While many listeners will be drawn to the more politically-charged songs Hank Williams Jr. delivers on his new album Old School, New Rules, that could mean missing out on some of the coolest and most important tunes on the lyrically and musically diverse project.
"Old School," for instance, tells Hank Jr.'s history and helps fans old and new put into perspective how a young man living in the home of the legendary Hank Williams grew up. When he sings, "I remember a young Johnny Cash waiting in the wings, 'cause he'd hand me his cigarette when he'd go out to sing," there are few in Nashville who can deliver that line with the ring of truth Bocephus can.
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