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Hank Williams Jr.

The offspring of famous musicians often have a hard time creating a career for themselves, yet Hank Williams, Jr. is one of the few to develop a career that is not only successful, but markedly different from his legendary father. Originally, Hank Jr. simply copied and played his father's music, but as he grew older, he began to carve out his own niche and it was one that owed as much to country-rock as it did to honky tonk. In the late '70s, he retooled his image to appeal both to outlaw country fans and rowdy Southern rockers, and his makeover worked, resulting in a string of Top Ten singles -- including the number one hits "Texas Women," "Dixie on My Mind," "All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)," "Honky Tonkin'," and "Born to Boogie" -- that ran into the late '80s.

Hank Jr. never was above capitalizing on his father's name, yet his tributes and name-dropping often seemed affectionate, not crass. Also, Bocephus -- as his father nicknamed him when he was a child -- was a passionate cheerleader for patriotic American values; he even wrote a pro-Gulf War song during 1991. All of these actions helped make him an American superstar during the '80s, becoming one of the most recognizable popular culture figures of the era. As new country took over the airwaves in the '90s, Williams slowly disappeared from the charts and his concerts stopped selling as well as they did ten years earlier, yet he retained a devoted core audience throughout the decade.

The son of Hank and Audrey Williams, Hank Jr. was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1949. Less than four years later, his father died, leaving behind a huge legacy. When Hank Jr. was eight years old, Audrey decided to push her son into the spotlight, positioning him as the rightful heir to his father's legacy. Dressed in a white Nudie suit, he would sing Hank Sr.'s biggest hits on package tours, and by the time he was 11, he had made his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. After a few years of touring, Hank Jr.'s voice broke in 1963. As soon as his voice changed, Audrey had her son sign a contract with MGM Records.

Hank Jr. recorded his father's "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" as his debut single, and the record was a hit upon its early 1964 release, climbing to number five. Later that year, he sang all the material for the Hank Williams, Sr. biopic Your Cheatin' Heart and starred in the film A Time to Sing. Though he immediately had a hit, he wasn't able to follow it up with another Top Ten hit until 1966, when his self-penned "Standing in the Shadows" reached number five. By that time, he had begun to grow tired of his reputation as a Hank Williams imitator and was trying to create his own style, as "Standing in the Shadows" proved. Following that single, he began to explore rock & roll somewhat, occasionally performing under the name Rockin' Randall.

Despite his half-hearted rock & roll attempts, Williams continued to concentrate on country music, turning out a string of hit singles, including the number one "All for the Love of Sunshine" and a number of inspirational cuts released under the name Luke the Drifter, Jr., a reference to his father's alter ego. Though his career was doing well, Hank Jr. began falling into drug and alcohol abuse after he turned 18 years old. His personal life became progressively more complicated, culminating in a suicide attempt in 1974. Following the attempt, Williams moved to Alabama, where he not only got his life together, but he changed his musical direction as well. Hooking up with Southern rockers like Charlie Daniels and the Marshall Tucker Band's Toy Caldwell, he recorded Hank Williams, Jr. & Friends, which fused hardcore country with rock & roll. Though he wasn't scoring as many hits as he had in the early '70s, his music was becoming more original and focused.

Just as his career was being revived, tragedy beset Williams. While he was climbing a mountain in Montana in 1975, he fell 442 feet down the side of the mountain. His injuries were serious -- his skull was split and his face was crushed -- but he survived. Following extensive reconstructive cosmetic surgery, he had to relearn how to speak and sing. Williams' recovery period lasted a full two years. When he re-emerged in 1977, he aligned himself with the outlaw country movement, as Waylon Jennings produced Hank Jr.'s comeback effort, The New South. It took several years before Williams began to have hits again -- his biggest hit in the late '70s was a cover of Bobby Fuller's "I Fought the Law," which reached number 15 -- but in the final six months of 1979 he had two Top Ten singles, "Family Tradition" and "Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound," which began a virtually uninterrupted streak of 29 Top Ten hits that ran into 1988.

