Hank Williams Jr.
Genre — Country Music
The son and namesake of country music pioneer Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr.’s style combined country with Southern rock and blues. Who Is Hank Williams Jr.? Hank Williams Jr. was performing his father, Hank Sr.’s, songs on stage at age 8. In the 1970s, he created his own musical identity, combining country with Southern rock and blues. Williams was severely injured in a mountain-climbing accident in 1975. He spent two years recovering from his injuries. By the 1980s, Williams had become one of country music’s top performers. He had several multi-platinum albums during his career. In 2012, he released Old School New Rules. Early Life Williams was born Randall Hank Williams on May 26, 1949, in Shreveport, Louisiana. The son and namesake of country music pioneer Hank Williams, Williams was just three when his father died. His mother Audrey soon led him into becoming a country performer like his father. “Other kids could play
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