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Fern Lauria from Standish,Mi. wrote on December 2, 2007 at 11:57 pm
I love the song my mother as i had it a long time ago my friend said to go on your wed site and look it up so here i am it great.
Karen Deyarmin from Great Falls, MT wrote on November 26, 2007 at 3:49 pm
My earliest memory of Hank Snow was in the 40's when I was a kid. Have loved his singing ever since.
JIMMY SHARPE from ENNISKILLEN N IRELAND wrote on November 23, 2007 at 10:35 pm
GREAT WEB SIGHT, BEEN A HANK SNOW FAN ALL MY LIFE. KEEP IT UP
Phill Hawk from Texas wrote on November 22, 2007 at 6:00 am
Hank was my favorite singer as I grew up in Indiana listening to the Grand Ole Opery. Many of his recitations are not listed on the website, and I have several of them.
Tom Smith from fulltime RVer wrote on November 18, 2007 at 10:14 pm
I've loved Hank's singing since the 1950's. There was no other voice quite like his.
george linhart from ketchikan ak. wrote on October 29, 2007 at 6:23 am
just another fan with lots of intrest in hank
Jim K from Avon, NY wrote on October 28, 2007 at 2:41 am
I enjoyed the web site. I've been a Hank Snow fan since the 1950's.
Irina from Moscow, Russia wrote on October 2, 2007 at 6:59 am
I feel so sad that Hank Snow has passed away before I first heard his fascinating voice. I'm really fond of country music listening to Hank's records every day since I heard Moanin' and Follow Me. Being actually the Beatles fan I give my regards to Hank Snow Country Music Centre in Liverpool! 😉
JOHN AMBROSE from Ohio wrote on September 29, 2007 at 2:01 am
What a personality from an obscure background. I do not like most of country music, but to hear Movin' On you know you are in the presence of a matchless performer. If Snow didn't exist...the world would have to invent him!
HankSnowFan wrote on September 28, 2007 at 12:35 am
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Beverly Snow wrote on September 18, 2007 at 9:03 am
Hank Snow was one of my favorite country singers. He accomplished fame in his life and he is missed by his many fans.
robert m nickerson from nova scotia, & newfoundland wrote on September 11, 2007 at 12:45 pm
wonderful site! hank was a great performer,i miss him very much as a small kid in port maitland i miss the song i heard o CJLS in yarmouth at 5:00 pm Moving on his them, oh what a time!!
Roald Atle Larsen from Norway wrote on September 10, 2007 at 6:38 pm
Hank Snow is one of my all time favorite country singers. I I have been listening to his music for thousands of hours and it just get better all the time. Not many days goes by without listening to him. In my collection I have more then 110 albums and also several of his CD sets. He was in Bergen 1969 and I loved the concert he gave with his unique voice and his famous guitar style , Chubby Wise great fiddle and Kayton Robers lap steel. Great. He made some terrific recording in Canada but my favorite period is the 50`s.Like on "Music Makin`Mama from Memphis" you can watch on "You Tube" is fantastic music and can hardly be beaten by any performer today. Also I fancy his duet album with Willie Nelson which I believe might be his last studio recordings. Quality all the way.
Shilo from Dartmouth, N.S. wrote on August 20, 2007 at 7:47 pm
I grew up listening to hank snow. I adore him and i also adore the rainbow ranch boys especially Kayton Roberts. I went to see the 17th annual hank snow tribute it was awesome. Hank snow was great but i never did get to meet him cause i am only 15 and he died when i was only 7. But i will keep going to the tributes cause i love to hear people sing hanks music:)
Lawrence Hailwood from New Zealand wrote on August 11, 2007 at 8:12 am
I grew up listening to Hank Snow as he was one of my fathers greats, so we had to listen and I grew to love his music
Bernd Hartnack from Troisdorf (Germany) wrote on August 8, 2007 at 11:48 am
Hello, what a wonderful Hank Snow, Fan Page I am a long Time HAnk Snow Fan and now I finally find a Fan Page 🙂
Steve Mason from Portland, Ore. USA wrote on July 2, 2007 at 11:42 pm
I grew up listening to Hank Snow's records. I'll never forget, from the 1960's on, cranking up those scratchy records and listening to his familiar voice and awesome guitar. His music, to this day, brings back some of the happiest memories ever for me.
Dennis M. James from Piney Flats, TN wrote on April 26, 2007 at 8:11 am
Prefer his version of "I've been everywhere" over Johnny Cash's. Enjoyed his music while growing up and reading about his life history.
truro wrote on April 24, 2007 at 8:12 pm
i remember hank, when he came "home". he would stop by my grandmothers house when he was "on the move".i would sleep in the livivng room while he and my grandmother an others would party in the kitchen. hank was not a mean man,nor a pompous man. he loved having a good time. which he did when he visited our little reserve on his "vacations". i would dance for nickles and dimes to his guitar in my grandmothers small kitchen,most of which were provided by hank.there they celebrated life with mustard glasses full of wine and a cigarette in the spokes of a guitar. was alot of fun that i wasnt allowed to talk about. funny how he was just a man back then to a young boy in the 60's but when you look at it now he was a giant of a man.
Bill from CT, US wrote on April 23, 2007 at 11:40 pm
I saw Hank Snow once while I was a long-haired teenager in the early seventies quite by accident. I had tickets for a Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton show and they canceled and substituted Hank Snow as the headliner. I didn't know any of Hank's work and wasn't really looking forward to it but the tickets were nonrefundable so my girlfriend and I went. Suffice it to say, he and his band just blew me away with this clean Canadian country/folk music and songs that just cut to the chase. This was a master at work at the peak of his powers. We got to meet him after the show and he signed the back of a scrap of paper I had in my wallet. I wonder what he thought of this long haired kid thanking him for the show and the autograph. That was the one and only time I got to see him, but he sure won me over that night. I'm glad I got to see him that one time. I'll always consider it a musical turning point in life. Thank you, Mr. Snow.