Bill said, "Hank Williams was the original country outlaw. Not only was he a great singer, he was a prolific songwriter in country, blues, and gospel. He had eleven #1 hits and 35 singles at the time of his death at age 29. His hit songs have crossed over the charts by greats including (among many others) Linda Ronstadt, Norah Jones, Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, and Charley Pride. In 1947, Hank Williams had his first hit with "Move It On Over". George Thorogood also made a hit out of it in 1978. Kaw-Liga is clearly not Hank's best song, but this has an especially creative storyline.
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