It’s not a big secret that Hank Williams, Jr. isn’t President Obama’s biggest fan. But in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the opinionated country singer really slammed the man inhabiting the White House, going as far as to call him “the worst.”
As a child, he was nicknamed "Harm" by his family and "Herky" or "Skeets" by his friends. He was born with a mild undiagnosed case of spina bifida occulta, a disorder of the spinal column, which gave him lifelong pain—a factor in his later abuse of alcohol and drugs.
Cois E. "Pee Wee" Moultrie (1922 - 2012)
While a young man, he performed with Hank Williams Sr. from 1938 to 1940 as a member of the original Drifting Cowboys band.
Pee Wee passed away unexpectedly at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center on the morning of Jan. 15, 2012.
"The Last Ride" movie about Hank Williams is showing in Shreveport for a limited time. The flick already premiered in Cleveland, Ohio, where Hank Williams is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Louisiana Hayride celebrates legend Hank Williams and his music this Sunday with a free concert, and you're invited. It's from 2 until 5 pm at the historic Strand Theatre on Louisiana Avenue in downtown Shreveport.
Bob Dylan, Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard, Norah Jones, Jack White and Sheryl Crow are just some of the performers who’ve recorded tracks for a new project entitled ‘The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams.’
All were tasked with fleshing out and setting music to the words Williams wrote in old notebooks he carried with him — notebooks that sat in a vault for decades after the country legend’s death in 19
Shreveport's legendary Louisiana Hayride will be celebrating country music legend Hank Williams with a free concert, Sun., Oct. 16th. The event is sponsored by the Louisiana Hayride Foundation. It will be held at the historic Strand Theatre, which is located on Louisiana Avenue in downtown Shreveport.