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"In researching a Hank Williams song quiz I discovered a whole catalog of songs by others that reference the great Country artist. This quiz is about those songs. Good luck."
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Hank Williams Jr. sang a song that referenced his daddy. More specifically it referenced his daddy's rowdy ways, including asking "why must you live out the songs that you wrote". What song is this?
Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers
Walk This Way
In 1994 a band that is more famous for the hits "Dumas Walker" and "High Steppin Daddy" came out with "The Ghost of Hank Williams" on their "Rave On" album. What band sang "The Ghost of Hank Williams"?
The Kentucky Headhunters
The Flying Burrito Brothers
Alan Jackson recorded a song in 1992 about meeting Hank Williams in a cemetery in Williams' hometown. What Alan Jackson song is about Hank Williams Sr.?
Daddy's Gone to Knoxville
Sioux City Sue
Midnight in Montgomery
Tracy Lawrence had a number one song in 1996 that referenced Hank Williams as well as Bob Dylan. What song about the passage of time was this?
If the Good Die Young
Time Marches On
Come Out of the Wheat Field Nelly, You're Going Against the Grain
"The Highwaymen" was a group of four Country superstars who put out collaborative albums from 1985 to 1995. Waylon Jennings was one of the members. He and another member recorded "The Night Hank Williams Came to Town". Which other "Highwayman" recorded this song with Waylon?
Neil Young sings a song about something that he now has that used to belong to Hank Williams. What song is this?
This Old Car
This Old Guitar
This Old Hat
This Old Woman
"Somebody told me when I got to Nashville
'Son you finally got it made.
Old Hank made it here, we're all sure that you will.'
But I don't think Hank done it this way.
I don't think Hank done it this way."
Who sang this song with its references to Hank Williams Sr.?
Moe Bandy recorded a song in 1976 that incorporated a lot of Hank Williams' songs. What Moe Bandy song talks about how Williams' songs apply to the singer's life?
Soft Lights and Hard Country Music
Walk Out Backwards Slowly So I'll Think You're Walking In
I Just Started Hating Cheating Songs Today
Hank Williams You Wrote My Life
Waylon Jennings recorded a duet, "The Conversation", with someone. The song is all about memories of Hank Williams Sr. Who recorded "The Conversation" with Waylon Jennings?
Hank Williams Jr.
The last song is about the great singers of the past and the effect they had on their audiences. It is from a pretty fair singer in his own right, Mr. George Jones, and the song asks where the next great singers will come from. What song, from the 1985 album of the same name, is this?
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes
This Ain't Montgomery
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