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  • Hank Williams Jr.

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  • Audrey Williams

    American musician known for being the first wife of country music singer and songwriter Hank Williams, the mother of Hank Williams Jr. and the grandmother of Hank Williams III and Holly Williams. Born in Banks, Alabama, the daughter of Artie Mae and Charles "Shelton" Sheppard. Wikipedia

  • Holly Williams

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  • Ernest Tubb

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  • Johnny Paycheck

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  • I Saw the Light (film)

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  • Hank Williams III

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  • Chris Janson

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  • Arlo McKinley

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  • Alan Jackson

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  • Andrew Pope (singer)

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  • Kris Kristofferson

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  • Lydia Loveless

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  • GG Allin

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  • Ray Charles

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  • Tommy Cash

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  • Jamey Johnson

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  • Lori McKenna

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  • Eric Church

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  • Mark Chesnutt

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  • Neil Young

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