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SiriusXM Radio’s The Roadhouse launched Hank Williams: Inside The Box, the new weekly show spotlighting songs and material from the 16-disc box set, “Hank Williams: The Complete Mother’s Best Recordings…..Plus!”
On Dec. 19, 1952, Hank Williams arrived by Cadillac at the Skyline Club, a small joint just north of Austin, Texas, on the old Dallas Highway. He was there to do what he did best: sing his songs of joy and sadness and praise and honky tonkin’ and drinkin’ and heartbreak — plenty of heartbreak.
The legendary artist shares his memories about his career, "the day the music died," and the making of some of his greatest records.