A rare piece of country music history was resurrected from the archives with the surfacing of legend Hank Williams' iconic "Hey Good Lookin'."
Only a few televised performance of Williams performing "Hey Good Lookin'" exist due to the singers untimely death the year following. The song has been covered an abundance of times including renditions by George Jones, Johnny Cash, and many more.
Recorded in March of 1951 at Castle Studio in Nashville, "Hey Good Lookin'" was released in June that same year and quickly soared the country chart to No.1. The song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame five decades later in 2001.
You can watch his live performance in the video below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!
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