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Hank Williams Jr. Biography

Alternatively known as Bocephus, Hank Williams Jr. is an American singer-songwriter and musician widely recognized as the country sensation known for his hit song, “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” which was the opening theme for Monday Night Football from 1989 to 2011.
He’s also known for his musical style, often considered a mixture of Southern rock, blues, and country. For over 50 years, Williams has received many awards and distinctions including 8 Grammy Awards, 25 Country Music Academy, 11 Country Music Association, and 4 Emmy Awards.
Williams is also remembered as the son of the late country music pioneer Hank Williams, Jett Williams’ half-brother, the father of two famous singers, Hank Williams III and Holly Williams, and a late daughter named Katherine Williams-Dunning who died in a car accident Saturday night in Tennessee on June 13, 2020.

Hank Williams Jr. Biography

Hank Williams Jr. Age, Birthday, Nickname, Bio & Wiki

Celebrated NameHank Williams Jr.
Age71 Years
NicknameBocephus
Birth NameRandall Hank Williams
Birth Date26th May, 1949
GenderMale
ProfessionCountry Music Singer
Birth NationUnited States
Place Of BirthShreveport, Louisiana
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
HoroscopeGemini
Famous ForHis hit song, “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” which served as the opening theme for Monday Night Football from 1989 to 2011.
Best Known ForSon of late country music legend Hank Williams.
FatherHank Williams
MotherAudrey Williams
Siblings2(half-siblings)
BrothersJett Williams
SistersLycretia Williams
High SchoolJohn Overton High School
Career StartIn 1964 with his recording debut with “Long Gone Lonesome Blues”.
Marital StatusMarried
Married Date1990
SpouseGwen Yeargain(1971-1977), Becky White(1977-1983), Mary Jane Thomas(1990-present)
Children5
SonShelton Hank Williams and Sam Williams
DaughterHilary Williams, Holy Williams and Katherine Williams-Dunning(1993-2020)
Net Worth$60 million
Body Build/TypeAverage
Height5ft. 11inch.(1.80m)
Weight94 kg
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBrown
Sexual OrientationStraight
ReligionChristianity

Hank Williams Jr. Education

  • John Overton High School

Hank Williams Jr. Career

  • Country Music Singer

Before Fame

At a young age, he followed in the footsteps of his late father and began singing when he was 8 years old. 

Hank Williams Jr. Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Hank Williams Jr. is a Country Music Singer. His height is 5 feet and 11 inches. His weight is 94 kg. His body measurements are not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Hank Williams Jr. Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Hank Williams Jr. Songs & Discography

  • Your Cheatin’ Heart (1964)
  • Connie Francis and Hank Williams Jr. Sing Great Country Favorites (1964)
  • Ballads of the Hills and Plains (1965)
  • Blues My Name (1965)
  • A Time to Sing (1967)
  • Songs My Father Left Me (1969)
  • Luke the Drifter Jr. Vol. 2 (1969)
  • Live at Cobo Hall (1969)
  • Sunday Morning (1969)
  • One Night Stands (1971)
  • After You, Pride’s Not Hard to Swallow (1973)
  • Hank Williams Jr. and Friends (1975)
  • The New South (1977)
  • Family Tradition (1979)
  • Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound (1979)
  • Habits Old and New (1980)
  • Rowdy (1981)
  • The Pressure Is On (1981)
  • High Notes (1982)
  • Strong Stuff (1983)
  • Man of Steel (1983)
  • Major Moves (1984)
  • Five-O (1985)
  • Montana Cafe (1986)
  • Hank Live (1987)
  • Born to Boogie (1987)
  • Wild Streak (1988)
  • Lone Wolf (1990)
  • Pure Hank (1991)
  • Maverick (1992)
  • Out of Left Field (1993)
  • Hog Wild (1995)
  • A.K.A. Wham Bam Sam (1996)
  • Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts (1996)
  • Stormy (1999)
  • The Almeria Club Recordings (2002)
  • I’m One of You (2003)
  • 127 Rose Avenue (2009)
  • Old School New Rules (2012)
  • It’s About Time (2016)

