Middle Class Rut Song: One Debt Away Album: No Name No Color (Deluxe Edition) Genre: Alternative Buy: iTunes.com Hank Williams Song: Window Shopping Album: 20 of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits Genre: Country Buy: iTunes.com The Beatles Song:...Show More Summary
America’s Car-Mart, Inc. (CRMT) F2Q 2014 Earnings Conference Call November 20, 2013 11:00 ET Executives Hank Henderson - President and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Williams - Chief Financial Officer Analysts John Hecht - Stephens Jeremy Frazer - JMP Securities Daniel Furtado - Jefferies Presentation Operator Good morning everyone. Show More Summary
Mark O'Connor, Yo-Yo Ma, and Edgar Meyer: "Emily's Reel." Gordon Lightfoot: "10 Degrees and Getting Colder" Linda Ronstadt: "Blue Bayou." Hank Williams Jr.: "All My Rowdy Friends Have Settled Down." Julie London: "Cry Me a River."
Listening to Nine Inch Nails’ recent album, Hesitation, you wouldn’t think that Hank Williams Sr. was an influence, but Trent Reznor recently explained his surprising inspiration. Via News & Observer: So I recently asked Trent Reznor...Show More Summary
A fun and catchy anthem for rebels who aren't rebelling against anything in particular. If Eric Church is anyone's successor these days, it's probably Hank Williams, Jr. There's no specific ideology or established enemy in Church's latest single, but it's such a barn raiser that it's very easy to side with him anyway. Show More Summary
Let me preface this by saying that today's column is mostly about nothing, which I guess is true about most of my columns, even the ones that aren't about Seinfeld. But anyway: The other day I...
The 11-piece group hits at the French Quarter club at 9:30 PM. The band features three horns, four vocalists, and a driving rhythm section. Their sound melds the best years of country music stars such as Johnny Cash and Hank Williams...Show More Summary
Pair liberal Tom Hanks and the director of the progressive fantasy Green Zone and you get... an unabashedly pro-gun, pro-U.S. military adventure on the high seas. Screenwriter William Goldman famously warned, "no one knows anything" in Hollywood, but the same holds true for what we can expect about the movies themselves. Show More Summary
Country singers have established themselves as the official intro singers on football broadcasts—Hank Williams sang the "Monday Night Football" theme for 20 years and Carrie Underwood currently sings Sunday Night Football. Well, Brad Paisley wanted in on the action, but unfortunately made a pretty poor choice for the day of the week. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
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The Williams name has been synonymous with southern country for three generations, anybody who has spoken with Holly Williams would know that her family legacy never meant that her career in music was predestined. Her new album The Highway...Show More Summary
by Alex Balk It is hard to believe—perhaps because he has been dead for twice as long as he was alive, perhaps because as one of the towering geniuses of American popular culture it seems difficult to imagine him being in any way contemporaneous...Show More Summary
Hank Williams: Lost Highway is a toe-tapping musical biography about the country blues singer-songwriter who performed in the 1940s and early 1950s, an important time in American musical history. In a way, it's a jukebox musical, with 28 Hank Williams...
Hank Williams, Jr. (feat. Merle Haggard) – I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink – MP3 Listen via Rickey.org Hank Williams, Jr. and Merle Haggard have collaborated on an up-to-date recording of Merle's classic hit 'I'll Just Sit Here And Drink'. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
THEATER REVIEW: 'Hank Williams: Lost Highway' by American Blues Theater at the Greenhouse ???½ Musical biographies are as common in Chicago as family fiddlers on Highway 76 in Branson, Mo., what with the likes of Northlight Theatre and...Show More Summary
Are you ready for some football? And basketball? I don't think Hank Williams Jr. ever sang it that way, but the questions still stand. With the NFL season kicking off and basketball fans around the world starting to hold their breath...Show More Summary
Readers continue the thread: I knew the War On Weed was doomed two years ago when I attended a Hank Williams Jr. concert in red-state Oklahoma. In between lusty cheers every time Hank talked smack about Obama, the rednecks all around me created a virtual haze of marijuana smoke. I’ve been to more than 100 […]
Earlier this week I shared a Hank Williams documentary with you. Today, let's stick around down South and swing over to Memphis for Philip Priestley's fabulous 1994 Soul of Stax documentary of the Stax record label. The link comes courtesy...
What's truly great about America are the country's many different regions and the musicians who made those regions special. Jazz fans know the name Hank Williams (1923-1953) but most may not know much more than that or why he was...
Outlaw country was a subgenre of the American staple popular throughout the late ’60s and early ’70s. Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Hank Williams Jr. helped popularize the style, as did Tompall Glaser and his brothers, Jim and Chuck, as The Glaser Brothers band. Show More Summary