Actor Alec Baldwin has never been shy in expressing his opinions about politics, and yesterday he took to his Twitter account to slam country star Hank Williams, Jr. for his recent rants against President Obama, calling him a “broken-down, senile, racist coot.”
Hank Williams Jr. has released his most radio-friendly single since ‘That’s How They Do It in Dixie’ cracked the Top 40 in 2006. ‘That Ain’t Good’ doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of the legend’s anger or attitude, but this uptempo bluesy cut isn’t three minutes of soap-boxing, either.
Hank Williams Jr., is the epitome of unpredictable. While his fans love his crazy antics on stage and in the media, it’s hard to put your finger on what Junior is going to do next. His most recent shocking move was hanging out with pop star Justin Timberlake backstage after a show in Mississippi.
Hank Williams Jr's new Taking Back the Country Tour beginng on March 3rd, 2012 in St. Augustine, Fla.
On May 18th Super Star Hank Williams Jr. will take over the Century Link Center in Bossier City, Louisiana with special guests 38 Special and Jamey Johnson.
Randall Hank Williams, better known as Hank Williams, Jr. was born on May 26, 1949, in Shreveport, Louisiana.
His father, Hank Williams, a country music pioneer, nicknamed him Bocephus after Grand Ole Opry comedian Rod Brasfield’s ventriloquist dummy.
During last night’s taping of CMT’s ‘Artist of the Year’ celebration, Hank Williams Jr. walked off the stage without explanation during a live performance of ‘Tattoos on This Town’ with one of the night’s honorees, Jason Aldean. Later, he tried to explain through his management team that he didn’t feel he was doing the song justice.