Hank Williams Jr. Awards and Nominations

YearAwardAward[citation needed]
2017No. 50 in Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Country Artists of All TimeRolling Stone[30]
2007Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame InducteeNashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
2007CMT GiantsCMT
2007Tennessean of the YearTennessee Sports Hall of Fame
2006Johnny Cash Visionary AwardCMT Music Awards
2003No. 20 in CMT’s 40 Greatest Men of Country MusicCMT
1994Composed ThemeEmmy
1993Composed ThemeEmmy
1992Composed ThemeEmmy
1991Composed ThemeEmmy
1990Video of the Year – There’s a Tear in My BeerTNN/Music City News
1990Vocal Collaboration of the Year – There’s a Tear in My BeerTNN/Music City News
1989Video of the Year – There’s a Tear in My BeerAcademy of Country Music
1989Song of the Year nomination – There’s a Tear in My BeerAcademy of Country Music
1989Single Record of the Year nomination – There’s a Tear in My BeerAcademy of Country Music
1989Entertainer of the YearAcademy of Country Music
1989Music Video of the Year – There’s a Tear in My BeerCountry Music Association
1989Vocal Event of the Year – There’s a Tear in My BeerCountry Music Association
1989Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals – There’s a Tear in My BeerGrammy Awards
1988Entertainer of the YearAcademy of Country Music
1988Video of the Year – Young CountryAcademy of Country Music
1988Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1988Male Vocalist of the Year nominationCountry Music Association
1988Album of the Year – Born to BoogieCountry Music Association
1988Entertainer of the YearCountry Music Association
1988Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male nomination – Born to BoogieGrammy Awards
1987Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1987Song of the Year nomination – Born to BoogieAcademy of Country Music
1987Single Record of the Year nomination – Born to BoogieAcademy of Country Music
1987Entertainer of the YearAcademy of Country Music
1987Album of the Year nomination – Born to BoogieAcademy of Country Music
1987Entertainer of the YearCountry Music Association
1987Music Video of the Year – My Name Is BocephusCountry Music Association
1987Male Vocalist of the Year nominationCountry Music Association
1987Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male nomination – Ain’t MisbehavinGrammy Awards
1986Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1986Entertainer of the Year nominationAcademy of Country Music
1986Male Vocalist of the Year nominationCountry Music Association
1985Music Video of the Year – All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over TonightCountry Music Association
1985Male Vocalist of the Year nominationCountry Music Association
1985Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1985Single Record of the Year nomination – I’m for LoveAcademy of Country Music
1985Entertainer of the Year nominationAcademy of Country Music
1985Album of the Year nomination – Five-OAcademy of Country Music
1985Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male nomination – All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over TonightGrammy Awards
1985Grammy Award for Best Country Song nomination – All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over TonightGrammy Awards
1984Video of the Year – All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over TonightAcademy of Country Music
1984Album of the Year nomination – Man of SteelAcademy of Country Music
1984Entertainer of the Year nominationAcademy of Country Music
1983Entertainer of the Year nominationAcademy of Country Music
1982Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1981Top Male Vocalist nominationAcademy of Country Music
1980Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male nomination – Family TraditionGrammy Awards
1966Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Album nomination – Father and son: Hank Williams and Hank Williams Jr.Grammy Awards
1965Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Album nomination – Hank Williams Jr. Sings the Songs of Hank WilliamsGrammy Awards

Association

He and Merle Haggard recorded songs.

Hank Williams Jr. Famous for?

  • A country superstar, musician, songwriter.
  • The son of late country music legend Hank Williams.

Hank Williams Jr. Net Worth

Hank Williams Jr. is an Country Music Singer. The main and primary source of his income comes from Singing. Let’s check how rich Hank Williams Jr. is in 2020?

Net Worth 2020$60 million
Annual SalaryUnknown
Income SourcePrimary Income source Singing(profession)
Hank Williams Jr. Net Worth

Hank Williams Jr. Twitter

  • Twitter – @HankWilliamsJr.

Hank Williams Jr. Instagram

  • Instagram – @HankWilliamsJr.

Hank Williams Jr. FaceBook

  • Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/HankWilliamsJr./

FAQ’s

What nationality is Hank Williams Jr.?
American.

What age is Hank Williams Jr.?
71 Years (26th May, 1949).

What is Hank Williams Jr. Net worth?
$60 million

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