1,000,000,000 Likes Hank Williams Jr on Facebook

Hank Williams, Jr.’s fans continue to show their loyalty to the living legend by following his activities on Facebook. Hank Jr.’s Facebook page has now surpassed one million “likes”. To celebrate, Hank, Jr. is offering a free download of his new single “That Ain’t Good.” The free download is available now through midnight on Memorial Day at www.hankjr.com. “I have the most loyal fans and that’s what make my job so easy,” Williams said. “I only do 20-25 shows a year and my fans love the music. The best way to celebrate with them is to offer a free download of my new single this holiday weekend.”
“That Ain’t Good” is from “Old School, New Rules”, the first album on Hank Williams, Jr.’s new label imprint, Bocephus Records, with a licensing deal with Blaster Records under a Warner Music Nashville distribution deal. The entire twelve-song package, which is also available for pre-sale now at www.hankjr.com, is set for a July 10th release. It includes a duet with Brad Paisley on “I’m Gonna Get Drunk And Play Hank Williams” as well as a new duet with the legendary Merle Haggard on his classic “I Think I’ll Just Sit Here and Drink.”A new music video for “That Ain’t Good” is currently in production
For more information, please visit www.hankjr.com or visit Hank Williams, Jr.’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HankJr.
One day in the future the major stars will give one of their songs to Wildhorse  Entertainment for free download to their fans, the time will come. Hank is now offering one free song but only for one weekend. To celebrate his 1 million “Likes”  on Facebook his is offering a free download of new single, “That Ain’t Good” during Memorial Day weekend. We at WHISNews21 recommend you go and download the free song as it is still free and free is free, even if it is just a promotional stunt to get you to buy the new CD. You will still get a free song from a country music legend and Superstar for F/R/E/E, WOWEE…

No Comments to 1,000,000,000 Likes Hank Williams Jr on Facebook

  1. I am wondering how any artist can have more than 5000 friends on Facebook as that is the limit as set by Facebook ..???

    • Matt I am not a big fan of Facebook but I think that you are only allowed 5000 friends at a time, but there is no limit to the amounts of “Likes” you can have. Strange but perhaps true?