i love hank i am 70 years i have like hank for a long long time
Never again will we hear a voice like hank's. I did often wish i could have met him. Still it's great to get the records & cd's never forgoten.
Love his sound and lyrics . I used to listen to his records with my dad meant a lot
the first time I heard Hank,I new He was a music kid,it was 1980 in frazier park california,and after a wedding fight Me a and wife went to this little village (reyes creek)and fron OIL trash to music listener,Hank changed My life: for the love of life...so long HANK
thanks for the treasury of Snow-lore! Want to learn one that I remember my parents singing on car-rides. Next time I see my widowed father, I'll be singing it for him. I have little doubt that he will recall the lyrics with 96% accuracy. Thanks to the folk who maintain this site. Keep on pickin'. Dennis
We enjoyed Hank Snows singing so in 1998 nwhen we were in Nova Scotia we stopped at his museum. We found it very interesting..It was quite exciting...
i met a man who claims to be a cousin to a Hank Snow jr
thanks what an awesome site for a wonderful man, my hubby play guitar and sings and he sing alot of hank numbers, when we got married he sand with this ring I thee wed to me in the church, we also know a guy Murray McPherson who sings just like Hank snow, murray has visited hanks grave and picks the guitar just like he does, when you hear murray sing you think it is hank snow. regards Jocelyn
We met Hank Snow in 1964, and again at his home on Marthoma street in Madison, TN is 1978. Enjoyed his songs and music, and mostly the man himself.
I want to thank you for this site as it is a well deserved tribute to a great man, with great talent. I am only thirty, and was introduced to Hank's music by my late Grandfather, also a native of Nova Scotia. I liked what I heard, from a young boy, and have been a fan ever since. All though like my Grandfather, Hank is gone, though never forgotten. A talent such as he possessed, will allow his music to live on through the centuries. Rest in Peace Hank, you are missed.
I'm signing this guest book on behalf of my father who was at one time a very good friend of Hank Snow in their younger years. My father who has resently passed away has told us many fasinating stories about Hank Snow and how he would sit on the bench and listen to him play his guitar. My fathers name Garnet Bourgeois may he rest in peace he lived to be 88 years and we miss him dearly.
We have been Hank Snow fans since the early fifties. Have most of his LP's, cassettes and CD's. Always loved and admired his great guitar work! All fans of Hank should read his very interesting book entitled "The Hank Snow Story", it's just a great read with some very entertaining stories of back in the 'good ole days' when we heard REAL country music by great artists like Hank!!
HANK HAS BEEN A LARGE INFLUANCE ON OUR LIVES WE JUST REALLY LOVE EVERYTHING HE "S DONE ESPECIALLY "THESE HANDS"
Hank snow music i love the songs this is the music my parents listened to great singer
I've been 5 times in Nashville and went 5 times to the Grand Ole Opry. Then, I saw Hank each time on stage! Great, artist, great guitar player. An example for many many country singers. I'll never forget him...
I was a very young boy and first Time I heard Hank Snow on the AFN Radio. I am 58 years old now and I always love his wonderful Songs. I am from Bavaria in Germany.
Hank Snow is a great singer, very special. Ilove to listen to him.Fantastic.Im going to get every album.....
I believe it was 1949 when I first heard Hank (The Singing Ranger) and I was thrilled with the power and resonance of his voice, together with his wonderful songs and great backing - a perfect ensemble. I still have 16 of his songs on original 78rpm recordings as well as 3 CDs and 1 LP, and I treasure them all. I am 74 years old and have never lost my enthusiasm for Hank. He has always been popular out here. I worked on a cattle station (ranch) in the Australian Outback for a few years in the 1950s, and one day I tuned-in to Radio Colombo (Sri Lanka) and heard Hank being played on their "Hillbilly Half-hour". A world-wide star.
Kayton Arthur Roberts, who was Hank Snow's Steel Guitarist, is or was my my cousin, I was wondering if u had any information about him or any pics of him that i could have for my family tree, please.
Born and raised with Hank, Thanks Dad