Following his father's death, Hank Jr. was influenced musically by Johnny Cash, Earl Scruggs, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Starting at the young age of 8-years-old, Hank Jr. began performing his father's songs.
When he was 15, he made his recording debut with "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" and went on to record an album of duets with past recordings of his father.
In the 1970s, Hank Jr. began to pursue a different musical direction, which was quite unlike his father's music.
He has since become a legend in his own right and an inspiration to many musicians in the industry. Although he has an impressive repertoire of his own music, he still continues to cover his dad's music.
Let's take a look at the top 7 times he sang his father's songs!