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[8 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

hank rocks hammond
By good time from peioria il on 4/26/2009
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Lighting, Great Sound
Too Short
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i was told hank is not that good these days, [*] he is the most talented artist i have ever seen and ive seen them all. shame on the casino for imposing a 60 minute set but hank played 90 minutes any way. would definetly go again for sure every one i talked 2 loved it

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[4 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

Hank Wiliiams Jr. Hammond IN Venue
By No more Hank for me from Chicago, Il on 4/19/2009
Too Loud

Attended Venue at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond Indiana on April 18,2009. This was my worst concert ever. Had perfect seats - center section, row 6. But the amps were so loud my ears were ringing and body pulsated by the volume. Hank was just background noise to the guitars and drums. His third song was 'The Conversation' - a classic ballad and the words could not be heard. Midway through the 4th song my wife had her ears covered and mine hurt. We could not take it and left before the song was over. I paid [$] so I can lose my hearing? This was indoors! Hank is a ballad singer and his words are the song. Hank needs to get it - his real fans want to hear him sing the words, and the volume of the music taken down. It was a big disappointment and I will never attend the Venue in Hammond or a Hank Williams Jr. concert again. We came home and listened to the LP 'Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound'. I only wish I could enjoyed these songs live.

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[2 of 7 customers found this review helpful]

Too Much Rock Not Enough Roll
By Rocketman from St.Louis,Mo on 6/18/2007
Poor Set List, Poor Sound Quality, Too Loud
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Deaf People, Die-Hards Only

I have been to many concerts since the early 1970's and like loud music.The Hank Williams JR. concert I attended was so loud we had to leave.I have seen some of the best and loudest rock bands and I have never had to leave because the volume was too loud.Not the case with Hank JR.I really like his music but as a stage act he was the worst I have seen and heard.The band before him,Lynyrd Skynyrd was great and the volume was perfect.Hank Jr.spent more time talking about his memories of he has of his dead father and his monday night football show than singing.How many memories can you have of a man who died when you were three years old.Playin clips of Monday Night Football Games on stge ment know sense to me.It seems Hank Jr needs to try and prove he is worthy of all his succes by trying to show how well He can play the fiddle and guitar which He is not very good at playing,then the piano which He can play pretty good.My wife and mine ears were ringing all the way home.It was loud enough to be in an outdoor stadium.This was my first and last Hank Jr. concert.Hank needs to record one of his shows and sit down and watch and listen,maybe he will get a clue but I doubt it.Many other people walked out before and after we did.It was a shame as he had some very good people backing him.

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[3 of 5 customers found this review helpful]

Too much talking!
By moochie1967 from MD on 5/16/2007
38 Lyn Skyn fantastic
Jr never finished a song
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Completely Unfamiliar

38 Special and Lynryd Skynyrd were great. Lots of energy, perfect sound. The back drop for Lynryd Skynyrd was haunting when it showed the deceased members of the band in concert years ago singing the songs that we were currently listening to. Hank Jr. on the other hand never finished a song, talked through all of them and changed the words so much that it was impossible to sing along with him. I have seen him in concert 3 other times and he was very good. Also alot of his greatest hits were sung in bits and pieces while songs he never recorded were almost sung to completion.

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Hank Williams Jr. Concert Tickets

Hank Williams Jr. truly is part of country music royalty. The son of legendary singer Hank Williams, the Louisiana native has been a staple in the genre for decades, and played an integral role in bringing country into the mainstream. Today, his larger than life persona persists and Hank Williams Jr. tickets remain popular items.

Emerging from the shadow cast by his iconic father took some time, but by the 1970s Williams had begun to make a name for himself. However, by the 1980s he had firmly established himself as a force in the country music world. Albums such as 1981's Rowdy rocketed up the country charts while also earning mainstream radio play.

By the end of the decade, Williams had become a household name when his song "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight" started to be used as the opening theme for Monday Night Football - a tradition that continued for more than 20 years.

Though in his golden years, Williams, affectionately known as Bocephus to his legions of fans, continues to be a large draw. His 2010 release, Old School New Rules, marked a return to form and signaled that he's not done just yet.