Hank Williams, Jr. Finds Inspiration In The Outdoors


Hank Williams, Jr. has no problem writing songs wherever the inspiration may hit him, and that includes while he’s out hunting or fishing. Hank explains, “that’s where I write, cause that’s what I’m gonna be doing anyway.”

And apparently his ability to write music anywhere is handed down from his father Hank Williams, who Hank Jr. says wrote “Long Gone Lonesome Blues” on a Kentucky Lake, noting, “that’s what we do.”

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