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    Hank Williams Jr. And Kid Rock Pay Tribute To Johnny Cash In Rockin’ Performance

    No one can replace The Man in Black. He is a legend in country music as a singer and a songwriter. At the CMT Memorial Tribute to Johnny Cash, Kid Rock and Hank Williams Jr. did their best to honor him. While introducing their song dedicated to Cash, Kid Rock wanted to be clear that he did not know Johnny […] More

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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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    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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    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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    Rare: Live Footage Of 14-Year-Old Hank Williams Jr. Singing “Your Cheatin’ Heart”

    Ten years after the passing of his father, a 14-year-old boy follows his father’s footsteps and takes the stage at the Grand Ole Opry. This rare footage is a glimpse into Hank Williams Jr.‘s early beginnings and shows just how much talent he inherited from his legendary father. The early years for the singer were filled with performances […] More

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    Hank Williams III Sounds Just Like His Grandfather In This Remarkable Tribute Performance

    If y’all just take a moment to close your eyes and listen to Hank Williams III and his Grand Ole Opry performance, you might just think you’re listening to Hank Williams Sr. himself! Hank III’s rendition of “Lovesick Blues” and “Moanin’ The Blues” is absolutely phenomenal and definitely worth a listen or two. Or perhaps three. “Lovesick Blues” […] More

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    4-Year-Old Hunter Hayes Joins Hank Williams Jr. For Epic ‘Jambalaya’ Duet

    Many country fans have come to know the name Hunter Hayes. He is the youngest male country artist to ever top the Billboard Hot Country songs chart and has a thriving singing career. Before he was burning up the charts, he joined country legend Hank Williams Jr. on stage for an insane performance of Hank Williams’ classic, “Jambalaya (On the […] More

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    Hank Williams Jr. Invites Country Music Legends To Epic Party In ‘All My Rowdy Friends’ Video

    Hank Williams Jr. invites some of the biggest names in country music to join him for an epic house party in his music video for “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight.” George Jones, Mel Tillis, Kris Kristofferson, Cheech and Chong, Waylon Jennings, Porter Wagoner, and more all head over to Williams’ house after he and an army of maids […] More

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    Hank Jr. Dedicates Intimate Performance Of ‘All My Rowdy Friends’ To Unsuspecting Guests

    One of the best parts of the outlaw movement of country music was how supportive and close-knit the musicians were. An old-school outlaw country playlist to get you through the rest of the afternoon: https://t.co/cE0QQcoyCb pic.twitter.com/AMvsjx2WWg — Garden & Gun (@gardenandgun) August 16, 2017 This was true was because of a woman by the name of […] More

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    After Guitar String Breaks During Performance, Hank Jr. Proves How Much Of A Bad Ass He Is

    The show must go on! Entertainers are trained from the beginning of their careers to pretend like nothing happened during a performance, even if the worst has. Hank Williams Jr. proved that he had many years of this exact training under his belt when his guitar string broke in the middle of singing his hit song “Country […] More

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    Hank Jr. Exposes Deep Emotions In Raw & Lonesome “Honey, Won’t You Call Me”

    Bocephus takes fans for a journey like no other in this rare 1977 performance of a ballad that will speak straight to the soul of anyone who has ever felt lonely before… Appearing on an episode of the hit television variety show Pop! Goes The Country, Hank Williams Jr. showed up and stole the show […] More

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    Waylon Jennings’ Legacy Lives On In Profound Tribute From Hank Jr., Travis Tritt, & Marty Stuart

    As one of the main pioneers of the outlaw country movement, Waylon Jennings helped pave the way for dozens of artists who followed him. One of those artists was Hank Williams Jr., who was one of Waylon’s closest friends. The two brought their star power together for the duet “The Conversation,” which had Waylon asking […] More

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