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Hank Williams Jr
Randall Hank Williams was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on May 26, 1949. Williams’ father, Hank Williams, was a country music singer and songwriter who had a major influence on his son’s career.

All Country & Folk Events

Total: 12
Thu
Jul 25 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr.
Bethel Woods Center For The Arts Bethel , NY
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Fri
Jul 26 8:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr.
Hard Rock Live At Etess Arena Atlantic City , NJ
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Sat
Sep 14 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr.
T-Mobile Center Kansas City , MO
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Fri
Nov 22 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr.
Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln , NE
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Sat
Aug 10 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr. & Whiskey Myers
Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Virginia Beach , VA
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Fri
Aug 23 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr. & Whiskey Myers
Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs , NY
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Sat
Aug 24 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr. & Whiskey Myers
Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview Syracuse , NY
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Thu
Nov 7 7:00 PM
Hondo Rodeo Fest: Hank Williams Jr.
Chase Field Phoenix , AZ
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Fri
Aug 9 7:00 PM
Hank Williams Jr. & Old Crow Medicine Show
PNC Music Pavilion - Charlotte Charlotte , NC
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Fri
Aug 16 7:00 PM
Family Traditions - Tribute to Hank Williams Jr
J.D. Legends Franklin , OH
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Fri
Sep 13 TBA
Born & Raised Festival: Cody Johnson, Hank Williams Jr. & Koe Wetzel - 3 Day Pass
Pryor Creek Festival Grounds Pryor , OK
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Fri
Sep 13 TBA
Born and Raised Music Festival: Cody Johnson, Koe Wetzel, Midland & Hank Williams Jr. - 3 Day Pass
Pryor Creek Country Music Festival Pryor , OK
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About Hank Williams Jr

Early Life

Hank Jr was raised by his mother Audrey Sheppard Williams after his father’s untimely death when he was only three years old. As a child, Williams Jr would often sing with his father’s band and made his stage debut at the age of eight. He attended high school in Nashville, Tennessee and after graduating, he briefly attended college before dropping out to pursue a career in music.

Personal Life

In 1972, Williams married his first wife, Gwen Yeargain. The couple had one child together, Shelton Hank Williams, after which they divorced in 1977. In 1975, he suffered a severe fall from Ajax Peak in Montana, which left him with facial paralysis and ended his career as a performer for several years. Williams married his second wife, Becky White, in 1978. The couple has two daughters, Holly and Hilary, before divorcing in 1983. In 1990, he married his third wife, Mary Jane. They have two children together, Katherine and Samuel. The couple remained married until Mary Jane’s death in 2022.

Career

Williams’ musical career began when he was a child, singing and playing guitar with his father’s band. He released his first single, “Long Gone Lonesome Blues”, in 1964. In 1964, he released his first album, Hank Williams Jr. Sings the Songs of Hank Williams. The album was a commercial success, reaching number one on the Billboard Country Albums chart.

In 1964, Williams released his second album, Your Cheatin’ Heart. The album was a tribute to his father, who had died. The album was a huge success, spending eight weeks at the top of the Country charts and selling over a million copies. The album’s success propelled Williams to stardom.

In 1964, Williams released his second album, Your Cheatin’ Heart. The album was a tribute to his father, who had died. The album was a huge success, spending eight weeks at the top of the Country charts and selling over a million copies. The album’s success propelled Williams to stardom. In the 1970s, he entered rehab for alcohol abuse and his record sales declined.

Williams released a string of successful albums throughout the 1960s and 1970s, including Hank Williams Jr. Sings the Songs of Hank Williams (1965), which won a Grammy Award; Living Proof (1972), which was certified gold; and Hank Williams Jr. and Friends (1975). He also had a number of hit singles, including “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight” (1984), which was used as the opening theme song for Monday Night Football.

In the 1990s, Williams’ career rebounded with the release of Lone Wolf (1990), which was certified Gold and produced the hit singles “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” and “Good Friends, Good Whiskey, Good Lovin’”. He has continued to release new albums and tours regularly, and his latest album, Rich White Honky Blues, was released in 2022.

Discography

  • Hank Williams Jr. Sings the Songs of Hank Williams (1964)
  • Your Cheatin’ Heart (1964)
  • Connie Francis and Hank Williams Jr. Sing Great Country Favorites (1964)
  • Ballads of the Hills and Plains (1965)
  • Blues My Name (1965)
  • Country Shadows (1966)
  • A Time to Sing (1967)
  • My Own Way (1967)
  • My Songs (1967)
  • Luke The Drifter Jr. (1968)
  • Songs My Father Left Me (1969)
  • Luke the Drifter Jr. Vol. 2 (1969)
  • Live at Cobo Hall (1969)
  • Sunday Morning (1969)
  • Removing The Shadow (1970)
  • Luke the Drifter Jr. Vol. 3 (1970)
  • Singing My Songs: Johnny Cash (1970)
  • I’ve Got a Right To Cry (1971)
  • Sweet Dreams (1971)
  • All for the Love of Sunshine (1971)
  • Whole Lotta Loving (1972)
  • Eleven Roses (1972)
  • After You, Pride’s Not Hard to Swallow (1973)
  • Living Proof (1974)
  • The Last Love Song (1974)
  • Bocephus (1975)
  • Hank Williams Jr. and Friends (1975)
  • One Night Stands (1977)
  • The New South (1977)
  • Family Tradition (1979)
  • Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound (1979)
  • Habits Old and New (1980)
  • Rowdy (1981)
  • The Pressure Is On (1981)
  • High Notes (1982)
  • Strong Stuff (1983)
  • Man of Steel (1983)
  • Major Moves (1984)
  • Five-O (1985)
  • Montana Cafe (1986)
  • Hank Live (1987)
  • Born to Boogie (1987)
  • Wild Streak (1988)
  • Lone Wolf (1990)
  • Pure Hank (1991)
  • Maverick (1992)
  • Out of Left Field (1993)
  • Hog Wild (1995)
  • A.K.A. Wham Bam Sam (1996)
  • Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts (1996)
  • Stormy (1999)
  • The Almeria Club Recordings (2002)
  • I’m One of You (2003)
  • 127 Rose Avenue (2009)
  • Old School New Rules (2012)
  • It’s About Time (2016)
  • Rich White Honky Blues (2022)

Awards and Nominations

  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Rolling Stone
  • Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • CMT Music Awards
  • Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
  • Emmy
  • TNN/Music City News
  • Academy of Country Music
  • Country Music Association
  • Grammy Awards