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Richard Chester Snow from Covington, Georgia wrote on May 27, 2012 at 6:04 am
I truly loved Hank Snow , his music and much of what he loved and believed in . I always admired and looked up to him . I just wish I could have met and known him. I lost both of my Parents to murder, when I was one month into my 8th year of life.I was the last of the family to see my Dad alive. I heard the shot and he was not more then a few hundred feet away. My Mom was gone by that time and my Brother was left for dead. I knew I was next , I just froze in place where my Dad had left me and never made a sound. I wasn't found until hours later and almost daylight . Scared is not the word . Because of this , I can't help but thank Hank Snow for what he has done for young children who are in need . This happened to me on Jan.23rd of 1964, I am sure he would have helped me if he had only know . My Brother did survive but was in bad shape for a while.I still suffer from PTSD and depression . Not much has been easy for me. I still live alone at 56 now.
ValebaPorriw from Illinois wrote on May 26, 2012 at 4:10 pm
Your internet site is excellent. Keep up the great perform. I am going to definitely get back to read more.
jack kane from Ireland wrote on May 23, 2012 at 10:35 pm
Hank was one of the best,may he and his wife rest in peace.jack
Greg Corricello from Thousand Oaks, CA wrote on April 25, 2012 at 6:13 pm
I love classic country and Hank was one of the best singers country music has ever seen. What a voice! Great songs too. I can tell he really influenced Willie Nelson, among many others.
Marlena Adkison from Topeka, Kansas wrote on April 24, 2012 at 10:05 pm
I will be featuring Hank Snow's music tomorrow on my Country Legends 106.9 Lunch with the Legends radio show in Topeka, Kansas USA. I visited your website to learn more about Hank, so I can tell my listeners more about HANK the COUNTRY LEGEND.
Myron Misyk from Langley, BC wrote on April 5, 2012 at 5:37 am
I was brought up in a small town in Alberta(Holden)during the late 40,s and early 50,s. Country music was what we enjoyed and the best was Hank Snow. I,am 73 now and still play his music when travelling, excellent company. His music will live forever.
John A. Townsend from Brooklyn,Quenns Co,Nova Scotia wrote on March 26, 2012 at 12:04 pm
There is so little left to be said about such an icon in Country music. I reside just yards from Mr.Snows home stead, where the Hank Snow playground is located. As I go for a walk,I often think of his life, and how he had walked these same steps as I. And each time I enter the grounds of the former Liverpool station, I think of the times he sought refuge there, because of personal issues with his grand parents. He really never did forget his roots, and Nova Scotia in general.I had the good fortune to see a concert with Mr.Hank Snow, and Miss Carole Baker,another Queens County resident. Mr.Snows music always played at home when I was a child, and continues to be played to this very day..We are all so much richer for knowing the Hank Snow story,...and hearing his music....Thank-you...
Jerry Ogilvie from merrickville,ontario wrote on March 2, 2012 at 10:08 pm
I remember Hank coming to Victoria Park in Truro, NS during the 40's to give free shows, He had a horse with him and did some tricks with it, not sure but could have been cheyenne, a pinto. Have been a fan ever since. I think he put Martin Guitars on the map, and what! no commenderative issue??? comments please...
Ray Saller from Round Lake, IL wrote on February 23, 2012 at 10:02 pm
I have been a Hank Snow fan for as long as I can remember. I am 70. You could never mistake his so I guess that is why nobody tried.
graham baker from lunenburg ns wrote on February 20, 2012 at 12:41 am
thanks for all your good work in acknowledging Hank's lifetime accomplishments in country music.
Richard Gallant from moncton, n.b. Canada wrote on February 13, 2012 at 3:19 am
I was in close contact with Hank at the age of three so I was told by my father . He explained that hank would come next door to where we lived at that time which was called leger's corner , now Dieppe. Hank would sing and play with friends all night. I would hear him sing and play on the radio at that time, as young as I was and have loved hank, his singing , and great picking on the guitar ever since. He would play guitar and sing to the people on main steet so my dad told me.What a treat that would have been had I been older at the time. I am 73 now and still feel the same about him , I miss not having him still here with us. God bless him .He's my hero of western music.
John Cullen from Fort Coulonge Quebec Canada wrote on January 30, 2012 at 5:03 pm
Grew up learning most of Hank's music on the guitar and performed many of his songs on the stage with Bob King, Bob Desmond. He was one of the very GREAT in Country Music. His guitar playing was exceptional !!
Joanne Gostick from Muskoka, Ontario, Canada wrote on January 17, 2012 at 7:05 pm
Thank you for all of your songs and awesome memories of my child hood. I am 48 years old and love singing your songs!!!
Marilyn from Florida wrote on January 12, 2012 at 5:28 pm
My husband Russ thought Hank was the greatest!! At the age of 10 my husband got his first guitar and started playing all Hank's songs. He became very good at the guitar, though he was an civil engineer by trade. One of his favorite songs was, With This Ring I thee Wed, which he sang and picked for me. My husband is now deceased but I play Hank's songs all the time and think of him. I hope they are playing together up above.
Chris from Plano, Texas USA wrote on January 11, 2012 at 2:17 am
I can't say I really "got" Mr. Snow till the late 90s. He was somewhat before my time, but was one of the first names bandied about re: country music in my native Texas as a young boy in my family circles. Well, about once a year, I get the bug and go Hank Snow crazy. What a talent. What an awesome and inspiring talent. I can't get enough, from his unique way of interpreting Jimmy Rodgers to his latest recordings, Hank was some of country's purest sounds. Forever, Mr. Snow.
Jo Anne Behrens from Rockford, IL wrote on December 20, 2011 at 8:09 pm
Today is December 20, 2011, and it is the 12th anniversary of when Hank passed away in 1999. I have been a fan of Hank's since the 1950's, and without a doubt, he is the greatest country music artist of all time. He will always be loved and missed by his countless fans.
Tony Widgington from Perth Western Australia wrote on December 13, 2011 at 12:15 pm
Its unbelievable that he is gone,but I still sing and play his songs ,they will be around for a very long time
Pam Shipleey from Ft.Collins, Colorado wrote on December 11, 2011 at 4:26 pm
I grew up listening to Hank Snow because my grandpa and my dad liked him. He was a great singer and an even greater man. He is missed dearly around the world.
MARSHA GORDON from Forney,Texas wrote on December 6, 2011 at 12:21 am
As a child i grew up watching the Grand Old Opera. As i read this story it brought lots of memories.
Melva Simons from Elk Grove, CA wrote on November 20, 2011 at 9:41 pm
Hank is one of my all time favorite country music performers. One of the best