Conservative country singer Hank Williams, Jr. has launched his own political radio show in the run-up to the U.S. presidential election.

The fervent Republican, who targeted President Barack Obama in an angry tirade over the summer (12), will air his views on the race for the White House as voters head to the polls next month (Nov12).

The three two-hour radio shows, entitled Loud and Rowdy, will feature news, politics, music, and Williams "speaking his mind", his spokesperson tells the Washington Times.

Williams, Jr. is offering the production free to any station which wants to air it in the weeks leading up to Democrat Obama's fight with Republican rival Mitt Romney for the presidency.