It ranked #3 on the Greatest Country Songs of All Time. Hank William Jr.’s son Samuel Williams known professionally as Sam Williams also followed his family’s foot trail. Higher caliber of tab that will work with artists who use your UG application. On December 31, 1952, an ice storm kept him from flying to a concert in West Virginia. After an initial rejection, Williams joined the Grand Ole Opry. But when Stone died herself just two years later, Jett was put into foster care. We all went to my great aunts funeral on Thursday whom we all loved dearly, and now we are faced with another one," Williams wrote. 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Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Hank Williams Jr. - Family Tradition at Discogs. Her husband, Tyler Dunning, 29, was in the passenger seat. He has received numerous honors and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel promotes their famous country singer with the “Hank Williams Trail,” which includes his home place, the Hank Williams Museum, Lincoln Cemetery and a life-sized statue adjacent to the Montgomery City Hall. Complete your Hank Williams Jr. collection. Williams has been covered by performers such as Hank Williams Jr, Willie Nelson, Townes Van Zandt, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Leonard Cohen, Cake, Kenny Rankin, Beck Hansen, Johnny Cash, Tony Bennett, The Residents, Patsy Cline, Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Louis Armstrong, Tom Petty, Linda Ronstadt, Sheryl Crow, Norah Jones, Emmylou Harris, Elvis Costello, Lucinda Williams, Isaac Hayes, Tom Waits, and Matt Johnson. Having a dozen singles to reach #1 on the Top Ten, the list of his hits is long, given that he lived only 29 years. His father Hank Williams was also one of the most influential American singers of the 20th century. Family Tradition chords by Hank Williams Jr. 61,268 views, added to favorites 8,735 times. Widely considered country music's first superstar, Hiram "Hank" Williams was born September 17, 1923, in Mount Olive, Alabama. Written in 1949, “I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry” is listed #111 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and the oldest song on the list. Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that would place in the Top 10 of the Billboard Country & Western Best Sellers chart, including 11 that ranked number one. Katherine Williams-Dunning was 27. At this point, he realized that William was not sleeping but had died in the back seat of the car some time earlier. "So if I get stoned, I'm just carrying on an old family tradition" is a reference to Hank Williams Sr., the father of Hank Williams Jr. His father was addicted to alcohol and painkillers and died at the age of 30. Clearing him to finish the trip, the physician injected him with vitamins and Morphine. With second wife Becky - daughters Hilary Williams born 1979 and Holly Williams born 1981. His funeral was considered the largest event ever held in Montgomery and the largest event for a citizen of Alabama. He was inducted in the Grand Ole Opry in 1949, the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961, the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in 1985, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987. His godmother was June Carter Cash. He had 11 number one songs between 1948 and 1953, though he was unable to read or notate music to any significant degree. Hank Williams Jr.'s family is full of stars. Regarded as one of the most significant and influential American singers and songwriters of the 20th century, Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that reached the Top 10 of the Billboard Country & Western Best Sellers chart, including 11 that ranked number one (three posthumously). Jett Williams (birth name: Antha Belle Jett) (1953-) A love child, born after Hank’s death and twice adopted. It's safe to say that the late and legendary Hank Williams Sr. left a mark on his son, Hank Williams Jr. – a musical mark, that is. Public interest in the form of letters and phone calls led him to his own fifteen-minute show, twice a week and changing his name to “Hank Williams.” Quitting high school before graduation, he formed a band, the “Drifting Cowboys,” and while still employed at the radio station, they played for parties and gatherings throughout Alabama. Brother of Charlie Williams; Earnest Huble Williams and Irene Smith (Williams). Reaching Knoxville, Tennessee, Carr summoned a physician since there was a change in Williams' behavior. Photo by WSM Radio. His father was a railroad engineer who was also a victim of shell shock after a year of fighting in France in 1918 during World War I and spent many years in veterans hospitals. Singer, Songwriter. Country music stars, Roy Acuff, Red Foley, and Ernest Tubb sung during the service. Hank Williams’ family … Although not written by Williams, “Lovesick Blues” was the first song he sung on the Louisiana Hayride, a popular country music radio show aired in Shreveport, Louisiana.