Wednesday 5/25/22 10am ET: Artist Countdown: Han Williams Jr. Top 30 Hits

Randall Hank Williams (born May 26, 1949), known professionally as Hank Williams Jr. or Bocephus, is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He is the son of country music legend Hank Williams.

Williams was born Randall Hank Williams on May 26, 1949, in Shreveport, Louisiana. His father nicknamed him Bocephus. After his father’s death in 1953, he was raised by his mother, Audrey Williams.

While he was a child, a number of contemporary musicians visited his family, who influenced and taught him various music instruments and styles. Among these figures of influence were Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, Fats Domino, Earl Scruggs, Lightnin’ Hopkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Williams first stepped on the stage and sang his father’s songs when he was eight years old.

1 – Eleven Roses – 1972
2 – All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) – 1981
3 – Ain’t Misbehavin’ – 1986
4 – Mind Your Own Business (with Reba McEntire, Tom Petty, Reverend Ike, and Willie Nelson) – 1986
5 – Born to Boogie – 1987
6 – Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound – 1979
7 – A Country Boy Can Survive – 1982
8 – Young Country – 1988
9 – Pride’s Not Hard to Swallow – 1972
10 – It’s All Over but the Crying – 1968
11 – I’m for Love – 1985
12 – Country State of Mind – 1986
13 – Honky Tonkin’ – 1982
14 – Man of Steel – 1984
15 – Last Love Song – 1973
16 – Gonna Go Huntin’ Tonight – 1983
17 – I’ll Think of Something – 1974
18 – I’d Rather Be Gone – 1969
19 – Queen of My Heart – 1983
20 – Finders Are Keepers – 1989
21 – Attitude Adjustment – 1984
22 – Leave Them Boys Alone (with Waylon Jennings and Ernest Tubb) – 1983
23 – Women I’ve Never Had – 1980
24 – All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight – 1984
25 – Heaven Can’t Be Found – 1987
26 – Family Tradition – 1979
27 – Kaw-Liga – 1980
28 – I Fought the Law – 1978
29 – I’ve Got a Right to Cry – 1971
30 – Texas Women – 1981