Hank Williams Jr

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  • Overview
  • From the beginning of his life, Hank Williams Jr. knew he would be singing for audiences and selling records. With 20 gold albums, six platinum albums and 13 chart-topping albums, Hank Williams Jr. has been selling out venues across the globe for decades. Working his entire life to honor the legacy of his late father Hank Williams, Hank Jr. did just that and hit the national music scene in the late 1970s with the release of his first platinum record Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound. The 1980s brought more success with major hits including "Texas Women", "Dixie On My Mind" and "All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)". Hank Jr. is not only a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer and one of the best-selling artists in country music, but also an inspiration to country greats such as Alan Jackson and Kid Rock.

    Joining Hank Williams Jr. is The Cadillac Three, originally known as The Cadillac Black. The southern rock group is comprised of three incredibly talented singers, musicians and songwriters - Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason.

Hank Williams Jr