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The South Austin Sessions

Wayne Hancock

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You Lucky Mofos!

This album used to out of print. Only available at live shows. Now its on iTunes. You Lucky Mofos!

This is country music, that is not.

Take your Kenny Chesney and your Toby Keith Nashville pop dirge and shove it where the sun refuse to shine. This is country music made for those with some descriminating tastes.

The Wolfman

Wayne Hancock has to be the most under-rated singer to come out of Texas. I saw Him "Live" and He just keeps going till He runs out of gas. This album will give You a hint of what it is like to see Him "Live", He is the Greatest!

Biography

Born: May 1, 1965 in Rockne, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Alternative country favorite Wayne Hancock is that rare breed of traditionalist, one who imbues his retro obsessions with such high energy and passion that his songs never feel like museum pieces he's trying desperately to preserve. Hancock is most often compared to Hank Williams, and he can indeed be a hardcore honky tonker, but there's more to him than that: he also displays a genuine affinity for stomping rockabilly, Western swing, blues, and old-timey country à la Jimmie Rodgers. Plus, he also...
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The South Austin Sessions, Wayne Hancock
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: Sep 01, 2001

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