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sings, plays acoustic guitar and harmonica and does
a variety of traditional country music including his original songs,
and solo tributes to Hank Williams, Sr. and Johnny Cash.
County Cowboys is a three piece band with upright bass,
steel and lead guitar covering the music of Hank Williams,
Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb,
and other country music legends.
Band In Black
is a three piece Johnny Cash tribute band with vintage replica
instruments; acoustic Martin D-28 guitar, upright bass, electric guitar
and costumes emulating the famed ‘Tennessee Two’ of 1950-1965.
The Hank Show
is a five piece Hank Williams, Sr. tribute, of 1947-1953 vintage
replica instruments; acoustic Martin and Gibson guitar,
fiddle, upright bass, steel guitar, hollow-body electric guitar
and costumes in respect to Hank’s ‘Drifting Cowboys’.
Paniola Jack is the Hawaiian term for Cowboy Jack which includes beach and island tunes
as solo with guitar and ukulele backed by the Aloha Band
with upright bass and Hawaiian lap steel guitar and vocals.
As an Opryland entertainer, Jack sang
'There's a Tear in My Beer'
on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
That inspirational experience is what led to the creation
of this vintage replica of songs, music, instrumentation,
and singing style of The Hank Show.