Who Won the 1988
CMAs Album Of The Year

Hank Williams Jr

("Born To Boogie")

1987 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner
1989  Winner

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1988 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Hank Williams Jr News

ESPN Rejects Liberal Label, Re-Hiring Hank Williams Jr. Is Proof, Exec Claims

The Inquisitr
A top ESPN executive says that the sports network has no political agenda, because, for one thing, it rehired country singer Hank Williams Jr. for the Monday Night Football open. Williams performing his song “All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday ...

1988 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Hank Williams Jr News

ESPN Says They Aren't Liberal Because Hank Williams, Jr. Sings MNF Open

Outkick the Coverage
If ESPN decides to give Hank Williams, Jr. a TV show to combat the daily left wing rhetoric their programs toss around then maybe there will be one conservative viewpoint to combat the dozens of liberal ones, but until then he's just a guy singing a ...


1988 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Hank Williams Jr News

Hank Williams Jr. and Charlie Daniels: Inside Their Defiant Politics

RollingStone.com
In 1979, having recovered from a near-fatal mountain climbing accident in Montana, Hank Williams Jr. made a return to the spotlight with his whiskey-bent outlaw persona fully formed on the album Family Tradition. The title track – a defiant, sneering ...

1988 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Hank Williams Jr News

Jason Derulo Teams With Hank Williams Jr. for 'MNF' [WATCH]

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Singer Jason Derulo teams with Obama-hater Hank Williams Jr. for Monday Night Football, and the trailer for the period crime drama 'Detroit' drops [WATCH]

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