Hank Williams wrote a lot of songs that he never got to record. He always kept notebooks around and filled them with lyrics and song ideas. But when Hank died in 1953, they were locked away. Those notebooks have now been reopened, and from those treasures comes a new album featuring 13 singer/songwriters (Merle Haggard, Lucinda Williams, Levon Helm, Bob & Jakob Dylan and others) who were given the chance to complete a Hank song. The production quality at times recreates the feeling you are listening to something recorded back when Hank was the king of the Grand Old Opry.
“The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams” is now available as a thank you gift when you make a donation of $36.50 (“Dime A Day” Rate) or more to KZSC during our Fall Fundraiser. Call us at 831-459-4036 or DONATE ON-LINE.