Young Hank Williams Jr. Plays “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” On The Banjo
A glimpse at Hank Williams Jr.’s banjo skill is not something you get to see every day. We are used to the outlaw country-singing, sunglass-wearing, bearded cowboy that Hank Jr. has become.
A more tailored Hank Jr. played an impressive cover of “Foggy Mountain Breakdown,” which is one of the most famous bluegrass songs of all time, while appearing on “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” was first written and recorded in 1949 by Earl Scruggs, and was used in the 1967 movie classic, Bonnie and Clyde.
Most younger fans haven’t seen his live banjo playing, and boy is it a sight to see. Even though playing the banjo is one of his lesser-known talents to current fans, it is safe to say that he certainly mastered the art at a very young age. It is so awesome to see such a different side to this country music legend!
Take a look at this rare and impressive performance from Hank Jr. below. We promise y’all will be blown away by his banjo skills!