Throughout the '80s, Hank Jr. was one of the most popular, and controversial, figures in country music. Following his image makeover, he appealed primarily to young and rowdy crowds with his hell-raising anthems and jingoistic ballads. Though he had established his own distinctive style, he continued to name-check and pay tribute to his father, and these salutes became as much a part of his act as his redneck rockers. Both the wild music and the party-ready atmosphere of his concerts made Hank Jr. an immensely popular musician and helped him cross over into the rock & roll audience. Williams' career really began to take off in 1981, when he had three number one hits -- "Texas Women," "Dixie on My Mind," and "All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)" -- and Rowdy began a streak of 15 gold or platinum albums that ran until 1990. During that time, he won several awards, including back-to-back Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year in 1987 and 1988.

By the end of the decade, Hank Jr.'s persona was becoming a little tired, especially in light of the new breed of clean-cut new country singers who had taken over Nashville. Williams could still have a hit -- such as "There's a Tear in My Beer," which was an electronic duet between him and his father -- but by the end of 1990 he was no longer hitting the Top Ten and by the middle of the decade he had trouble reaching the Top 40. Despite his declining record sales, Hank Jr. remained a popular concert draw into the latter half of the '90s, as well as a relatively prolific character in the studio. His string of new albums tapered off in the early 2000s, with 2003's I'm One of You marking his final album for several years. Hank Jr. returned toward the decade's end, however, with 127 Rose Avenue appearing in 2009. Arriving in 2012, Old School New Rules, which featured guest appearances by Brad Paisley and Trace Adkins, was the first release for Williams on his own Bocephus Records, an independent label based in Nashville, and marked how much Williams had taken over control of all aspects of his work and career. Four years later, Williams returned to the big time by signing with Nash Icon -- the subsidiary of Big Machine designed for country heritage acts -- and releasing It's About Time in January 2016. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Old School New Rules

1. Takin' Back The Country

3. Three Day Trip

4. Old School

6. You Win Again

8. Who's Taking Care Of Number One

9. That Ain't Good

10. Keep The Change

11. Stock Market Blues

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Track List: Best Of - All My Rowdy Friends

1. Family Tradition

2. Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

3. Women I've Never Had

4. Outlaw Women

5. Kaw-Liga

6. Old Habits

7. Dinosaur

8. The Blues Man

9. Texas Women

10. Dixie On My Mind

11. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)

12. A Country Boy Can Survive

13. If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie

14. The Conversation

15. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight

16. Country State Of Mind

17. Born To Boogie

18. If The South Woulda Won

19. There's A Tear In My Beer

20. Red, White, & Pink Slip Blues

21. Bartender Song (Sittin' At A Bar)

22. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over For Monday Night Football

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Track List: 127 Rose Avenue

1. Farm Song

2. Red, White & Pink-Slip Blues

3. High Maintenance Woman

4. Mighty Oak Tree

5. Forged By Fire

6. Last Driftin' Cowboy

7. 127 Rose Avenue

8. All The Roads

9. Sounds Like Justice

10. Long Gone Lonesome Blues

11. Gulf Shore Road

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Track List: That's How They Do It In Dixie: The Essential Collection

