“Are You Ready for the Country?”
That's not just a question asked by Bocephus. It's the name of the minty fresh video that pops exclusively on Vevo November 23.
Neil Young's “Are You Ready for the Country” gets the pleasure of being stirred up by Williams. And though whiskey bent and Hell bound, Williams is going to Church for this one, as Eric Church and Hank Williams helped foster an attitude-soaked double exchange of talent that tore the opening off the CMA Awards.
CMT got the exclusive rights to air it Saturday, November 21 as part of their “CMT Hot 20 Countdown” at 9p.m./8p.m.c, as well as on their site CMT.com and through their “Artists App” available on smartphones everywhere. VEVO gets a taste of the action after the weekend.
Gentrification was put into focus as The City View Apartments helped juxtapose the bucolic with the urban.
Being the son of senior, Hank Jr's 70 million albums include six platinum, twenty gold, and various accolades that include “Entertainer of the Year” from the 'academy' and the 'association'. On his addition to the already prolific discography that's been going strong since the early 1970s, the single teases the January 15 release of next year's It's About Time.
“You have no idea how excited I am about this single and my new album,” said Hank Jr. “This is my 37th album and the excitement never goes away. This is definitely my best album to date.”
Lovin' the fact that these boys are stirring it up? Pay a digital visit to their website to win the guitar that HW played during the top of the CMA awards that's signed by both. Contest ends December 1.