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|Posted: Mon Dec 7th, 2009 01:26 pm||
|You are invited to bring in the New Year with us and celebrate the life of a country music legend that still shines today, 57 years after his death.
Join us Thursday evening, December 31 at The Elite Cafe (now known as Nobles) at 7 pm for some great music and fun. Around 11:30pm we'll all head over to Hank's grave for "Midnight in Montgomery". Come back Friday morning, January 1 at 10am and let's gather where we left each other at midnight....Oakwood Cemetery for a wreath laying and then back to the Hank Williams Museum for black eyed peas and cornbread and more music. Members are free on the eve at Nobles and non-members cost is $5.00 each person.The cost per person (including members) is $5.00 on Friday, January 1, 2010.
Please RSVP by December 28, 2009
**If you need lodging, the Hampton Inn, next door to the museum, is offering a special rate just for us Hank fans for this special occasion. Only $74 a night. Just be sure to mention that you are staying for the Hank memorial to get the special rate!
(this is NOT included in the discount but if you would like an extra special treat ask them about their Hank Williams suite!!)
Performers this year include:
Gary Gentry, writer of the # 1 hit "The Ride", From Madison, Tn.
Joey Allcorn, Pure Honky Tonker from Columbus, GA.
Jake Penrod, Singer/Pedal Steel player from Brownsboro, Tx.
The Honky Tonk History Tour
G.S. Harper, Country Music singer/songwriter from San Angelo, Tx.
Panama Red, Singer/songwriter from Nashville, with Robert Scott on Bass from Nashville
Linda McRae: Traditional country singer/songwriter from Nashville
Remember to RSVP by Dec. 28!
contact information: Beth Petty at 334-262-3600
Hank Williams Museum, 118 Commerce Street,
Montgomery, AL 36104