PHOTO REVIEW: Hank 3 live at The Observatory

PHOTO REVIEW: Hank 3 live at The Observatory

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LOS ANGELES, October 2, 2014 — Hank 3’s lineage is based in country music. His grandfather is the legendary Hank Williams and his father is Hank Williams Jr. He has released music in various genres with his various bands. When you go to a live show, you will see it all.

Hank Williams III never leaves the stage during his four hour performance. The show kicks off with two hours of the outlaw country stuff, then he goes into his metal, punk and doom music for the remaining two hours. While some of the musicians with him on stage change, Hank 3 remains.

If that were not enough for you to get your money’s worth, Hank 3 immediately after his final song, jumps down from the stage to talk with his fans, every last one of them.

The following photos were taken at The Observatory on September 25 by Michael Fear of Feartography.












Kevin J. Wells is the Sports Editor for Communities Digital News. He also writes about Major League Baseball, punk rock music and food. Kevin also writes for New Noise Magazine and plays guitar in the Los Angeles punk band Emmer Effer. Follow him on Twitter @WellsOnBaseball

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