Iconic, tormented singer-songwriter Hank Williams emerged from the local Alabama music scene after World War II. His wife Audrey was desperate to sing by his side despite being of lesser talent, which fueled an extremely turbulent home life. But Williams' ability to write songs covering a wide range of emotions, using his own personal troubles as inspiration, became the essence of country music. In the end, he realized his dreams: hit records, a place on Nashville's prestigious stage and radio show the Grand Ole Opry and even guest spots on the then-new medium of TV.
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