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Born on May 26, 1949 in Shreveport, Louisiana, Hank Williams Jr. nicknamed "Bocephus" by his father after opry comedian's Rod Brasfield ventriloquist dummy started his musical career at the age of eight, making appearances in tv shows singing the classical songs of his father, making his official artist debut in 1963 singing "Long Gone Lonesome Blues". After a decade of singing the songs of his father he was often credited as a "Hank Williams Clone" having numerous hit songs. Despite the success, he fell into depression due to his "legacy" and not earned fame, in 1973 after drug and alcohol abuses he attempted suicide, after the failed intent moved to Alabama where he started playing with southern rock artists such as Waylon Jennings, Toy Caldwell, Marshall Tucker Band and Charlie Daniels making an essential turn to find it's own style.
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