Hank Snow, Is amazing, and he is my Great Great Great grandfather. I am so proud to say that.
There have been a few great artists. Hank Snow, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, and Marty Robbins. Notice I put Hank at the top? That is where he belongs. I have loved his music, both singing and guitar playing ever since I first heard him. It really gripes me that the American music industry has not given him the recognition he deserves. -Emmit
I first heard Hank Snow in the early sixties when I was 6 yrs. As I was brought up on Country Music through my Father whom played and formed the Opunake Hill Billies listening to the likes of Jim Reeves. I found listening to Hank was touching and musically relaxing,and through Hank I found another singer, Jimmie Rodgers. Hank was a gifted singer and will be missed by millions like myself...
I think mr. snow was the best.
listen to hanks music all my life
Music has always been in my family I was told by my aunt Francis all the snow's in the americas are related I have listen to Hank's music since I was little my Father always played it and played the guitar and sang Hank's tunes some day I would like to conferm the connection just to do it my Father is 75 His name is Daniel Walter Snow Sr. David Lee Snow
i have listened to hank for 40 yrs loved him then still love him now best country singer ever
Hank has always been my favorite, I got to see him perform live once at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California
Thank you for this beautiful site in honor of my favorite country artist. I got to meet him and took his picture and we talked for a minute in '89 backstage at the Opry. Great singer/and guitar player and a nice man. No doubt now in the presence of Jesus. Jack
I always think of Hank Snow around Christmas time, because when I was younger, I bought an old album at a garage sale, Hank Snow's Christmas Album, with "Reindeer Boogie". I listen to it every Christmas. I'm in awe of his wonderful talent and after reading his bio, his warmth as a human being. What a great soul. I know he's in "Hillbilly Heaven!"