1. That's How They Do It In Dixie

2. Family Tradition

3. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight

4. A Country Boy Can Survive

5. Whiskey Bent And Hellbound

6. There's A Tear In My Beer

7. If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie

8. Born To Boogie

9. Women I've Never Had

10. Country State Of Mind

11. My Name Is Bocephus

12. Stirrin' It Up

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Track List: I'm One Of You

1. Amos Moses

2. Liquor To Like her

3. Just Enough To Get In Trouble

4. I'm One Of You

5. What's On The Bar

6. Games People Play

7. Waylon's Guitar

8. Why Can't We All Just Get A Long Neck / Jambalaya

9. American Offline

10. Guitar Money

11. Devil In The Bottle

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Track List: Almeria Club

1. Last Pork Chop

2. Go Girl Go

3. The 'F' Word

4. If The Good Lord's Willin' (And The Creeks Don't Rise)

5. X - Treme Country

6. Last Pork Chop (Acoustic)

7. Big Top Women

8. The Cheatin' Hotel

9. Outdoor Lovin' Man

10. Almeria Jam

11. Tee Tot Song

12. Cross On The Highway

13. America Will Survive (Studio Version)

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Track List: Stormy

1. They All Want To Go Wild (And I Want To Go Home)

2. I'd Love To Knock The Hell Out Of You

3. Gibbonsville Gold

4. Where Would We Be Without Yankees

5. Naked Women And Beer

6. I Like It When It's Stormy

7. Southern Thunder

8. Hank Hill Is The King

9. All Jokes Aside

10. Sometimes I Feel Like Joe Montana

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Track List: The Early Years, Part Two

1. Feelin' Better

2. She's Still The Star (On The Stage Of My Mind)

3. Honey, Won't You Call Me

4. Building Memories

5. New South

6. Long Way To Hollywood

7. Angels Get Lonesome Sometimes

8. Montgomery In The Rain

9. Looking At The Rain

10. You Love The Thunder

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Track List: The Early Years, Part One

1. I'm Not Responsible

2. How's My Ex Treating You

3. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)

4. All By Myself

5. One Night Stands

6. Tennessee

7. Once And For All

8. Mobile Boogie

9. Storms Never Last

10. It's Different With You

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Track List: A.K.A. Wham Bam Sam

1. Don Juan D'Bubba

2. Houston, We Have A Problem

3. It Makes A Good Story

4. Maybe I'm The One Who's Crazy

5. Honky Tonked All To Hell

6. She Don't Do Nothin' For Me

7. Been There, Done That

8. Let's Keep The Heart In Country

9. You Won't Mind The Rain

10. Wham Bam, Sam

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Track List: Hog Wild

1. Hog Wild

2. I Ain't Going Peacefully

3. Betwen Heaven And Hell

4. Iron Horse

5. Daytona Nights

6. Tobacco Road

7. It's A Start

8. Greeted In Enid

9. Eyes Of Waylon

10. Wild Thing

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Track List: The New South

1. Feelin' Better

2. Montgomery In The Rain

3. Looking At The Rain

4. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)

5. How's My Ex Treating You

6. Uncle Pen

7. Once And For All

8. Storms Never Last

9. New South

10. Tennessee

11. Long Way To Hollywood

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Track List: A Tribute To My Father

1. Honky Tonkin'

2. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

3. Lovesick Blues (Feat. Leon Redbone)

4. Ballad Of Hank Williams (Feat. Don Helms)

5. A Whole Lot Of Hank

6. Kaw-Liga

7. Move It On Over

8. The Conversation (Feat. Waylon Jennings)

9. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)

10. If You Don't Like Hank Williams

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Track List: Greatest Hits Vol. I

1. Family Tradition

2. Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

3. Women I've Never Had

4. Old Habits

5. Kaw-Liga

6. Dixie On My Mind

7. Texas Women

8. The American Dream

9. A Country Boy Can Survive

10. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)

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Track List: Out Of Left Field

1. Everything Comes Down To Money And Love

2. Diamond Mine

3. Blue Lady In A Red Mercedes

4. Both Sides Of Goodbye

5. Warm In Dallas

6. Out Of Left Field

7. Hide And Seek

8. Hold What You've Got

9. I'm Tired

10. Dirty Mind

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Track List: Maverick

1. Come On Over To The Country

2. Lyin' Jukebox

3. Wild Weekend

4. The Count Song

5. I Know What You've Got Up Your Sleeve

6. Hotel Whiskey (Feat. Clint Black)

7. Fax Me A Beer

8. Low Down Blues

9. A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action

10. Cut Bank, Montana

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Track List: America (The Way I See It)

1. Don't Give Us A Reason

2. Mr. Lincoln

3. I've Got Rights

4. The Coalition To Ban Coalitions

5. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over For Monday Night Football

