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Hank Williams Tribute
Shelby & Linda Stephenson

Hank Williams, Sr: Born in Alabama, September 17, 1923; died January 1, 1953. Probably the two most legendary figures in country music are Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams, Sr.

Hank Williams is the Dylan Thomas of country music. His music figures in all I write. I was standing under the walnut tree New Year’s day, 1953, when I heard on the radio that he had died. And I marveled that one who sang on the radio could die. His “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” is so nearly a poem–well, maybe it is.

For more about Hank visit the official
Hank Williams, Sr. web site.

The CD and cassette contain twelve of Hank Williams’s songs: “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Darling, Let’s Turn Back the Years,” “Cold, Cold Heart,” “I Can’t Help It,” “You Win Again,” “Honky Tonk Blues,” “Long Gone Lonesome Blues,” “Your Cheating Heart,” “I Could Never Be Ashamed of You,” “I’ll Never Get Out of this World Alive,” “Jambalaya,” and “Hey, Good Looking.”

CD: $12.00

Cassette: $8.00

Click here to download a short version of track 2: Hey Good Looking.
Click here to download the full version of track 2: Hey, Good Looking
Note: The full track has a running time of 2 minutes and may take a few minutes to download.
Click here to download a free RealOne Media Player.

Online ordering provided by PayPal. Click here to order by mail.

Credits: Shelby Stephenson, vocals, rhythm guitar; Linda Stephenson, vocals; Danny Infantino, lead guitar; Bob Hensley, bass, fiddle, mandolin; Paul Boswell, drums; Marty Prince, harmonica. Cover art and design by Jake Stephenson. ©1997 All Rights Reserved. Produced and recorded in Aberdeen NC at Off Beat Studio. Manufactured by Oasis Records Inc.

Shelby Stephenson / 985 Sanders Road / Benson NC 27504 / shelbystephenson@mindspring.com
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Collage illustration of Hank Williams Sr. courtesy of CMG Worldwide.