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Just who is Bocephus? Hank Williams, Sr., nicknamed his son after the Rod Brasfield’s ventriloquist dummy. Brasfield was a comedian and Grand Ole Opry star. Hank Jr., played his first show in 1957 in Swainsboro, Georgia, along with Ernest Tubb and Grandpa Jones. By 1960, Hank Jr., played the Grand Ole Opry and sung “Lovesick Blues,” a tune his father had a hit with. You can find cheap Hank Williams Jr concert tickets here.
In 1969, Hank Jr., and Johnny Cash sold out a show at Detroit’s Cobo Hall. As of 2012, the show is still the highest-grossing country music show. Throughout the years, Bocephus has sold out shows with his soulful voice and high-energy concerts. You can find cheap tickets for Hank Williams Jr. here.
In 1974, Becephus decided that he had to have his own style of music, and not sing what his father sang, else he’d always be in his famous father’s shadow. By 1975, he had recorded “Hank Williams, Jr. and Friends,” and album chock full of a blues, country and Southern Rock all melded into each of his songs, thus creating the start of the “new” Hank Williams, Jr. The album was released in 1976. Click for cheap Hank William Jr tickets.
Hank Williams, Jr. has won several awards over the years, including Entertainer of the Year at the CMA and ACM awards, top album for “Born to Boogie,” and video of the year for “Young Country.” Cheap Hank Williams Jr concert tickets are available.
One of the reasons for which Hank Williams, Jr., is well known is for his song, “Are Ya Ready for Some Football!” that played on Monday Night Football. After some comments made on another network that ABC did not like, the 22-year association with ABC came to an end. Hank came out with a song in response to that whole fiasco — “Keep the Change.” Tickets for Hank Williams Jr. are available for upcoming concerts.
When you visit Bocephus at one of his concerts, you won’t go away disappointed. Get ready for some good ol’ foot-stompin’ country music, blues and Southern Rock — and a mix of all three. Watch Hank, Jr., rip up a guitar or caress it with unabandoned emotion. No matter which part of Hank you like, you’re sure to see it at one of his concerts. Get your Hank William Jr tickets now.
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