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Chuck Connor from Logan Twp. ,New jersey wrote on January 20, 2009 at 2:39 am
I first heard Hank Snow on a radio show from Philadelphia, hosted by a well know Philly personality, Sally Starr. Later on I saw him in person around 1949 in Baltimore MD., On a show headlined by Ernest Tubb. Hank sang I'm movin on and brought down the house. I think his style was one of the most unique of any country artist. I folowed his career for fifty years and his music is still fresh today. Last time I saw him in person was at the Grande ole opry. He still could bring down the house
Norm Strickland from Newfoundland Canada wrote on January 13, 2009 at 11:34 pm
I have enjoyed the music of this legend since I was a boy, just great, songs that tell a story. Although he is gone his music still lives on.
Jack Butterworth from Bristol, TN wrote on January 10, 2009 at 7:28 pm
My fellow Medical Students at the Medical College of Georgia were fast fans of Hank Snow from 1960 until the present.We learned the words and sang along with his records which were all in our library.He has offered much pleasure and philosophy throughout his exciting career. We delighted when he was on the Grand Old Opry and disappointed with the broadcast if he did not appear. Best wishes to him and his family. Jack
al lower from howard ohio 43028 wrote on January 6, 2009 at 6:29 pm
THANKS for al of the wonderful music
Neil E. Krewda from Red Deer Alberta wrote on January 2, 2009 at 2:24 pm
I have been a fan of Hank Snow for the last 30 years. I was introduced to his music by a good friend Robert Leduc who LOVES the music. I am so glad I have had the privilage of playing his music as well as seeing him in concert several times. His music has inspired me to always strive to the best I can be when it comes to true Country Music. I would like to say thank You Bob for showing me what true Country Music was and still is. It will always be alive and well.. I feel that we all should be thankful that a man like Hank Snow and his passion for Music has shown us the beauty that can be found true heart felt music. A fan forever: Neil
Wallace Dickenson from 185 Taylor Blvd Elliott Lake wrote on December 31, 2008 at 7:27 pm
I would like to know how to get a cd of of the song (My Mother)
Bobcat Rodgers from Caboolture Queensland Australi wrote on December 25, 2008 at 9:55 am
Giday All, I've been a fan of Hank Snow since I was a kid in Newcastle NSW in the early 1950's "A" & have many of his albums "A". I spent over 25 years driving semie's on Inter & Intrastate here in Australia "A",& some trips were from coast to coast "A", I remember a late friend of mine hateing "Movin on" as I played it for hours @ a time, whilst he was in the bunk, "A" L O L...all the best to all Hank's Fans for 2009...Bobcat Rodgers...
Maheen from Mississauga, Ontario Canada wrote on December 24, 2008 at 11:24 pm
Hi all! I have been a life long fan of Hank Snow. I am a 24 year old visualy impaired guy. I have been blind since birth. Where we come from, Hank is very popular! We are from Sri Lanka. I have everything by Hank Snow on 6 Bear Family box sets! I use a talking screen reader to read my mail and to surf the web. I myself am a musician! I play piano! I would love to hear from anyone out there! You may Email me anytime I'll look forward to hearing from you! Sincerely, Maheen.
david NUNN from HALIFAX NOVA SCOTIA wrote on December 24, 2008 at 5:15 am
Have spend my whole life enjoy Hanks songs.I Sing to myself while driving .and his songs are always part of my nite
Gerry Vorse from Hope, N>J> wrote on December 22, 2008 at 2:50 am
I'm a 78 year old youngster who grew up with Hank Snow He was and continues to be #1 in country and folk music,the saying "little note nor long remember does not apply when discussing My pal=== HANK SNOW Thanks for the chance to remember him..................................
William Snow from Spanaway, WA wrote on December 18, 2008 at 3:59 pm
Hi I am still trying to find out where Mr. Hank Snow is in my genealogy, I believe all the Snow's are related some where back in time. My Family came over on the Mayflower and went through VA to NC, on to Indiana then Texas. Winston Snow was my GG-grandfather and Williamd Henry Snow was my G grandfather, James T Snow my Grandfather, and Thurman Snow my Father. It is said we are Cherokee are some where related to Hank Snow.
Mike from Texas wrote on December 12, 2008 at 10:05 pm
I have always loved Hank's Music and I just wanted to say Thanks for this site.
Donna Wamboldt, GM from Liverpool, NS wrote on December 11, 2008 at 1:27 pm
Upon searching Hanks recordings....I can not find the lyrics to Montana Waltz. Is Montana Waltz a Hank Snow Recording? We also have other artist recodings here at the Hank Snow Country Music Centre....but nothing of the Montana Waltz. If anyone can help this person out please respond Donna
Jo Anne Behrens from Rockford, IL USA wrote on December 8, 2008 at 9:45 pm
Have been a Hank Snow fan since the early 1950's. He was, is and always will be the greatest country music artist. He was multi-talented with his singing, recitations, guitar playing, song writing and entertaining. He worked hard all his life to achieve his accomplishments and success. His music will live forever thanks to his countless fans.
R Neuman from Montana wrote on December 7, 2008 at 4:09 am
Hi, I am looking for the lyrics to the Montana Waltz which I am pretty sure Hank Snow recorded. Can anyone help me with that?
george Hill from Orlando, Fl. wrote on December 3, 2008 at 4:05 am
This is without a doubt the best country singer I have heard over my many years. I still love this old, old country music better than any other kinds of music made. I sure wish the singers of today were this good, but their not, and I don't listen to their stuff at all. I sure wish Hank were still with us and we could all support his road tours again! Thanks for this great tribute site to my hero!
Chuck Hess from Orange,CA wrote on November 20, 2008 at 1:54 am
I have been listening to Hank Snow songs since 1952. I learned to play guitar listening to Hank Snow and Jimmie Rodgers records. I was to meet Hank in Nashville but he couldn't make it. He was so kind to call me on the telephone and apoligize and sent me a letter.
Tanya King from Barrie, Ontario wrote on October 23, 2008 at 2:36 am
Hello Hank, I'd just like to say Thank you very much for being grate to my grandfather (curly king) I have gone through three of our family tree books and have seen many pictures of you both along with others having a good time in my grandparents home. My grandfather was a stubborn man with a heart of gold. I am also trying to update our family tree books, and would like to see if you would like to add something special to our family keepsakes. Curly king passed away in 1989 and I miss him dearly 🙁 We used to sing your songs and I will always carry you in my heart with the warmest memories you have given my grandfather and I. ~God Bless!
Melissa Rogers from moncton new brunswick wrote on October 18, 2008 at 2:54 am
Hi Hank, I am the Grand Daughter of an Evelyn Slater whom used to sing with you when she was in her teens. I don't know if you remember her or not. I just thought I would write and let you know she is doing well. Thanks for your time Mr. Snow, take care and be well. Melissa Rogers
John T.Patterson from Mansfield,Texas wrote on September 27, 2008 at 6:13 pm
Hank; It's hard to beleive it's been nearly a decade since your distinct has been stilled!! You were a great singer in your day and compared to all the'Hat acts'singing'Chicken Fried Hallmark Cards'that come out of Nashville these days,Country Music sure could a few more guys like you!! But your'e in Hillbilly Heaven with Hank Williams;Jimmie Rodgers;Patsy cline;Roger Miller;Jerry Reed and Johnny and June Carter Cash now so rest easy!!