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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.