Happy 63rd birthday to Bocephus!

Hank Williams, Jr., first took to the stage to perform at the age of eight. After his father's death in 1953, he became musically influenced by Johnny Cash, Earl Scruggs, and Jerry Lee Lewis. He had several hit songs in the 60s and 70s, but it wasn't until the mid-70s that his career really began to take-off. By the 1980s, Hank Williams, Jr., enjoyed a long string of over two dozen songs that hit the top ten. Throughout his career, he's scored well over a dozen ACM, CMA, Grammy, and Emmy awards. Enjoy the video below for, "A Country Boy Can Survive."

 

 

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