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Hank III readies new CD

Friday, May 21, 2010 – Hank Williams III is ready to roll with a new disc, "Rebel Within," on May 25 (Sidewalk Records).

Among the song titles are Getting' Drunk And Fallin' Down, Rebel Within, Tore Up And Loud and Drinkin' Over Mama. Music from the new album will be heard on the June 13 episode of HBO's hit series "True Blood."

Williams wrote 10 of the 11 original tracks, did the vocals, played drums and the acoustic rhythm guitar parts. And he recorded and produced the album at his home studio. "I don't like being told what to do, and I don't need to be told what my record should sound like," he said. "I got that covered."

The 12-city Crazed Canada Tour launches Friday, June 4 in Toronto and continues through the end of the month. This event will be "an evening with" with no opener.

Tour dates are:
Friday June4 Toronto, ONT Opera House
Saturday June 5 Montreal, QUE Le National
Monday June 7 Quebec City, QUE Le Cercle
Tuesday June 8 Ottawa, ONT Babylon
Wednesday June 9 London, ONT Music Hall
Friday June11 Thunder Bay, ONT the office/Crocks
Saturday June 12 Winnipeg, MAN Pyramid
Monday June 14 Regina, SAS Distrikt
Tuesday June 15 Calgary, ALB Republik
Wednesday June 16 Edmonton, ALB Starlite
Thursday June 17 Kamloops, BC Blue Grotto
Saturday June 19 Vancouver, BC tba

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CD review - Ghost to Ghost/Guttertown Free at last, free at last, thanks God almighty, he is free at last. After years of self-proclaimed indentured servitude to Mike Curb - a period that saw III hawking F*** Curb T-shirts at his shows and encouraging fans to download his albums for free - Hank III has finally shed his contractual obligations to the man and label that reined in his diversity and vision over the past decade. In other words, III is now legally doing all the things that he's done for years in middle-finger defiance ...
CD review - Hillbilly Joker Call it hellbilly, deathneck or thrashgrass - any way you spin it, but don't think ol' Hank done it this way. His grandson Hank III, however, has developed a fervent following of fans that appreciate those niche genres' unlikely blends of country, shock rock and metal. And while it's certainly not the same old tune, his last six major label releases (and a spattering of bootleg compilations) have added new layers to the Williams family's musical legacy. ...
CD review - Rebel Within The turbulent 14-year relationship between Hank Williams III and Curb Records ends with this release, and while Williams certainly seizes the opportunity to take one last jab at Curb he also delivers some good tunes on his way out the door. He kicks it off with Getting Drunk And Falling Down, a straight ahead honky tonk tune in which Williams begins to take a serious look at the consequences of his lifestyle ("Getting drunk and falling down has taken it's toll on me/ I like living life ...

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