Hank Williams Museum
118 Commerce Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
9 am - 6 pm (June 1-Aug 31)
9 am-4:30pm (Sept-May)
10:00am - 4:00pm
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Call for holiday schedule such as MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY
ALWAYS CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY, JULY 4th, THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY (DEC 24, 25)
ALWAYS OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY UNTIL 1:00 PM
$10.00 - Ages 15 & UP
$3.00 - Ages 3 - 14
We offer group rates upon request AAA and Military Discounts
Coming January 14, 2017! Jim Glaser and Bobby Tomberlin in concert at the Hank Williams Museum Music theater. Tickets can be purchased by mailing your check or money order to Hank Williams Museum, 118 Commerce Street, Montgomery, AL 36104. $20.00 each. Special second row seating can be purchased: table of 6 people for $150, table of 4 $125, table of 3 for $100 and table of 2 $75. Only 4 more of these spaces available so first come first serve. Show time 7Pm. Concessions available. Tour of the Hank Williams Museum included in price of admission.
REMEMBERING Hank's 93rd Birthday Bash September 17, 2016. Click link below to read powerful words from Hank's niece Irene.
REMEMBERING Hank Williams Birthday Bash-September 19, 2015
We had a great band this year and I am truly thankful for the participation from Arty Hill (Maryland) on Lead Guitar, Jeremy Drawbaugh (Alabama) on Steel, Susanne Woolley (Oklahoma) on Fiddle, Vinny D’Amico (Georgia) on acoustic, Deb Berlinger (Florida) on drums and Mark Patton (Florida) on Upright Bass.
Some of our featured artists (Arty Hill, Vinny D’Amico & Mark Patton) were in Hank’s Band but we had a great line-up of guests. Karen Collins from Baltimore is a Sweetheart with one of the most soulful voices you will ever hear! Mary McDonald from Stonewall, Oklahoma was on the show and she too, has a wonderful voice. Mary Battiata is from Maryland and her first time here! Beth Cooper, from Montgomery but has a personality as big as Texas. Another Montgomery native is Andy Norman! Andy is probably one of the best male vocalists and musicians in the business. Andy has one of those exceptional voices whether he’s doing Hank, Elvis, Merle or even Frank Sinatra! Others on the program and always a crowd pleaser included; Karo, Tyler Jones, Pete Loper, Brad Magness and Tammy Sue, Gaynell Moore, The Sheppard Family, John Andrew Schuffert, Angie Blackwell, and TJ Bohannon. Jeff Petty handled the MC duties as well as entertaining the crowd with his vocals! Jeff does a great job – one of the true “Honky-Tonk Singers”.
Inspiring, loving, friends who have touched our lives in more ways than we can count, Woodie and Becky Hill from Maysville, Oklahoma were on hand to organize the music program. These two give so much of themselves without asking anything in return. No words can express what their friendship and support of the Hank Williams Museum has meant to us. Thank you!
Thank you to ALL involved in the festivities this year.
David Ball show on March 21 2015. This was an awesome honky tonk country music show! Thanks to all the fans who came out to support live country music!
The 2nd Hank Williams Museum Songwriters Group-Nov 6-9, 2014.
Pictured on front row L-R-Arty Hill, Bill LaBounty, Jan Howard, Bobby Tomberlin; middle section- L-R-Billy Williamson, Tyler Jones, John Miller, Beverly Davis, Molly, Jeanne Marie & Joel Freer, Gaynell Moore, Becky Hill, Beckie Foster (wife of Bill LaBounty), Nathan Robinson, Woodie Hill, Beth Petty; top row-L-R-Darrell Jackson, Rachael Wilson, Katie Bloom, Rick Henderson, Sally Dickens, Ron Harman & Jeff Petty (not pictured Mr. Jimmy Brock)
Country artist Joey Allcorn announced the release of an album that will salute the legendary Hank Williams and raise money for the Hank Williams Museum. He is joined on the project by other artists who are avid Hank Williams fans and supporters of the museum, including Jake Penrod, Rachel Brooke, David Church, Arty Hill, Andy Norman, and Bobby Tomberlin.
Unlike other Hank Williams tribute recordings, this one does not feature any covers of Williams’ classic songs. Instead, it focuses on the mystery, the intrigue, and even the aura surrounding his untimely death. Such important figures as Charles Carr, Hank’s driver on the night he died, and Braxton Schuffert, one of Hank’s earliest musical heroes, both of whom recently passed away, are a part of the musical story.
Among the songs included are “The Death of Hank Williams,” the first Hank Williams tribute song ever released, “Death is Only a Dream,” Hank’s favorite song according to a 1952 Country Song Roundup interview, and “Midnight,” the last song Hank Williams ever sang while traveling to Canton, Ohio, on December 31, 1952. “I've wanted to do a project like this for a long time in order to bring back some of these songs that exist in Hank Williams lore that a lot of his fans might not be very familiar with,” Allcorn says.
The album named "Midnight" is available exclusively from the Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery, Alabama. All proceeds from its sale will go directly to the museum and play a role in keeping the world’s largest Hank Williams collection available for his many fans to enjoy for years to come.