6. Give A Damn

7. Practice What I Preach

8. The American Way

9. A Country Boy Can Survive

10. U.S.A. Today

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Track List: Lone Wolf

1. Good Friends, Good Whiskey, Good Lovin'

2. U.S.A. Today

3. Hot To Trot

4. Big Mamou

5. I Mean I Love You

6. Man To Man

7. Almost Persuaded

8. Stoned At The Jukebox

9. Ain't Nobody's Business

10. Lone Wolf

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Track List: Greatest Hits Vol. 3

1. I'm For Love

2. This Ain't Dallas

3. Ain't Misbehavin

4. Country State Of Mind

5. Mind Your Own Business

6. My Name Is Bocephus

7. Born To Boogie

8. Young Country

9. Heaven Can't Be Found

10. Finders Are Keepers

11. There's A Tear In My Beer

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Track List: Wild Streak

1. Wild Streak

2. If The South Woulda Won

3. That You Don't Know (Won't Hurt You)

4. You're Gonna Be A Sorry Man

5. Love M.D

6. Early In The Morning And Late At Night

7. I'm Just A Man

8. Social Call

9. You Brought Me Down To Earth

10. Tuesday's Gone

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Track List: Born To Boogie - Vol. 15

1. Born To Boogie

2. Honky Tonk Women

3. Young Country

4. Keep Your Hands To Yourself

5. Buck Naked

6. Heaven Can't Be Found

7. Thanks A Lot

8. What It Boils Down To

9. Shadow Face

10. Pratice What I Preach

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Track List: Hank Live

1. Intro / Hank Williams, Junior / Junior (Live)

2. My Name Is Bocephus (Live)

3. Workin' For MCA (Live)

4. I Really Like Girls (Live)

5. If You Don't Like Hank Williams (Live)

6. Sweet Home Alabama (Live)

7. Spoken Intro / La Grange (Live)

8. Trouble In Mind / Short Haired Womenv (Live)

9. The Conversation (Live)

10. Man Of Steel (Live)

11. I'm For Love (Live)

12. If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie (Live)

13. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) (Live)

14. House Of The Rising Sun (Live)

15. The Ride (Live)

16. A Country Boy Can Survive (Live)

17. Family Tradition / Hey, Good Lookin' (Live)

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Track List: Five-O

1. I'm For Love

2. I Really Like Girls

3. The Nashville Scene

4. Ain't Misbehavin'

5. Something To Believe In

6. Lawyers, Guns And Money

7. This Ain't Dallas

8. I've Been Around

9. New Orleans

10. Outlaw's Reward

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Track List: Greatest Hits Vol. 2

1. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight

2. Man Of Steel

3. Honky Tonkin'

4. The Conversation

5. Queen Of My Heart

6. Two Old Cats Like Us

7. Gonna Go Huntin' Tonight

8. Attitude Adjustment

9. Major Moves

10. Leave Them Boys Alone

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Track List: Major Moves

1. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight

2. Promises

3. Video Blues

4. Major Moves

5. The Blues Medley (Feat. Ray Charles And John Lee Hooker)

6. Mr. Lincoln

7. Country Relaxin'

8. Attitude Adjustment

9. Knoxville Courthouse Blues

10. Wild And Blue

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Track List: Strong Stuff

1. Gonna Go Huntin' Tonight

2. La Grange

3. A Whole Lot Of Hank

4. Made In The Shade

5. Leave Them Boys Alone

6. The Girl On The Front Row At Fort Worth

7. The Homecoming Queen

8. Blue Jean Blues

9. Twodot Montana

10. In The Arms Of Cocaine

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Track List: Man Of Steel

1. Man Of Steel

2. The Air That I Breathe

3. Woman On The Run

4. She Had Me

5. Midnight Rider

6. Lovesick Blues (Feat. Leon Redbone)

7. Queen Of My Heart

8. Now I Know How George Feels

9. It Just Don't Get It No More

10. Orange Blossom Special

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Track List: High Notes

1. If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie

2. Whiskey On Ice

3. High And Pressurized

4. I Can't Change My Tune

5. The South's Gonna Rattle Again

6. Ain't Makin' No Headlines (Here Without You)

7. I've Been Down

8. If You Wanna Get To Heaven

9. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

10. Honky Tonkin'

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Track List: The Pressure Is On

