Country icon and legend Hank Williams Jr. played the Marks & Harrison Amphitheater at Celebrate Virginia After Hours on Saturday night.
Singer, song writer Alex Williams took the stage first to get the crowd warmed up. Alex is set to release his debut album later this year. You can keep up with news and tour dates HERE.
With a career spanning over 50 years and 39 studio albums under his belt, Hank Williams Jr. had plenty of material to put together his hour and 15 minute set. Playing crowd favorites like, “If Heaven Ain’t A Lot Like Dixie,” “Outlaw Women,” “Kaw-Liga,” and “A Country Boy Can Survive,” Hank kept the crowd of over 3500 on their feet and dancing in the aisles. During the night’s performance Hank showcased how talented of a musician he is when he took to the piano for “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” wowed fans with his performance on the fiddle, and played an acoustic medley that consisted of songs like, “All My Rowdy Friends Have Settled Down,” “There’s A Tear In My Beer,” “Good Ol’ Boys,” “I Walk The Line,” and “Redneck Paradise”.
Hank Williams Jr. is a true performer and at 68 years old still has plenty left in the tank to entertain his fans.
Fans can keep up with Hank at his website by clicking HERE.