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Cover of Hank Williams
There are very few musicians that can profoundly touch and evoke emotion within people. It seems that these special people sacrifice themselves for their love of their music and their fans. When this becomes more than their heart can bear, we are left to wonder why they made the ultimate sacrifice. Hank Williams was such a man. A musical martyr whose demons drove him to expose the depths of his soul in his music and to experience the depths of human suffering in his life.
In only 6 short years, Hank Williams produced more music and achieved more success than most men could in a lifetime. A husband and father, performer, composer, musician, and legend, his music still influences performers to this day. Songs such as Move It On Over and Nobody Knows You When Your Down And Out have inspired generations of country, blues, and rock musicians. While many rock fans might not be familiar with Williams’ versions of these songs, they have been covered by the likes of both Eric Clapton and George Thorogood. Continue reading “Hank Williams Sr.: Ramblin’ Man” »