Hank Williams Jr.'s wiki

Hank Williams Jr was born May 26th, 1949, as the son of country music icon Hank Williams. Williams Jr. was born in Shreveport, Louisiana.

He professes Christian faith and produced many gospel songs that are fundamental to his faith. Williams has deep connections to Christianity that influences him to produce gospel songs.

Some top gospel songs are; Angel of death, Dear Brother, House of Gold, A Home In Heaven, I Saw The Light, and Help Me Understand.

After the death of his wife, Mary Jane, Hank Williams Jr thanked fans and friends for their prayers.

Hank Williams Jr. Political Views

William’s has been politically involved with the Republican Party. In the 2000 Presidential campaign, he recorded two songs; ‘’This is Bush-Cheney Country’’ and ‘’We Are Young Country’’ in support of the Republican presidential candidate.

On October 15th, 2008, in a campaign, Virginia Beach for Republican Presidential nominee John McCain performed a song in support of the presidential candidate and John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin.

Williams has contributed to federal election campaigns, mostly to Republicans and sometimes to Democrats, namely John S. Tanner and Jim Cooper.

He was critical of President Obama telling a crowd at Iowa State Fair that the president was a Muslim who hated farming, the military, and the U.S, and they hated him.

Hank Willians Jr

Gospel Songs

Christian Faith

Republican Support

Political Contributions