Hank Williams - Williams, Jr. Raises $75,000 For Country Music Hall Of Fame

Hank Williams, JR.'s fundraising concert in Nashville, Tennessee on Tuesday (06Dec11) raised $75,000 (£46,875) for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Born to Boogie hitmaker staged a 90-minute show at the venue in front of guests including singers Jessi Colter and Jamey Johnson, as well as several of his family members.
Williams, Jr. also vowed to boost the museum by donating a selection of his own memorabilia, which has been on show at the Family Tradition: The Williams Family Legacy exhibition.
He says, "I'm going to work with them and leave quite a few of these items here - where they should be."


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