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Hank Williams III

À propos de Hank Williams III

It can't be too easy being Hank Williams III and having people expect you to fill two pairs of boots. Luckily, the grandson to the Honky-Tonk legend and son of one of Southern Rock's biggest outlaws has found his own sound and style. Depending on who he's sharing a bill with, Hank III can be seen effortlessly walking a musical tightrope between Old-Time Revival/Honky-Tonk songs and more snot-nosed, bratty Cowpunk songs. In the former, his voice hauntingly croons and cries in a style slightly similar to his late grandfather, but it more closely resembles that of Hank III's contemporary and friend, Wayne Hancock. Hank III also has a side project named Assjack, which Williams describes as "hellbilly danger with and old school punk feel."

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Hank Williams III

It can't be too easy being Hank Williams III and having people expect you to fill two pairs of boots. Luckily, the grandson to the Honky-Tonk legend and son of one of Southern Rock's biggest outlaws has found his own sound and style. Depending on who he's sharing a bill with, Hank III can be seen effortlessly walking a musical tightrope between Old-Time Revival/Honky-Tonk songs and more snot-nosed, bratty Cowpunk songs. In the former, his voice hauntingly croons and cries in a style slightly similar to his late grandfather, but it more closely resembles that of Hank III's contemporary and friend, Wayne Hancock. Hank III also has a side project named Assjack, which Williams describes as "hellbilly danger with and old school punk feel."

À propos de Hank Williams III

It can't be too easy being Hank Williams III and having people expect you to fill two pairs of boots. Luckily, the grandson to the Honky-Tonk legend and son of one of Southern Rock's biggest outlaws has found his own sound and style. Depending on who he's sharing a bill with, Hank III can be seen effortlessly walking a musical tightrope between Old-Time Revival/Honky-Tonk songs and more snot-nosed, bratty Cowpunk songs. In the former, his voice hauntingly croons and cries in a style slightly similar to his late grandfather, but it more closely resembles that of Hank III's contemporary and friend, Wayne Hancock. Hank III also has a side project named Assjack, which Williams describes as "hellbilly danger with and old school punk feel."

À propos de Hank Williams III

It can't be too easy being Hank Williams III and having people expect you to fill two pairs of boots. Luckily, the grandson to the Honky-Tonk legend and son of one of Southern Rock's biggest outlaws has found his own sound and style. Depending on who he's sharing a bill with, Hank III can be seen effortlessly walking a musical tightrope between Old-Time Revival/Honky-Tonk songs and more snot-nosed, bratty Cowpunk songs. In the former, his voice hauntingly croons and cries in a style slightly similar to his late grandfather, but it more closely resembles that of Hank III's contemporary and friend, Wayne Hancock. Hank III also has a side project named Assjack, which Williams describes as "hellbilly danger with and old school punk feel."

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