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    Posted 2 months ago

    Brunswick
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    Hank Williams Jr., Born in 1949 in Shreveport, Louisiana while his father, legendary country music performer Hank Sr. was on the road.
    Due to who his father was, Jr. grew up heavily influenced and bred to follow in his dads footsteps, appearing at age 8 on The Jimmy Dean Show and the variety show Shindig.
    From 1957 up until around the early to mid 1970s, Williams became his father's impersonator, singing and playing mostly his dads songs.
    Later, Hank would become influenced to change his musical direction by those in country music that were called the outlaws, like Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and others. He even severed ties with his Mother at the time, of which a reconciliation was made later.
    In 1975, while vacationing in the state of Montana, he took a serious fall while climbing on Mt. Ajax. It took him two years to recover from his injuries and he had to learn to sing and play again.
    This single you see, 'Family Tradition', 1979, would be the turning point in Hank's career for a new style and persona for him, though he knew he would forever be in his Fathers shadow.
    Today, at age 70, Hank splits his time between his farm about two hours from Nashville, Tennessee and his home in Cullman, Alabama.

    Thank You,
    Thomas.

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    1. Broochman Broochman, 2 months ago
      You have a large collection of these 45 records. I see them all the time at garage/yard sales. They usually sell for 25 cents up to a dollar.
    2. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Broochman, I see them too, but here's the thing, most of yard sale 45s are not in real good shape and as far as price, alot of folks just don't know that vinyl is on a big comeback with new albums being issued, yet, 45s are not being reissued and there are those out there that collect the older Jukeboxes, but have no records??
      As far as new vinyl, alot of people now are wanting the original song releases.
      Do I have alot of 45s??....Many.
      Thank You Ken and have a great day!!
      Yougottahavestuff, Thank You My Friend here much!!

      Thomas.
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Ken(Broochman), 78 of them so far on my page, if I counted correctly! Lol!,
      Jenni And Bobby, Thanks you two here very much!! Allways!!

      Thomas.
    4. Newfld Newfld, 2 months ago
      Hi Thomas, good for you that you kept your 45s, they hold such great memories. I still have many faves that I have held onto over the years, just looking at them makes me smile & remember the great record cos like Motown with its map of Detroit, how cool they were! Great post of Hank Jr, think the song Family Tradition was rather autobiographical wasn't it
    5. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Jenni(Newfld), Very Autobiographical!! Hold onto those 45s to pass along. They are an investment!,
      EJW-54, A Great Day To You My Friend!! Thank You!!

      Thomas.
    6. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Shughs, Sanhardin, Officialfuel, Iggy, Farmlady, Watchsearcher, Vetraio, Valentino, Longings, Nicefice, BB2, Fortapache And TheGateKeeper, Thanks to one and all here very much!! Allways!!

      Thomas.
    7. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Neighborguysfan, Thanking You Kindly!!

      Thomas.
    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Beachbum, Thanking You Kindly My Friend!!

      Thomas.
    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      Lady_Picker And Crswerner, Thanks you 2 here much!!

      Thomas.
    10. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 months ago
      AntigueToys, Thanking You Kindly My Friend!!

      Thomas.

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