• Someday You'll Call My Name - Hank Williams performance

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Someday You'll Call My Name, as performed by Hank Williams. This recording is most likely from the Johnnie Fair Syrup broadcast on KWKH Shreveport, La.

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  • Drifting Cowboys at Hitching Post #2 (19426)

    One color window card (red on brown) announcing the Nashville Music Story featuring the only known film of Hank Williams, and the Drifting Cowboys in concert at Hitching Post #2 on January 20. Poster…

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  • Hank Williams Birthday Bash Barn Dance

    Two color window card (black and red on white) announcing the Barn Dance to celebrate Hank Williams Birthday Bash at The Sutler on September 17. Poster features a woodcut of a cowboy and a metal photo…

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  • You Win Again performance

    Performance of You Win Again, written by Hank Williams, and performed by Ruth [unconfirmed].

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  • Performance - Songwriters Salute Hank Williams - 2011-04-16

    The Secret Sisters, Ashley Monroe, Rodney Crowell, Steve Young

    I Saw The Light: Songwriters Salute Hank Williams featuring Rodney Crowell; Ashley Monroe; The Secret Sisters; Steve Young from the Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on April 1…

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  • Jim Owens as Hank at Robert E. Lee High

    Two color window card (black and red on white) announcing Jim Owen as Hank Williams at Robert E. Lee High School Auditorium on May 21. Poster features metal photoplates of Jim Owen and Hank Williams.

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - #10 - 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 #10 from series 2 on radio station WSM (Nashville, Ten…

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - #18 - WSM

    Hank Williams, Don Helms

    Hank Williams' Mother's Best show, featuring Louis Buck (announcer), Hank Williams (performer, host), and Don Helms (performer) listed as show #18 from series 2 on radio station WSM (Nashville, Tenn.)

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  • Hank Williams Tonky Tonk Blues

    Three color window card (black and green on split fountain, orange to yellow) advertising "Hank Williams and the Honky Tonk Blues," the untold story of his life and times directed by Morgan Neville.

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  • Hank Williams Compilation by Jack Spiegel (Tape 3)

    Hank Williams

    This recording is a compilation of Hank Williams songs from Jack Spiegel of Formoso, Kansas, sent to Hank Snow. The tape is not dated. Included in the tape's box are two pieces of cardboard inserts wi…

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  • Move It On Over - Hank Williams performance

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Move It On Over, as performed by Hank Williams.

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  • Elizabeth Schlappi Roy Acuff collection audio tapes

    Roy Acuff

    Radio and television programs recorded off air in 1956 by Roy Acuff biographer Elizabeth Schlappi.

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  • Nashville Music Story with Hank Williams at Keystone Theatre

    Two color window card (red and black on white) announcing the Nashville Music Story with Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys at the Keystone Theater on May 22. Poster features metal photoplates of…

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  • Kaw-Liga - Hank Williams Performance

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Kaw-Liga, as performed by Hank Williams.

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  • Hank Williams: Beyond the Legend Part 1

    Hank Williams Sr, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff, Lycrecia Williams, Kyle Cantrell

    Part 1 of 3. Recording is of the documentary Hank Williams: Beyond the Legend. Documentary is hosted by Kyle Cantrell and includes commentary Roy Acuff (performer), Minnie Pearl (performer), and Lycre…

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  • Hank Williams Day (2003)

    Edan Bryant

    Two color window card (red and black on white) announcing the Hank Williams Day at historic Leiper's Ford including a huge collection of Hank Williams Memorabilia and live music from Homer Dever and D…

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  • Hank Williams Mother's Best show - #54 - WSM

    Hank Williams, Don Helms

    Hank Williams' Mother's Best show, featuring Louis Buck (announcer), Hank Williams (performer, host), and Don Helms (performer) listed as show #54 from series 2 on radio station WSM (Nashville, Tenn.)

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  • The History of Country Music - Volume 1 - Recording 2 - Side 1

    Hank Williams

    Country music history program with voice overs and commercial recordings prepared for radio broadcast. Internet sources say the producer and narrator is Lee Cash. Subject matter pertains to the histor…

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  • Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine - Hank Williams performance

    Hank Williams

    Performance of Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine, written by Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart, and performed by Hank Williams.

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  • Hank Williams: Complete Works Volume 3

    Hank Williams

    The recording is of a number of performances of Hank Williams Sr. (singer/songwriter). Tape is part of a collection labeled Hank Williams: Complete Works. Tape is labeled as part three of eight. The t…

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