Legendary outlaw country artist and five-time Entertainer of the Year winner delivers twangy, rowdy hits; country rocker Lewis Brice opens
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$16 for one ticket to Hank Williams, Jr. at Celebrate Virginia Live! (up to $28.50 value)
When: Friday, July 31, at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Pancho Villa Pavilion
Door time: 6 p.m.; Lewis Brice starts at 6:30, Hank Williams, Jr. starts between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Hank Williams, Jr.
“Family Tradition”: When people asked Hank Williams, Jr., aka Bocephus, why he must live out the songs he writes, he replied with this number #1 smash detailing how when your daddy is tough-livered honky-tonk legend Hank Williams, you have a legacy to carry (his own son, Hank Williams III, carries the torch, too).
“Born to Boogie” and play the Grand Ole’ Opry (by the age of 11) and play every instrument in the book (including guitar, bass, banjo, fiddle, saxophone, piano, and dobro), and this jaunty #1 hit from 1987.
“A Country Boy Can Survive,” especially after falling off the side of Apex Peak in Montana in 1975, where Hank broke every single bone in his face, thus spurring his signature disguise of beard, hat, and sunglasses. It’s also the title of the hit that fans consider to be his signature anthem.
“All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” probably to watch a little pigskin. This Grammy-nominated 1985 barnburner has stuck in the nationwide consciousness as the long-running theme to Monday Night Football.
“Keep the Change” so you can purchase this searing 2012 single, which showed that Bocephus ain’t afraid to pick a fight with news networks or guys who live in the oval office
Lewis Brice: this rising country star, seen on CMT’s Can You Duet, delivers “Southern pop rock…with a country Americana twist” in ditties such as the top-tapping “Ordinary Girl”