1. A Country Boy Can Survive

2. The Coalition To Ban Coalitions

3. Tennessee Stud

4. Ramblin' In My Shoes

5. The Pressure Is On

6. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)

7. I Don't Care (If Tomorrow Never Comes)

8. Weatherman

9. Everytime I Hear That Song

10. Ballad Of Hank Williams

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Track List: Rowdy

1. Dixie On My Mind

2. Texas Women

3. You Can't Find Many Kissers

4. Give A Damn

5. Ain't Much More

6. Ramblin' Man

7. I Got A Right To Be Wrong

8. Footlights

9. Tennessee River

10. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

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Track List: Habits Old And New

1. Old Habits

3. Kaw-Liga

4. Here I Am Fallin' Again

5. The Blues Man

6. All In Alabama

7. The American Way

8. Move It On Over

9. Won't It Be Nice

10. If You Don't Like Hank Williams

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Track List: Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

1. Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

2. Tired Of Being Johnny B. Good

3. Outlaw Women

4. I Don't Have Any More Love Songs

5. White Lightnin'

6. Women I've Never Had

7. O.D.'d In Denver

8. Come And Go Blues

9. Old Nashville Cowboys

10. The Conversation

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Track List: Family Tradition

1. To Love Somebody

2. Old Flame, New Fire

3. Always Loving You

4. We Can Work It All Out

5. I Fought The Law

6. Family Tradition

7. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

8. Paying On Time

9. I've Got Rights

10. I Just Ain't Been Able

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Track List: One Night Stands

1. One Night Stands

2. Mobile Boogie

3. Angels Get Lonesome Sometimes

4. I'm Not Responsible

5. Building Memories

6. Honey, Won't You Call Me

7. She's Still The Star (On The Stage Of My Mind)

8. All By Myself

9. Cherokee

10. Daddy (I Need You Tonight)

11. It's Different With You

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Track List: Hank Williams, Jr. & Friends

1. Losin' You

2. On Susan's Floor

3. I Really Did

4. Can't You See

5. Montana Song

6. Clovis, New Mexico

7. Brothers Of The Road

8. Stoned At The Jukebox

9. Living Proof

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Track List: 35 Biggest Hits

Disc 1

1. Family Tradition

2. Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound

3. Women I've Never Had

4. Outlaw Women

5. Kaw-Liga

6. Old Habits

7. Dinosaur

8. The Blues Man

9. Texas Women

10. Dixie On My Mind

11. All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)

12. A Country Boy Can Survive

13. Honky Tonkin'

14. If Heaven Ain't A Lot Like Dixie

15. The American Dream

16. Gonna Go Huntin' Tonight

17. Leave Them Boys Alone

18. Queen Of My Heart

Disc 2

1. The Conversation (Feat. Waylon Jennings)

2. Man Of Steel

3. Attitude Adjustment

4. All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight

5. Major Moves

6. I'm For Love

7. This Ain't Dallas

8. Ain't Misbehavin'

9. Country State Of Mind

10. Mind Your Own Business (Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire & Tom Petty)

11. Born To Boogie

12. Heaven Can't Be Found

13. Young Country

14. If The South Woulda Won

15. My Name Is Bocephus

16. There's A Tear In My Beer (Feat. Hank Williams)

17. Good Friends, Good Whiskey, Good Lovin'

18. Stoned At The Jukebox (Remix)

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Track List: A Country Boy Can Survive [Single]

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Track List: Angels Are Hard To Find (From The Motion Picture "Gravity") (Single)

1. Angels Are Hard To Find

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Track List: Are You Ready For The Country (Single)

1. Are You Ready For The Country (Feat. Eric Church)

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Track List: Hank Jr. Sings Hank Sr.

