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Hank 3 performs Monday
Shelton Hank Williams, also known as Hank Williams III and Hank 3, is the son of Hank Williams Jr. and grandson of Hank Williams Sr., performs at Live Oaks Bar and Ballroom Monday.
CMT All-Time Top 40: Hank Williams Jr.
Hank Williams Jr. stepped out of his father's long shadow to become one of the most popular country stars of the 1970s and 1980s.
Steve Young tops Sunday's concerts
Country, Americana, and folk singer and songwriter Steve Young heads the Central Iowa concert calendar for Sunday, July 20. Young is the man who wrote and recorded "Seven Bridges Road" long before it was made famous by the Eagles and covered again later by Joan Baez, Rita Coolidge, Iain Matthews, Ricochet, and, most recently, Dolly Parton.
Jacksonville Daily News
Punk music-lovin' Hank Williams III tours as a dual performer
With his name and a face and voice strikingly similar to his grandfather's, the pressure and expectations were going to be high.
WNYC-AM New York
Holly Williams: Tiny Desk Concert
Truth be told, Holly Williams brought me and many of my hardened colleagues to tears.
Kip Moore Says 'No' to Heaven in 'Dirt Road' Video
In the 1982 song "If I Heaven Ain't a Lot Like Dixie," Hank Williams Jr. made it clear that he didn't want to enter the Pearly Gates if the afterlife wasn't akin to his beloved South.
Knoxville News Sentinel
East Tennessee country star Lois Johnson dies
Born and raised in Union County, Johnson began performing at age 11 and appeared on Knoxville radio and television shows, including "The Midday Merry-Go-Round," "The Tennessee Barn Dance" and "Cas Walker's Farm and Home Hour."
Something Else! Reviews
One Track Mind: Shooter Jennings, "4th of July" from Put the O Back in Country
Shooter Jennings' debut record was an odd, but compelling mix of tunes. You had rowdy, hell-raising Southern rock .
The Weekly Standard
Of all of the giants of American popular music, there is perhaps no artist who had as brief a recording presence as Hank Williams, a prime mover in several genres who did all of his prime moving between 1946 and 1952.