HANK WILLIAMS JR 4-CD BOX SET AVAILABLE AT WALMART

HANK WILLIAMS JR 4-CD BOX SET AVAILABLE AT WALMART

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 26, 2016)
– Since he made his Billboard chart debut in 1964, Hank Williams, Jr.
has amassed one of the most prolific catalogs in the history of the
music business. On October 21st, Curb Records will celebrate that legacy
with the release of Hank Williams, Jr: A Country Boy Can Survive, a
four-disc box set that stands as one of the most comprehensive Williams
sets ever released.

The four disc box set is available now at Walmart: http://flyt.it/HankJr

Focusing on his superstar era that kicked off with 1979’s “Family
Tradition,” twenty-nine of his thirty Billboard Top-40 Country hits from
1979-1990 are featured on the collection, which also includes nine of
his ten number one hits (including his first 1970’s “All For The Love Of
Sunshine,” with The Mike Curb Congregation.) The set also contains
fan-favorite album cuts, such as ‘”Outlaw Women,” “Dinosaur,” “The Blues
Man” and concert favorite “My Name Is Bocephus,” which originally
appeared on his million-selling 1986 set Montana Café. The fourth disc
of A Country Boy Can Survive focuses on Williams’ legendary live show,
including performances of such classics as “I’m For Love” and “If Heaven
Ain’t A Lot Like Dixie,” as well as the iconic title cut – which will
celebrate its’ thirty-fifth anniversary in 2017.

Williams’ run with Curb remains one of the most successful recording
affiliations in Country Music history. Beginning with 1977’s One Night
Stands, the singer charted thirty-seven albums with the label, selling
well over seventy million albums worldwide, with fifteen of his albums
being certified Gold and eight Platinum. In 1982, the singer earned the
distinction of becoming the only artist to simultaneously have nine
albums on the Billboard Country Albums chart at one time. He was also
one of the most-awarded artists of his time, winning a trio of
Entertainer of the Year trophies from the ACM, as well as back-to-back
honors from the CMA in 1987 and 1988. His collaboration with his late
father, “There’s A Tear In My Beer,” (included on the set) won a Grammy,
as well as several other honors in 1989 and 1990.

The release comes as “Bocephus” continues to experience a career
resurgence. His latest Nash Icon album, It’s About Time, opened up on
the Billboard Country Albums chart at No. 2 – his highest peak on that
chart 1990’s Lone Wolf. The album features “Are You Ready For The
Country,” a cover of the Neil Young classic with Eric Church that
brought Williams his highest singles chart position since 2009. He has
also played to sold-out show after another this year – both by himself,
as well as with critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton.


DISC 1 – HITS
Family Tradition
Whiskey Bent And Hell Bound
Women I’ve Never Had
Outlaw Women
Kaw-Liga
Old Habits
Dinosaur
The Blues Man
Texas Women
Dixie On My Mind
All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)
A Country Boy Can Survive
Honky Tonkin’
The American Dream

DISC 2 – HITS
If Heaven Ain’t A Lot Like Dixie
Gonna Go Huntin’ Tonight
Leave Them Boys Alone
Queen Of The Heart
The Conversation (w/ Waylon Jennings)
Man Of Steel
Attitude Adjustment
All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight
Major Moves
I’m For Love
This Ain’t Dallas
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Country State Of Mind
Mind Your Own Business

DISC 3 – HITS
Born To Boogie
Heaven Can’t Be Found
Young Country
If The South Woulda Won
My Name Is Bocephus
Early In The Morning And Late At Night
There’s A Tear In My Bear (w/ Hank Williams)
All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over For Monday Night Football
Finders Are Keepers
Ain’t Nobody’s Business
Good Friends, Good Whiskey, Good Lovin’
Hog Wild
America Will Survive
A Country Boy Can Survive (Remix)
Red, White & Pink Slip Blues
All For The Love Of Sunshine (w/ Mike Curb Congregation)

DISC 4 – LIVE
Intro / Hank Williams, Junior / Junior (Live)
My Name Is Bocephus (Live)
Workin’ For MCA (Live)
I Really Like Girls (Live)
If You Don’t Like Hank Williams (Live)
Sweet Home Alabama (Live)
Spoken Intro / La Grange (Live)
Trouble In Mind / Short Haired Women (Live)
The Conversation (Live)
Man Of Steel (Live)
I’m For Love (Live)
If Heaven Ain’t A Lot Like Dixie (Live)
All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) (Live)
House Of The Rising Sun (Live)
The Ride (Live)
A Country Boy Can Survive (Live)
Family Tradition / Hey, Good Lookin’ (Live)

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