A top ESPN executive says that the sports network has no political agenda, because, for one thing, it rehired country singer Hank Williams Jr. for the Monday Night Football open. Williams performing his song “All My Rowdy Friends Are...Show More Summary
What a tragedy, and a second public loss for the Deutschendorf family. Henry "Hank" Deutschendorf was the nephew of the late singer John Denver, and he played baby Oscar along with his twin brother William in the 1989 sequel "Ghostbusters II." Hank also suffered from schizoaffective disorder. Show More Summary
Former child actor Henry “Hank” Deutschendorf sadly died of an apparent suicide earlier this month. He was just 29 years old and his twin brother William reportedly found him. “The decedent was a single, 29-year-old Caucasian male who resided with his girlfriend in an apartment in the city of Escondido,” the coroner’s report read (via [...]
He was too young… way too young… Last week, Henry "Hank" Deutschendorf — who played Baby Oscar in Ghostbusters II alongside his twin brother William — committed suicide by hanging at his home in Escondido, CA. According to the medical examiner, the 29-year-old was discovered by his twin who unsuccessfully tried to rescue him. Video: Chris Cornell's Final [...]
Henry “Hank” Deutschendorf, one of two twins who played baby Oscar in 1989?s “Ghostbusters II,” has died. He was 28. Henry’s brother William Deutschendorf announced the tragic news via a website dedicated to raising funds to fight schizoaffective...Show More Summary
One of the twins who played Baby Oscar in "Ghostbusters II" has committed suicide... TMZ has learned. Henry 'Hank' Deutschendorf -- who played the role of the baby along with his twin brother, William -- killed himself at his home i...
Nudie’s fantastic fringe and rhinestone cowboy creations became a sensation among country western stars, including legends like Hank Williams.
It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu: Hank Williams Jr. and his theme song are returning...Show More Summary
Jason Derulo wasn't scared away from doing the "Monday Night Football" theme by the controversy surrounding Hank Williams Jr.... because working on the song's too big to pass up. Some people were shocked ESPN brought Hank back for 'MNF' after…
Hank Williams Jr., Florida Georgia Line, and Jason Derulo are teaming up for an all new Monday Night Football theme song. ESPN announced earlier this week that they would be bringing back the country music icon after his six-year hiatus,...Show More Summary
In what is surely to be seen on the right as a victory over political correctness, ESPN, the ever more left leaning sports network, has announced that country boy, Hank Williams, Jr., and his rowdy, booming country rock anthem that welcomed viewers to Monday Night Football for more than two decades, will be returning this […]
Country duo Florida Georgia Line and R&B artist Jason Derulo have been tapped to help country singer Hank Williams Jr.'s return to "Monday Night Football." A spokesperson for the ESPN … Click to Continue »
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Hank Williams Jr. will return to asking, “Are you ready for some football?” every Monday night during the NFL season. But this time, he’s joined by Florida Georgia Line and Jason Derulo. While this...Show More Summary
Are you ready for some more football, Hank? It’s been six years since Hank Williams Jr. warned us that all his rowdy friend were comin’ over to watch Monday Night Football, as they had since 1989, but what goes around comes around. ESPN...Show More Summary
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FINALLY! After 22 years, ESPN pulled the opening MNF song during the 2011 season following controversial comments from Hank Williams Jr. in regards to president Barack Obama and Republican House speaker John Boehner regarding their meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show More Summary
"Are you ready for some football," with the singer whose "iconic" voice left Monday Night Football six years ago? The Tennessean reports that Hank Williams Jr. has returned to ESPN's good graces, with his signature opening and music video for a reworked "All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday...
If you’ve been thinking that something’s been missing from ESPN’s Monday Night Football telecast over the past six years, the network agrees with you. Ron Jaworski in the booth? Better games on the schedule? Or Hank Williams Jr.’s theme song? ESPN apparently thinks it’s the latter. Show More Summary
Hank Williams Jr. at the 40th anniversary of Monday Night Football in 2009. (Getty) Huge news for those who think ESPN has gone all soft and politically correct: Hank Williams Jr. is coming back to “Monday Night Football”! Six yearsShow More Summary
Nearly six years after he and ESPN parted over his controversial comments about then-President Barack Obama, Hank Williams Jr. and his “Are you ready for some football?” song are coming back to “Monday Night Football.” Williams’s iconic “All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night” intro song, a staple of the broadcast for more than […]