Slain country music artist Wayne Mills will be remembered in a new exhibit at The Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery, Alabama called “Alabama Outlaws” to be unveiled in special ceremony February 9th. The artifacts were personally collected from the stage display at Wayne’s funeral on December 8th, 2013 by another Alabama country music artist, Jamey Johnson.
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Country music throwback Joey Allcorn, known for his classic style and appreciation for traditional country, is putting together a benefit album for the Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery, AL. Also slated to appear on the album are the Queen of Underground Country, Rachel Brooke, Jake Penrod, David Church, Arty Hill, Andy Norman, and Bobby Tomberlin.
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Hank Williams III continues his stint of Wednesday nights at Layla’s Bluegrass Inn, and continues to make news and debut new songs. This last Wednesday, former football player turned country artist Kyle Turley opened the show, and Hank III rolled out two new songs, “Moonshiner’s Blues” about Popcorn Sutton, and another called “Drinkin’ Ain’t Hard […]