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Aug
01

HANK WILLIAMS JR.RETURNS TO CARY, NC AT THE KOKA BOOTH AMPHITHEATRE AUGUST 30

2012_HWJR_PR_img_guitar_byDavidMcClister_lrgTickets On Sale Now!

CARY, NC (July 31, 2013) — Grammy award winner Hank Williams Jr. prepares to invigorate audiences with his new album Old School, New Rules at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre on Friday, August 30 at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.boothamphitheatre.com, and at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre box office, or by calling (919) 462-2052.

The presenting radio station 94.7 QDR will be offering an exclusive once in a lifetime prize package. This will include a guitar signed by Hank Jr., 2 sound check party passes, 2 meet and greet passes and 2 premium seats to the show. Tune in for details and for a chance to win!

A clearly energized Hank will perform songs from his new album Old School, New Rules with a vigor and sense of purpose that makes ample use of his remarkable musicality, instantly recognizable vocals, and always-present charisma. The album contains 11 new songs, 10 of them self-penned.

Jul
18

Five Questions with ... Hank Williams Jr.

acw_hank_williams_jr_imageThe country icon will be performing for his rowdy friends Friday, July 19 at Caesars

By Lori Hoffman - Atlantic City Weekly

Atlantic City Weekly had the opportunity to have an e-mail chat with Hank Williams, Jr., the honkytonk outlaw country legend whose numerous hit songs include “Family Tradition,” “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” “A Country Boy Can Survive,” “Honky Tonkin’,” and “Whiskey Bent and Hellbound.” His most recent album is 2012’s Old School New Rules.

As someone who grew up in the tradition of country music, how do you feel about the current direction of country music out of Nashville these days? Even though you were known for “outlaw country,” your sound is much more traditional than what’s on country radio these days.

I really don’t give a shit about it at all. I have been performing since I was 8 years old and have had the opportunity to perform with so many of the biggest music legends to all the new artists making music today. You have to remember I had several songs on the charts at one time, that doesn’t happen today. I had several albums in the charts at the same time, that doesn’t happen today. I think overall the music business has changed and we will never see those statistics again. I love some of the artists today like Brad Paisley, Zac Brown, and Eric Church. I think Eric is paving his way like I did. He is doing it his way, and not following what everyone wants him to do … and that is artistry at its best.

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08

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