a legendary act, Hank Williams Jr. and Kid Rock kicked off the 2003 Super Bowl with a badass introduction leading up to the epic face-off between the Oakland Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They got the millions of viewers riled up for the annual championship game in a mashup video alternating between the two rockstars singing and the professional athletes gearing […] More

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    Johnny Cash Switches Brain With Bank Robber’s In Weirdest Music Video You’ll Ever See

    It’s hard to imagine it now, but there was once a point in history when music videos didn’t exist. Now, almost every time an artist releases a new single they also release a music video to accompany it. At times, they’ll even release videos for songs that are never shipped to radio. Music videos certainly […] More

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    Three Women Start Singing ‘Delta Dawn’ – Suddenly The Fourth One Joins In & It’s Magic

    Many people mistakenly believe that country music is an exclusively American genre. These people don’t realize that there are country music fans on all corners of the globe, who have grown up listening to the same classics as those who live in the U.S. One of those classic songs that has universal appeal is Tanya […] More

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    Glen Campbell & Willie Nelson’s Heartbreaking Final Duet Becomes Award-Winning Song

    Country music legends Willie Nelson and Glen Campbell took to the recording studio to produce a chilling final duet that has left fans emotionally beside themselves. Singing Nelson’s own heartbreaking ballad  from 1961, “Funny How Time Slips Away,” the two teamed up for this recreated duet featured on Campbell’s final record, Adios. The singer used his final album to record […] More

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