1. There's A Tear In My Beer (feat. Hank Williams)

2. Kaw-Liga

3. Ramblin' Man

4. Honky Tonkin'

5. Move It On Over

6. Low Down Blues

7. Mind Your Own Business (feat. Reba McEntire, Tom Petty & Willie Nelson)

8. You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)

9. Long Gone Lonesome Blues

10. If The Good Lord's Willin' (And The Creeks Don't Rise)

11. Never Again (Will I Knock On Your Door)

12. Family Tradition / Hey, Good Lookin' (Live)

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Track List: I'm Gonna Get Drunk And Play Hank Williams (Single)

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Track List: It's About Time

1. Are You Ready For The Country (Feat. Eric Church)

2. Club U.S.A.

3. God Fearin' Man

4. Those Days Are Gone

5. Dress Like An Icon

6. God And Guns

7. Just Call Me Hank

8. Mental Revenge

9. It's About Time

10. The Party's On

11. Wrapped Up, Tangled Up In Jesus (God's Got It)

12. Born To Boogie (Feat. Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore & Brad Paisley)

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Track List: McCain Palin Tradition (Single)

1. McCain Palin Tradition

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BG
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Hanks the best
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i know exactly what he is singing about; b/c all my rowdy friends have settled down, but i still love them all and just wish i had one more time with them all again!
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Hank is one of the best singers love his music and what he stands for
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I have a guu
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When ever your house party needs a boost of moral slide in a hank CD he will surly lively things up
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Seen him in concert on June 18 in Southern Illinois...H e is still AMAZING!
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Hank Jr will always be the Man. Period.
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Will always be the Man. Period.
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Hi
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Love Hank always will if y'all don't like Hank u can kiss my a**���������
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Don't think so, Travis. Hank Jr and Hank III are outlaws. F**k Kid Rock
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Hank jr and kid rock suck Hank 3 is a real outlaw.
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There all the best singers of all time
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Old is better than new
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Bocephus is the best
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I Love All Of Hank Williams Jr songs
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Our country and its politicians (both sides) should have such heart and soul as old JR! Maybe we could get back being great again! And yes, I'm an oldie and proud of it!
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Gotta love ole Hank Jr
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:):):):):):) : )
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TKO - a Blues man who's already Gone.. You was surely sinking came up to go back down... HEY BABY I LOVE YOU, HEY BABY I NEED YOU,
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great song
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It's the best
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Country. State. Of. Mind. The only way to live.
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Hank Jr. Is the music that every true country boy won't go with out I listen to him every day. A country boy can survive
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Bocephus coolest name Eva!!! Badass songs!!!!
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Jr is the man!
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I love me some Hank Williams
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Bar rm. jamming !! lol
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Hell yea
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love you
love all your song

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country boy can survive is the best song on earth
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I like his music
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Are you the son of the legend Hank Williams?!
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Truly God given talent like Hank is a rarity these days. God bless the one making this beautiful music.
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My jam u have a shotgun and a 4 ×4 to.
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I would of like.to been able to meet him SHAKE HIS HAND
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Love your songs so much!!!!!!
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I love your names want to use the real name
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If only David wedding was in office at the time no children would be scarred for life so please vote on whether or not I have a good time with my baby's
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Be respectful to the truth be a good man to your mother and your brother and your daddy and your answer and girlfriend and my baby sister
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No one can get the hang of this page
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No a good country boy cares about his wife and kids and family members
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It's called living in the u s a In a country state of mind. Honestly. Period !!
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lol
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A country boy can survive all it takes is Bocephes To remind me. Every. Morning. Hold your head up. And. Go. Period. !!!!!!!
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they CAN survive!!!!
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He talks like dollar a gallon gas is too high! GOD I'd trade with him!!
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Greatest country song of all time!
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And all my Rowdy friends has settle down as well Hank Jr. cant wait to see you in Oregon
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