Keeping with tradition, and arguably the closest likeness to Hank Williams, Sr. on the face of the earth; meet Jake Penrod. His music is just about as true as it gets; inspired by the deepest feelings we all share, and his songs are about real people, and for real people. Born in Tyler, Texas, on April 28, 1985, he grew up hearing his parents' records of Hank Williams, Ray Price, Webb Pierce
and many other legendary Country singers. He has performed in the Off-Broadway play "Hank Williams: Lost Highway" and wrote "Hank Williams Remembered," his one-man show depicting the life of Country Music's first superstar. Aside from his ability to eerily recreate a Hank Williams performance, Penrod is also a prolific songwriter and composer who has written more than 150 country songs, three instrumentals for steel guitar, and two marches for wind band. He plays a total of thirteen instruments and prides himself on being an audiophile, with a collection of several hundred records including many obscure titles from singers, both famous and forgotten.
He is proficient on piano, organ, trumpet, guitar, harmonica, fiddle, mandolin, lap steel, pedal steel, ukulele, accordion, banjo, bass guitar/upright.
1. Happy Rovin' Cowboy
2. I'm Not Coming Home Anymore
3. Mansion On The Hill
4. Calling You
5. Never Again (Will I Knock On Your Door)
6. Move It On Over
7. Honky Tonk Blues
8. Lovesick Blues
9. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)
10. Hey, Good Lookin'
11. I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'
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