Hank Williams Sr.
growing up My father made me listen to "this stuff",
now I do it to my kids ....
>>By Bryan Moore (Sunday, 8 Dec 2002 04:19)
Do you know about the wonderful show opening March 26th at the Little Shubert Theater in New York city called "Hank Williams: Lost Highway?" It is a MUST SEE for anyone whether they be a Hank fan or not. Jason Petty who portrays Hank Williams is unbelievable!!! There is a 10 person cast and the Drifting Cowboys are wonderful.
>>By sammy (Friday, 14 Mar 2003 16:54)
By the way, anyone who wants information about the show "Hank Willams: Lost Highway" please e-mail me at email@example.com.
>>By Sammy (Friday, 14 Mar 2003 16:56)
I never really liked Hank Williams Sr. until I met my husband. He was a huge Hank Williams Sr. fan. I just thought he was some old guy that sang back in my grandparents age in time. My husband got me listening to him and I fell in love. He is now my favorite singer. I am having to do a report for school and he was the first person I thought of to do my paper on. I am now looking for all the information I can get on him. If anyone can give me some info please contact me at Ashleydawn89@hotmail.com.
>>By Ashley Franklin (Tuesday, 25 Mar 2003 18:06)
He is the greatest person to ever walk the earth he is a god when it came to music. There will never be another singer like him , the music we have now days is not country music, if you want to here real country music listen to ol'e Hank. I am a big Hank Williams fan I have every book thats been wrote about him, every album, movies, If anybody as any questions just e_mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
>>By david _gintz @yahoo.com (Tuesday, 17 Jun 2003 16:42)
Hello, my name is David and I work for Fynsworth Alley. We are a record label that specializes in Broadway and theatrical recordings and we are about to release the Original Off-Broadway cast recording of Hank Williams: Lost Highway. The show is about the life of Hank Williams and is told through his songs. Characters include Hank, Tee-Tot, Miss Audrey and the Drifting Cowboys. The show and CD features wonderful covers of Hank Williams songs(mostly by Jason Petty who has been playing the role of Hank Williams for 5 years) including "Hey, Good Lookin", "I Saw the Light", "Jambalaya", "Lost Highway", and "Long Gone Lonesome Blues". The show has played all around the world since its initial performance in Nashville and won acclaim off-Broadway. The CDs will be available for purchase on our website(www.fynsworthalley.com) right at the beginning of August and we will be offering copies of the show's poster and playbill signed by the entire cast of Hank Williams: Lost Highway. Having worked extensively on the recording, I know that this show and this CD is a wonderful and fascinating tribute to the life of Hank Williams. If you could possibly make note of this release on your website it would be greatly appreciated. Also one of our writers with the shows star Jason Petty(who plays Hank Williams) that should be appearing on our website shortly. Thank you so much for your time and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
>>By Mike (Thursday, 10 Jul 2003 18:24)
Hi, I am twenty-one years old and i am the biggest fan of Hank! I cry when I listen to his music. He was and still is one the greatest songwriters in the world. I would love to get my hands on anything that has to do with Hank, I have the movie and all the CD's but i would like some pictures of him. If anyone could help me find some please contact me email@example.com . I can play everyone of his songs on the piano and know all the words to all 129 songs. Please help me find some stuff!!!
>>By Dani (Saturday, 26 Jul 2003 05:56)
One o' the best that ever was. Never be another like him.
Anybody ever listen to "Be Careful of Stones that You Throw"?
That says it all.
Vaya Con Dios,
>>By Sinful (Friday, 21 Jan 2005 06:44)
I LOVE that song!! I know it since I'm maybe 4 or 5 years old. My father always used to listen to it.
>>By Mat (Saturday, 5 Feb 2005 15:16)
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