Hank Williams Jr.
Throughout history, there have been those songs that leave an indelible mark in music. In most instances, these songs generate a new sound or genre. Music is ever evolving and changing, but behind some of the more drastic changes is an artist willing to test, push and sometimes blow out the boundaries of traditionalism.
Take a look at the artists on the roster at Tuesday night’s We’re All For The Hall benefit concert in Nashville.
“The preacher man says it’s the end of time,” sings Hank Jr., “and the Mississippi River she’s a goin’ dry.” But “country folks can survive.” Right?
Republican? Democrat? Other? Some country stars aren’t saying, but a few have made their views on the 2012 presidential election public.
Toby Keith’s new CD, Hope on the Rocks, is in stores today and he’s so excited about it, he called to tell the Frogmen all about it.
Headliners at the 2013 Stagecoach Festival in Southern California include Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, and the Zac Brown Band.
When the “Hard To Love” singer was a struggling songwriter in Nashville, he got a chance to play music, drink whiskey, and talk about the Civil War with Hank Jr. “It was the night of my life,” he says.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, Hank Williams, Jr. thanks ESPN for his career resurgence and says President Obama is “the worst” and “hates America.”
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