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September 23rd: On This Day

On this day in 1952, Country Great and Hall of Famer Hank Williams made his last recording, “Your Cheatin’ Heart”. The song was released in January 1953 after his death and became an instant hit, topping the Billboard’s Country & Western Chart for six weeks.

The song is considered Hank Williams “signature song” and has been called the “one of the greatest country standards of all time”.

May 26th: On This Day

On this day in 1949, Hank Williams Jr.  was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. Hank was raised by his mother,  Audrey Williams, after his father’s untimely death.  Williams made his debut on the country scene in 1964, recording his father’s “Long Gone Lonesome Blues”, providing the voice for his father in the film Your Cheatin’ Heart, and recorded an album of duets with recordings of his father.


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