Celebrating 100 Years of Hank Williams

by | 19 Aug, 2023 | 0 comments

Hank Williams

Hank Ferguson and The Drifting Hotshots Perform Hank Williams’ Greatest Songs – Celebrating 100 Years.

The Hillbilly Shakespeare, left a trailblazing legacy that forever reshaped country music and led to rock and roll.

Hank WilliamsBorn 100 years ago on 17 September 1923, Hank Williams died in the back of car from a heart attack on the way to a sell out show in Ohio on January 1, 1953. He was only 29 years old.

In celebration of his life, the George Lane is featuring Hank Ferguson and the Drifting Hotshots performing Hank’s greatest songs.

The all star band consists of: Hank Ferguson on vocals, Peter Baylor on guitar, Peter Fidler on steel guitar, Cat Moser on fiddle and Jono Brown on double bass.

This outstanding outfit pays tribute to Hank’s music, in true 50s style, including such classics as Hey Good Lookin’ and Lovesick Blues.

Together with Peter Baylor, Hank has performed to sell-out shows in Las Vegas. This will be one of the shows of the year. Hank singing Hank is as good as it gets.

I’m a Hank Williams tragic and former owner of the Paramount Cinema Club where the Hank Williams documentary, Honky Tonk Blues premiered in Australia – Hank Ferguson.

More Info:
  • When: Sunday 17th September 2023.
  • Time 4:00pmm to 8:00pm
  • Cost: $25.00 plus booking fee.
  • Where: George Lane, 1 George Lane St. Kilda.
  • Bookings and Tickets available here.


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