Well hi Hank Snow fans! I am 30 years old and I have now started my own facebook group dedicated to Hank. If anyone of you would like to join my group you are more than welcome to do so and talk about his great music and share his music on this new group! I live in Sri Lanka and I want to keep his memory alive so that's why I started this new group and I am happy! He has always been a favorite. I certainly will look forward to seeing you! It is called the Hank Snow fan club
Hi there I love the style and sound of Hanks music I do a lot of his songs in my band and im told I do sound a lot like the great man I have all Hanks recordings and I am in the proses of doing 2 tribute albums to Hank may his name and music live on for ever god bless you Hank Snow
Today is the 60th anniversary of Elvis performing at Jesuit High School of New Orleans. On an entertainment online site, John DiTirro writes today, "In 1955, Elvis Presley played two shows (7:30pm and 9:30pm) at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hank Snow was also on the bill." This is the first I am hearing that Hank Snow was on the bill. I have interviewed a lady who was on the bill as a 14-year old singer, Martha Raye. She mentioned nothing of Hank Snow being on the bill. Can you support the claim that Hank Snow, in fact, was on the bill with Elvis. Thank you. Mat Grau Alumni Director Jesuit High School New Orleans, LA 504-483-3840
Born in Phoenix, Ariz in "47, I was 5 years old standing in front of a judge, asking me which of my parents I wanted to live with. During the bitter divorce proceedings, my mother was singing and playing guitar with Marty Robbins in the local honky tonks,during which time he invited her to go "on the road" and perform. She declined his offer, to stay behind and fight for custody of her 2 boys. After she got custody of my younger brother and I, I remember her singing and playing guitar to Hank Williams and Hank Snow, and I would sing along. Shortly thereafter, I remember the 3 of us taking a Greyhound bus back to NYC. When we got off at the Port Authority Building I was wearing a cowboy outfit: Levis,shirt,hat,chaps AND 2 six guns.I WAS THEN READY FOR "the BIG APPLE". Still have a very warm and sentimental feeling for Hank's music and how it helped my mother and I cope with those troubling times. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES,Hank,love ya. Stevie,as my mother used to call me.
It wasn't until I toured through NS that I realized how big of a legend Hank Snow is. His music is a great inspiration for me and a big part of my show now. Hope to visit sometime.
A life long fan, still playing, and never tire of, his songs. Would really love to visit the museum - did as much Hank site visiting as possible whilst in Nashville and saw him (in the distance) at the Opry. Thank you for the music, they don't make 'em like that any more!
Hi friends! I have been a life long Hank Snow fan and I am 30 years of age. I grew up listening to his beautiful music and I am blind in both eyes and use a computer that talks. I would love to hear from other Snow fans! I am thrilled to have found here!
Hank had the best voice in country music ever. I call myself lucky to have all his known recordings. I hope one day to be able to visit the place where Hank was born and lived, in Canada and the USA. Finn Baerendorff, Denmark
Im big fans of Hank Snow from Indonesian. And im proud about it.
Long time fan and glad you are keeping real traditional country music Alive... Thanks RW
A fan from the 50's
I truly enjoyed the show this year. Been 3 years since I have attended and it was well worth it this year. I did miss Kayton a lot but glad I got to meet Roger Carroll again what a gentleman. Awesome show and great people, nothing better then country music. Also want to say It was a pleasure to see Paul Moulaison again I am a huge fan of his and he is an amazing guitar player and an amazing man really hope to see him again soon!!
Loved the hank Snow tribute and was great to have it in Liverpool, Great job Kelly and staff.
we was at hank snow tribute over the weekend and really enjoyed ourselves. it was a joy to have the tribute back in hank's hometown. i really enjoyed talking to people about hank snow. i wish i would have gotten to meet the man in person but i wasn't old enough to know to much about hank,but i really enjoyed what my dad told me about him and saw his great music and especailly the people that put the tribute together. hope to be here again next year.
I have a signed copy of H's 1963 release "Railroad Man" ("To Johnny Hoover. Hank Snow". The album is in fine conditiona nd the handwriting is very legible. I would very much like to contribute this to your museum if you wold find this useful--just promise to take care of it. Let me know (320.308.5330 or 320.293.2313).
This is where I live now,but have moved on and around too sort of like Hank. One gutsy man to live the life that he did !The book about his life is quite interesting. My parents used to tell me how he would be seen making the trek across from Liverpool to Annapolis Royal and points where ever when I was a kid . Hank ,white horse and guitar would sing and perform any where and every where!
happy birthday hank and i hope you are happy with god as you both walk the heaven together. i am glad they have your tribute here in liverpool, you desrve to be celebrated at you hometown of nova scotia.
As I said happy birthday just wish I could find some videos dvd of Hank Snow on stage I have 6 box set's of his cds plus about 26 singles cd plus 17 LP records I play his cds in my car if anyone can help me get some dvds or videos where I could get them I would be most great full Bob Seal BIG BIG fan of Hank Snow just keep moving on
Happy Birthday Hank hope to come over their one day still listen to your cds and records
Although I just recently signed the Guestbook, I'd like to submit a brief message at this time. As every Hank Snow fan should remember, May 9th is Hank's birthday, and this year, he would have been 99 years old since he was born in 1914! He was certainly an outstanding country music legend, superstar and, in my opinion, country music's greatest entertainer. His myriad of fans around the world will keep his music playing forever. God bless Hank and Min.