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William R. Felgner from Wallkill, New York wrote on September 11, 2011 at 2:54 am
I have been a fan of Hank's since my high school days in the early 50's. Hank has to be counted among the greats in country music
Tore Strom from Norway wrote on August 30, 2011 at 10:53 pm
Hi! I saw Hank Snow on stage in Norway 1966, warm up band was Willie Nelson. About 40 years later I meet his son Jimmy in Nashville under cma fest. Hank was agreat singer and guitar player. He was a friend of the norwegian people.
Dan Searle from Chattanooga, TN, USA wrote on August 11, 2011 at 8:05 pm
Hank, you were a personal friend and mentor for me during my mid to late teen years, and I wanted to again express my gratitude for your hospitality to my band and me, when we visited your home, and for your influence for us to make our guest appearances at the Opry. You were definitely one of a kind, and you'll always hold a special place in my memories. God bless you. Dan ("The Tennessee Ranger" and his Sunset Ranch Boys
Danny Eugene Randolp from Dinwiddie, Virginia wrote on August 4, 2011 at 5:51 pm
My Dad liked listening to Hank Snows music. I had only heard Hank a few times while he was alive. Now that my Dad Russell Edgar Randolph Sr. has passed there is that connection between my Dad and me and it is through Hank Snows Music. I have listened to Hanks songs and read his Biographies and he was truely a wonderful entertainer. I now see why My Dad liked his music so much. I can relate to the Railroad songs and some of his songs that were hits durning WW2. Thank ya Hank for all the good songs and I know I'll meet you and my Dad in that Golden Yonder.
Harry Fleming from Fulton, TX wrote on July 31, 2011 at 7:16 pm
I grew up listening to Hank Snow along with many other Country Music Stars. Hank was one of my favorites. Loved his voice. I swear he could make a rock shed a tear with some of his very sad songs.
Bill Mccutcheon (William) from Omagh. Co.Tyrone. N. Ireland wrote on July 26, 2011 at 4:10 pm
HI everybody I just received my summer newsletter, thanks for using my pictures in there. I am currently finishing remastering the audio tape that i done with Hank July 89. this interview is 35mins long this will be transferred to DVD so you can watch some great pictures as well. + 15 minutes me, telling how i come to meet him Hank does Halo Shampoo Ad. From Montreal Radio 1936. and surprize song taken from Canadain Transcription 1936 DVD will be ready 2 weeks. Hank and I (audio only) 15mins Bill on DVD E-mail me for more details Keep Movin On Bill McCutcheon.
Max Easter from Oklahoma wrote on July 24, 2011 at 7:11 pm
I think Hank Snow was one of the best singers ever. Max
DeWitt Shank from Lewisburg, WV wrote on July 23, 2011 at 11:31 am
I've always enjoyed listening to Hank Snow, ever since I was a boy -- some 60 years ago. Thanks for creating this tribute to him.
baxter reid from halifax wrote on July 18, 2011 at 10:45 pm
What happened to the all the lyrics on this site. They were great ! Please put them back.
Fred Hagan from Monroe Township, NJ wrote on July 17, 2011 at 2:58 pm
Thank God my mother raised me to love country music. Hank Snow is one of my favorites and I listen to his version of On The Seashores Of Old Mexico frequently. What a shame we had him for only 60+ years.
jim lane from winnipeg,manitoba wrote on July 14, 2011 at 12:06 am
first heard hank in 1950 during the flood.Been hooked ever since.That voice will never die.I'm 76 yrs. old and never a day goes by i don't listen to his records.His songs tell life as it is.Thank you for the memories !! ! !
bill plumstead from brantford ontario wrote on June 26, 2011 at 3:02 am
way back in the sixties, we had a country band and had the honor of appearing as the opening band for Hank, in Kitchener. It will always be one of my favorite, and proudest memories. He will be forever missed
Shawn Maxwell from Toronto, Ontario, Canada wrote on June 20, 2011 at 5:53 am
I love Hank Snow (RIP) My Family Raised me on Country and Hank Snow especially, My Dad Played With Hank and My Grandfather Blair Allan Hartley, my Dads Name is Len Hammond,... and My Dad Taught Me After My Grampa Did, and I've been playing and Practicing ever since,... thank you MR. Snow for being an Inspiration to my Dad (Len) Cause Now I am Picking up after him,... Peace and Always Be Safe Snow Family,... The Hammonds and Hartley's Will Very Muchly Miss Hank Snow The Great Yodeling Ranger Country Singer and Writer
Glenda Barnes from Oregon wrote on June 1, 2011 at 5:21 pm
Hank was a wonderful man. As a young man he was in Pennsylvania for awhile and was at Hershey Park Park one day. My father in law, AC Barnes, first taught him to play the guitar and they played together at the park while he was there. Everyone loved him and he was kind and loving to everyone else.
nick sly from perth ont wrote on May 25, 2011 at 10:05 pm
HE was the greatest, for sure no one well be able to touch him
S Bridges wrote on May 25, 2011 at 9:10 am
Hi, I remeber an Album called When Tragedy Struck from my early years at home. I have tried to track this album. There is a certain song on the Album which has become very significant to me, it's called the Prisoner's Prayer. Hank Snow prodded my concience with this song and it helped to set me free. Why can't I find this Album or the song?
Steve Bridges from England UK wrote on May 25, 2011 at 9:04 am
Hi, I remeber an Album called When Tragedy Struck from my early years at home. I have tried to track this album. There is a certain song on the Album which has become very significant to me, it's called the Prisoner's Prayer. Hank Snow prodded my concience with this song and it helped to set me free. Why can't I find this Album or the song?
Derek Carver from Bridgewater, Massachusetts wrote on April 23, 2011 at 9:44 pm
Hello Hank Snow fans, My father lived and breathed Hank Snow as we did as kids growing up in Halifax. No one will contest that my dad was his #1 fan and that Hank was a great performer. Hank tunes are so original and very heart-warming...a real treat to listen to! I tip my hat to Buzz Baker for a terrific little perspective and well written piece! Great job! Derek Carver
thomas neary from hunlock creek,pa wrote on April 18, 2011 at 1:03 am
I love hanks songs,he;s the best,
John Mason from Canada wrote on March 30, 2011 at 3:05 am
Enjoyed Hank's songs and signing for many years. First heard him when I was five years old (1950)on CHNS Halifax radios station. Used to turn the radio down and press my ear to the speaker just so I could hear Hank sing.