Tiller's Folly | Old Hank (Live)

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Old Hank (Live)

by Tiller's Folly

Old Hank was inspired while Tiller’s Folly was on tour through Tennessee a few years back. Bristol is the ‘Birthplace of Country Music’ and the last place Hank Williams was known to be alive. Old Hank has been an extremely popular song in the live show.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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Old Hank has been an extremely popular song in the band’s live show over the past few years since a visit to Bristol TN (the Birthplace of Country Music) inspired Tiller’s principle songsmith Bruce Coughlan to write the song.

Bristol was the last place Hank Williams was known to be alive. Early New Years’ morning 1953, a Cadillac convertible passed through an icy, snowy Bristol Tennessee. At the wheel, a 17-year-old college freshman, Charles Carr and in the back seat, rolled up in an overcoat and a blanket was Country Music Phenomenon Hank Williams. Somewhere between Bristol, Tennessee and Oak Hill, West Virginia, Hank Williams met his tragic end. He was just 29-years-old!
Six decades later, Country Music is dominated by corporate formulated, cliché, pop-culture-driven mega hits. A far cry from the honest, soulful and heartfelt songs that Hank Williams had shared with the world.

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