• Lovesick Blues - Hank Williams demo or radio performance

    Hank Williams

    Demo or radio performance of Lovesick Blues, as performed by Hank Williams.

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  • Long Gone Lonesome Blues - Hank Williams performance

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Long Gone Lonsesome Blues, as performed by Hank Williams. Performance of an unidentified song, as performed by an unidentified male voice.

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  • WSM Variety Award Presentation - 1954-01-21 (copy) - Part 3

    Hank Williams, Lawrence Goodman, Betty Brown, Richard Rivers, Fisk University Choir, Roy Petty, Beasley Smith, Owen Bradley Quintet, Hilltoppers, Del Wood, Jordanaires, Dottie Dillard, Marvin Hughes,…

    WSM program aimed at George Rosen of Variety magazine. Written by Bill Graham; engineered by Elmer Alley, Charles Bragg, Glen Snoddy, and Tom Sparkman; produced by Noel Digby. Part three of six. This…

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - 1951-02-20 - WSM

    Hank Williams, Audrey Williams, Jerry Rivers

    Recording of Hank Williams' Mother's Best show, featuring Louis Buck (announcer), Hank Williams (performer, host), Jerry Rivers (performer) and Audrey Williams (performer), one on February 20, 1951 on…

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - #17- WSM

    Hank Williams, Jerry Rivers

    Hank Williams' Mother's Best show, featuring Louis Buck (announcer), Hank Williams (performer, host), and Jerry Rivers (performer) listed as show #17 from series 2 on radio station WSM (Nashville, Ten…

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  • Hank William's Grand Ole Opry Show

    One color window card (red on white) announcing Hank Williams and his Grand Ole Opry show from Nashville, Tennessee. Poster features a woodcut of Hank Williams.

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1958-12-06 - Part 2

    Chet Atkins, Minnie Pearl, Pee Wee King, Old Hickory Singers, Marty Robbins

    Part 2 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry segment from December 6, 1958. This show celebrates the 1000th network broadcast of the Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry, featuring Grant Turner (a…

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  • Lost Highway at NTA Orlando (1995)

    Two color window card (black and red on white) announcing Lost Highway: The Music and Legend of Hank Williams Senior, presented by the Ryman Auditorium from May to October 1996, premiering at NTA Orla…

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  • Various performances - KDET - 1953 or 1954

    Harry Hanson

    Various performances on KDET (Center, Tex.). Most likely either 1953 or 1954.

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  • Various Song Excerpts - Old museum music row location - Artist Gallery exhibition

    Roy Acuff, Bill Anderson, Eddy Arnold, Gene Autry, Johnny Bond, Elton Britt, Jimmie Rodgers, The Carter Family, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Vernon Dalhart, Skeeter Davis, Jimmy Dean, Bing…

    Various recording excerpts of performances featuring Roy Acuff (performer)' Bill Anderson (performer), Eddy Arnold (performer), Gene Autry (performer), Johnny Bond (performer), Elton Britt (performer)…

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  • Love Sick Blues - Hank Williams performance - 1949-02-25

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Love Sick Blues, as performed by Hank Williams on February 25, 1949.

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  • Grand Ole Opry - Prince Albert - 1949-11-26 - Part 2

    Red Foley, Minnie Pearl, Rod Brasfield, Roy Acuff, Smoky Mountain Boys

    Part 2 of Prince Albert tobacco sponsored Grand Ole Opry show from November 26, 1949. Featuring Grant Turner (announcer), Red Foley (host, performer), Hank Williams (performer), Jimmy Riddle (performe…

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  • Lost Highway at the Ryman Auditorium (1996)

    One color one sheet (black on white) announcing Lost Highway: The Music and Legend of Hank Williams at the Ryman Auditorium from May 2 to October 26.

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  • Aunt Jemima's Home Folks - 1952-04-01

    Hank Williams, Minnie Pearl, Home Folks, Grady Martin

    'Cousin' Louie Buck hosts Aunt Jemima's Home Folks, with Amanda Randolph as Aunt Jemima (unconfirmed).

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  • Hank Williams Wednesdays at The Tractor

    Mike McIntyre

    Two color window card (black on green) announcing Hank Williams Wednesdays, a tribute to the music of Hank Williams, Sr. and The Drifting Cowboys, with the Honky Tonk Revue at The Tractor during the 2…

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  • George Morgan Show - First Show - 1950-09-29 - Mono

    George Morgan, Jordanaires, Grant Turner, Hank Williams, Liza Waters, Hank Garland

    The recording is of the first episode of the George Morgan radio show, featuring: Grant Turner (announcer), George Morgan (host, performer), Hank Williams (performer), Jordanaires (performers), Liza W…

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  • Jambalaya (On The Bayou) - Willie O'Rea performance - 1954-01-23

    Performance of Jambalaya (On The Bayou), written by Hank Williams, and performed by Willie O'Rea.

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - 1951-01-19 - WSM

    Hank Williams, Audrey Williams

    Recordings of Hank Williams' Mother's Best show, featuring Louis Buck (announcer), Hank Williams (performer, host), and Audrey Williams (performer), on January 19, 1951 on radio station WSM (Nashville…

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